Catalyst 2030's
Catalysing Change Week

Reimagining Social Entrepreneurship in the Islamic World

Core to our humanity is problem solving and critical thinking. That is how we evolved and survived. This means that each human being is essentially a social entrepreneur, identifying challenges and developing solutions. Civilizations and cultures throughout history...

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Gamification as an Educational Stimulator for System Change

Gamification in education can improve motivation and engagement. Games for sustainability, which drive change globally, from the beginning of our lives, human beings discover the world through play and games, activities that favor brain development and do not...

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An ecosystem of responsible innovation

Participants will learn about how a government-steered ecosystem can help alleviate and prevent poverty in Hong Kong through social innovation. Various speakers will share how they have played different roles in making this ecosystem grow over the last 10 years. The...

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Who is responsible for quality education in India?

Civil society and governments can do so much. When talking about change in a country as large as India in terms of population, need and diversity, we need all hands on deck. This session focuses on identifying stakeholders that are beyond governments, schools,...

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The Complex as a Developmental Unit

A complex is a unit that is a self-thriving ecosystem led by the community. As seen with the school complexes with Adhyayan's work with the Systemic School Improvement Programme in Goa, this unit can be transformational. This session is aimed at bringing to light the...

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What does Systemic Change look like in a remote region?

Systemic change is multidimensional in itself but with an addition of an aspect of access and remoteness, the lens completely shifts. This session will share with you stories from Adhyayan's work towards systemic school improvement in the two northeastern states of...

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