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Samagra: A holistic look at social innovation
Samagra, an international conference on technology, sustainability and social innovation hosted by the Melton Foundation at its partner university BMS in Bangalore, explored technology's emerging role in steering the society towards inclusion…...more »
Social innovation, Indian style
Senior Fellow Alafia Stewart reflects on her experience attending the Social Innovation Exchange Summer School in Mumbai, India, last November....more »
Pasand: A journey towards gender equality
In October, Melton Fellow Neli Blum joined a small team of young and passionate ladies that are dedicated to work towards a gender equal society in India. ...more »
Melton Fellow meets former President of Nigeria
As a proud citizen of Nigeria, I had always wished for an opportunity to speak with President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. My curiosity as a global citizen coupled with my interest…...more »
This Melton Fellow is meeting refugees halfway
Many people feel powerless as they watch a human catastrophe such as the European refugee crisis unfold. But not Melton Fellow Leo Schwarz. Leo decided he could not sit idle while so many…...more »
Learning to Talk Trash in New Longoro
MF Executive Director Winthrop Carty explains what he learned about co-design when working together with a community in Ghana to solve their trash problem....more »
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