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Season’s Greetings and what to expect next!
SIX Updates

Season’s Greetings and what to expect next!

2019 has been an unsettling year. For citizens all over the world, for the social innovation movement, and for SIX, where we have had our own organi…
SIX
20 December 2019
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Hope is the consequence of action
Social Innovation

Hope is the consequence of action

“Hope is more the consequence of action than its cause. As the experience of the spectator favours fatalism, so the experience of the agent produc…
SIX
16 December 2019
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Monthly round-up: technology in uniting society, making impactful change, changing making in today's climate of crisis and much more!
Reading Recommendations

Monthly round-up: technology in uniting society, making impactful change, changing making in today's climate of crisis and much more!

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 chan…
SIX
6 November 2019
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Social enterprise is not social change, when women map the world, happiness & more!
Reading recommendations

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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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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How human connections can form a solid foundation for social change- Lessons for the Unusual Suspects Festival
Citizen Participation

How human connections can form a solid foundation for social change- Lessons for the Unusual Suspects Festival

At times it seems no wonder that social isolation and loneliness are on the increase. Quite frankly it’s tough out there, with rising inequalities…
17 May 2017Duncan Collins-Adams
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Sanitary pads, social media, and Seoul
Health

Sanitary pads, social media, and Seoul

SIX asked our Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) secondee, Jinhwa Park, to share Seoul's cross-sector approach to improving equal access to health…
21 September 2016Jinhwa Park
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Stories of Change: How Colalife is working with mothers to co-create diarrhoea kits for children
Collaboration

Stories of Change: How Colalife is working with mothers to co-create diarrhoea kits for children

At SIX we think it is important to tell stories where social innovation has impacted people’s lives for the better. Our Stories of Change series t…
7 June 2016Lorna Reed
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Do Not Feed the Rumor: How Amadora City Council is challenging stereotypes against immigrants
Education

Do Not Feed the Rumor: How Amadora City Council is challenging stereotypes against immigrants

The Amadora City Council launched a campaign "Do not feed the rumor" with the goal of demystifying rumours and prejudice against the immigrant commu…
20 May 2016SIE
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