‘Social Innovation’ Category

Social Innovation

From the Nature to Social Change

When thinking about invention, technology and social change, we cannot go past William Kamkwamba, a Malawian boy who invented a windmill even though he never completed school due to his family’s financial constraint. The Will I believe that every successful social innovation begins with a will to change the world – a dream so big no one around you don’t [...]

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Social Innovation, Technology

Technology, Invention & Social Change

Thinking Internet Beyond a Web of Connected Computers About thirteen years ago, youth suicide in Australia was one of the highest in developed countries. At this time, there was something known as the “internet” coming, and Jack Heath, at that time a speech writer for then Prime Minister Paul Keating, was in a meeting with Microsoft and heard about it [...]

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