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What’s coming up in 2018?
2018

What’s coming up in 2018?

Building on from 2017, we will continue to build our work and share knowledge, create and nurture relationships, and set a direction for the field.…
SIX
16 January 2018
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Five ways urban design can spur inclusive growth
Cities

Five ways urban design can spur inclusive growth

Every week, 1.5million people move to the city. By 2030, some 60% of the world’s population will live in urban areas. Yet while cities drive econo…
20 October 2017Apolitical
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Weekly Round-up - Mapping Europe’s moving population, the world’s first tech-ambassador, how system change relates to rock ‘n’ roll & more!
Environment

Weekly Round-up - Mapping Europe’s moving population, the world’s first tech-ambassador, how system change relates to rock ‘n’ roll & 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
9 October 2017
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Can a trash can reveal a community’s values?
Cities

Can a trash can reveal a community’s values?

What can the U.S. learn from Copenhagen about designing public spaces to foster healthier, more inclusive communities? One of the most striking cul…
Global Council
3 October 2017Karabi Acharya for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
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Follow Our Movement- Reflections following the Rethink Activism Festival in Aarhus
Cities

Follow Our Movement- Reflections following the Rethink Activism Festival in Aarhus

‘No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main’ John Donne ‘I’ve realised that since bein…
26 September 2017Duncan Collins-Adams
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Promoting social enterprise financing
Finance

Promoting social enterprise financing

Social enterprises stand behind some of the most fascinating social innovations in Europe in recent years. Many compelling cases from all over the c…
14 July 2016SIE
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Improving the conditions of social enterprises in Denmark: Insights from Charlotte Holmer Kaufmanas
Tools

Improving the conditions of social enterprises in Denmark: Insights from Charlotte Holmer Kaufmanas

In 2014, the Danish government decided to establish the National Centre for Social Enterprises with the purpose of creating more and better social e…
26 April 2016Danish Technological Institute
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Nordic Cities Beyond Digital Disruption - a new way to develop vibrant and smart cities
Article

Nordic Cities Beyond Digital Disruption - a new way to develop vibrant and smart cities

URBAN DEVELOPMENT is not the same as it used to be. In many cities in the Western world, urbanisation continues, while compromising on a building st…
5 April 2016Demos Helsinki and KTH CESC
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The Unusual Suspects Festival: What's the future of social enterprise in Denmark and the UK?
Collaboration

The Unusual Suspects Festival: What's the future of social enterprise in Denmark and the UK?

On 7-9 October, SIX curated the 2015 Unusual Suspects Festival in Glasgow. Working together with a wide range of local hosts, the event brought toge…
22 October 2015Mathias Bruhn Lohmann
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Public school system reform in Denmark: Claus Hjortdal on the 'Open School'
Collaboration

Public school system reform in Denmark: Claus Hjortdal on the 'Open School'

Claus Hjortdal is the chairman of the Danish Association of School Leaders and gives his perspectives on the opportunities and challenges associated…
8 September 2015Social Innovation Europe
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