Social Innovation Camp: What's Your Big Problem?

Lori Halley 18 September 2008 0 comments

Social Innovation Camp — “an experiment in using social technology for social change” — will be bringing together some of the UK’s best software developers and designers with social innovators, for one weekend in December. Looking for new ways to use technology to create positive social change, they're calling for your ideas:

What are the big problems we can solve by starting small?

Send us your idea for a web tool to create social change and you could be joining 80 other participants to try and make your idea a reality.

To find out more about Social Innovation Camp and the sort of ideas they’re looking for, see the ideas criteria and examples, or check out the projects and winners from the  last Social Innovation Camp in April 2008.  Submissions for this round will be accepted until Friday, 7th November 2008.

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Published Thursday, 18 September 2008 at 12:45 AM

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