Hackathon: Making the SHIFT in Belarus

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Filed under: Development 2.0 Governance Social innovation

It’s exciting to be living in a world where groundbreaking technology, open communication, and fantastic scientific discoveries, can converge to create something revolutionary. From Silicon Valley to Singapore, from complex emergencies to governance, innovative approaches are changing the way we do business; and the best innovations are the ones that come from the people themselves…. Read more »

Minding the gap: Georgia takes a page from UK’s innovation guidebook

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Filed under: Development 2.0 Guest posts Social innovation

From county councils to government departments, institutions in the UK are thinking more and more about how to develop innovative solutions to the key problems faced by their citizens. Increased fiscal pressures and heightened citizen expectations means doing more with less. The conventional stereotype of a public servant being resistant to innovation and prone to… Read more »