This month, we've been reading about the impact of technology in bridging the gaps in society, the different ways in which corporations need to change to make a real impact, as well as what change-making looks like in today's climate.
Technology in uniting society
Taiwan has been blending technology with politics to create a new way of making decisions. And with certain limits, it has found consensus where none seemed to exist.
A new platform has been launched by the EU. Interreg project ENISIE has been created to serve as a bridge between all the realities in the Mediterranean area operating in the fields of innovation and social innovation.
Making impactful change
The Guardian will deepen and expand coverage on the environment, giving greater prominence to the climate emergency and acknowledging the importance of the language when reporting on the climate.
Written by SIX's board and SIX 100 member, Geoff Mulgan, this article discusses citizen action on climate change and the growing need to place social innovation into the narrative of change.
Changing making in today's climate of crisis
Sophie Monaghan-Coombs: Santiago Under Siege
How has Santiago, Chile – Latin America’s most prosperous and law-abiding country – come to a state of emergency after riots across the city?
A recent study looks back to the history of protests and democracy and argues against those who blame less-educated members of the working classes for democratic backlash.
In October the movie adaptation of a bestselling novel, which triggered a fierce sexism battle in South Korea, was released. The book became a bestseller in neighbouring Japan, China and Taiwan.
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