Reduced Inequalities

SDG 10: Reduce inequality within and among countries

  Oftentimes those who recognize social differences do not know if they should  call people with vision disabilities “visually impaired” or “blind”, as both terms seem to reflect classification and put physical limitations on the spotlight. During the 2nd Youth Dialogue on “youth with disabilities”, hosted in support of exchange of opinions, the answer from […]

  In 2021, Youth Co:Lab adopted the theme of ‘Left No One Behind’. For UNDP, myriads of fissures which spread across the society need to be filled, and social innovation is the best answer to this gaping problem, as it requires participation from every member of the society, especially the creative and innovative contribution from […]

Youth Co:Lab Report 2017-2018 How important are social innovation and social entrepreneurship for youth and sustainable development? What happened in Youth Co:Lab in the past 2 years? What did we learn from it? What are the ideas and solutions created and what are their impact?   Let’s find out together! Along with the vision to […]

Hate Speech = Violence Are we unwittingly perpetuating violence? Violence is not only the product of hostile actions, but also hurtful words. A mere set of letters can incite violence whether they be face-to-face or online. Today we’re looking into hate speech. Whether intentional and unknowingly made, hate speech can leave hurt and bitterness that […]

Too Big to Handle Mexico City, the capital of Mexico, is a diverse place both geographically and socially. It is home to over 22 million people, and more than 50% are under 26 years old. The city’s population has grown from 3 million to 22 million people in less than 70 years. Because of this, […]

Wealthi aims to achieve “No Poverty” and “Reduced Inequalities” under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) through the financial inclusion. In 2016, Thai government has started a welfare program aiming to help the poor. More than 14 million people has signed up. One of the critical issues for the poverty trap is the inability of the […]

Ageing population becomes one of global issues. In Thailand, according to National Statistical Office, 17% of Thai population is elderly. Although 85% of elderly are literate, 61% are unemployed and 42% rely on their children’s money. Almost 20% stated that they want to get a job/work and one-third of them are still in debt at […]

To prepare for many challenges that will come in 2019, designers, innovators, activists, social entrepreneurs, and everyone can become part of change making and inventing new solutions that concern more about diversity. Thailand Social Innovation Platform is introducing examples of innovations that are interesting and inspiring social changes nowadays. 1. Starbucks has opened a new […]

“Actually, we are not the experienced but the pioneers. And what we are doing now concerns wasted food.” It’s the journey of SOS foundation, which develops itself in every step to become an organisation that reduces food waste that ends up in landfill. The foundation tries to understand the concept of wasted food or Surplus […]

“The best way to build awareness in society is to have a disabled friends. When we become friends, problems of the disabled become our friends’ problem” Pythagoras math problem might seem easy for normal children to understand, but it’s not easy for blind children because they don’t even understand what a triangle looks like. This […]

Inclusive Sustainable Development Goals addresses all three dimensions of sustainable development- environmental, economic and social. Disability is referenced in various parts of the 17 Goals specifically in education, growth, employment, inequality, data collection and monitoring. Goal 4 focuses on inclusive and equitable education and promotion of life-long learning opportunities for all, while Goal 8 promotes […]

Klong Dinsor has developed an educational tool to facilitate blind children’s learning process through art. The Lensen drawing kit is really simple: draw on a velcro-like board using a specially developed wool pen, which rolls out a yarn that gets stuck in the velcro. Kids are then able to feel the shape that they’ve just […]

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There are many innovation platforms all over the world. What makes Thailand Social Innovation Platform unique is that we have created a Thai platform fully dedicated to the SDGs, where social innovators in Thailand can access a unique eco system of entrepreneurs, corporations, start-ups, universities, foundations, non-profits, investors, etc. This platform thus seeks to strengthen the social innovation ecosystem in Thailand in order to better be able to achieve the SDGs. Even though a lot of great work within the field of social innovation in Thailand is already happening, the area lacks a central organizing entity that can successfully engage and unify the disparate social innovation initiatives taking place in the country.

This innovation platform guides you through innovative projects in Thailand, which address the SDGs. It furthermore presents how these projects are addressing the SDGs.

Aside from mapping cutting-edge innovation in Thailand, this platform aims to help businesses, entrepreneurs, governments, students, universities, investors and others to connect with new partners, projects and markets to foster more partnerships for the SDGs and a greener and fairer world by 2030.

The ultimate goal of the platform is to create a space for people and businesses in Thailand with an interest in social innovation to visit on a regular basis whether they are looking for inspiration, new partnerships, ideas for school projects, or something else.

We are constantly on the lookout for more outstanding social innovation projects in Thailand. Please help us out and submit your own or your favorite solutions here

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  • What are The Sustainable Development Goals?
  • UNDP and TSIP’s Principles Of Innovation
  • What are The Sustainable Development Goals?


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