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How does the agency for social innovation arise? Enabling social innovation capacity in Thailand and Myanmar
SEASIN

How does the agency for social innovation arise? Enabling social innovation capacity in Thailand and Myanmar

There is no people power in this country Participant during the social innovation workshop in Myanmar The above quote is rather representa…
SIX
10 April 2018Julie Munk & So Jung Rim
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Big data, challenge prizes, and philanthropy
Data for social good

Big data, challenge prizes, and philanthropy

Challenge prizes have been used to spur innovation for centuries, but have recently surged in use. This is due to a number of factors, including rec…
SIX
27 March 2018Jordan Junge & Kendra Schreiner
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Koreo Futures: Exploring the Future of Meaningful Work
Technology & Digital

Koreo Futures: Exploring the Future of Meaningful Work

The rise of emerging technologies are disrupting the current models of living, influencing the way we expose, share and communicate our daily lives.…
SIX
27 March 2018Megumi Koyama
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Social enterprise is not social change, when women map the world, happiness & more!
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Social enterprise is not social change, when women map the world, happiness & more!

Each week, the SIX team will be sharing their favourite pieces of reading. The content will be organised thematically, and each piece will tie to wo…
SIX
25 March 2018
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Aligning for Impact- a view from global foundations
Funders Node

Aligning for Impact- a view from global foundations

Introduction The challenges our societies face are growing in scale and complexity. No single organisation is able to solve these challenges alon…
SIX
23 March 2018
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The UK’s youngest city is trying to build itself a better future
Content Partnership

The UK’s youngest city is trying to build itself a better future

In 10 years, Bradford could stand as a shining example - or as a dire warning. On the fringes of the City of Bradford in Northern England, at…
Content Partner
21 March 2018Apolitical
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Ten articles to read on the future of inclusion in AI: Why AI matters in social innovation
Data for social good

Ten articles to read on the future of inclusion in AI: Why AI matters in social innovation

AI is already shaping the way people live and affecting day-to-day functions in society. It holds promises for social good, but also presents many c…
SIX
13 March 2018
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A modern case for regional collaboration, #MeToo, the paradoxical rise of one percent populism & more!
Reading Recommendations

A modern case for regional collaboration, #MeToo, the paradoxical rise of one percent populism & more!

Each week, the SIX team will be sharing their favourite pieces of reading. The content will be organised thematically, and each piece will tie to wo…
SIX
13 March 2018
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#WomensDay- SIX speaks with women who are pioneering and leading their fields
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#WomensDay- SIX speaks with women who are pioneering and leading their fields

As part of International Women's Day, SIX is is highlighting a number of brilliant, inspirational women who are leading and championing innovation i…
SIX
8 March 2018
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Global Networks: Strategies & learning with peers
Wasan Island Report

Global Networks: Strategies & learning with peers

Abstract Global Networks Networks are a powerful and growing vector for social change. Considering the complex nature of today’s global…
Global Council
26 February 2018
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The future of work in Africa, food poverty in the UK, embedding experimentation in government & more!
Reading Recommendations

The future of work in Africa, food poverty in the UK, embedding experimentation in government & more!

Each week, the SIX team will be sharing their favourite pieces of reading. The content will be organised thematically, and each piece will tie to wo…
SIX
20 February 2018
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Thousands of young people are using Minecraft to redesign their cities
Content partnership

Thousands of young people are using Minecraft to redesign their cities

Minecraft, the computer game that has no end goal and consists of simply playing with building blocks, is a global addiction: more than 50 million p…
Content Partner
16 February 2018Apolitical
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