Youth Venture Celebrates 15 Young Social Innovators and Entrepreneurs

With an aim to provide a solution to the problem of both unemployment and the lack of sustainability in the entrepreneurship sector, Ashoka’s Youth Venture selected its cohort of 15 young social innovators and entrepreneurs, within the age group of 12 to 24.

Ashoka Fellowship adds 17 Social Entrepreneurs

Ashoka: Innovators for the Public formally inducted 17 new Ashoka Fellows in India. Ranging from education to health to the environment, these social entrepreneurs have pioneered game-changing and scalable innovations.

President Pranab Mukherjee Congratulates 17 Ashoka Fellows

On the occasion of the selection of 17 new Ashoka Fellows, the President met the delegation led by Ashoka Fellow and Magsaysay Award Winner 2015 Anshu Gupta in the capital.

We Indians are entrepreneurs by nature-Ashoka Fellow Anshu Gupta

A conversation with Anshu Gupta, founder of Goonj and a Magsaysay Award winner for 2015, on the occasion of the Changemaker Week in Bangalore by Ashoka India.

Nourishing Schools: Young Changemakers for Better Nutrition

A unique “Nutrition Toolkit” aims to empower schoolchildren to take charge of their own nutrition and that of their communities.
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Submitted by M-R on Mon, April 11, 2016
BANGALORE, April 11, 2015 – Ashoka: Innovators for the Public formally elected five new Ashoka Fellows in India. These social entrepreneurs have pioneered game-changing and scalable innovations. The rigour of the Ashoka selection process is the gold standard for the social...

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Submitted by Prollins on Tue, April 26, 2016
The Ashoka India Changemaker Schools Network had a productive and insightful discussion about EACH in education prior to the arrival of Bill Drayton on Friday!         Thursday afternoon was set aside to re-connect with our CMS...
Submitted by Prollins on Tue, April 26, 2016
  At Uday, the children did village surveys and found out how much money has been spent on tobacco over a period of a year. These results were then shared with the Panchayat thereby revealing clearly the amount the people there were spending on an activity that is...
Submitted by Prollins on Tue, February 23, 2016
Check out this blog written by a student from Head Start Learning Center which addresses how, through leading discussions focusing on challenging social issues, she was able to help bring about a more open and empathetic environment for her fellow classmates!...

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In its short-sighted approach, the media conveniently blamed locals without questioning the forest department and govt policies
India has seen a big decrease in the number of full-time child workers over the past decade, but a Nobel Prize-winning rescuer of working kids says loopholes in new legislation could make exploitation easier.
Around 200 delegates attend the 18th edition of Association World Congress

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