Calls for change swept in by the Arab Spring neither happened overnight, nor did they take place in a vacuum. As well as political, triggers for change are also economic and social. At Ashoka’s Arab World based in Egypt (including 64 Fellows in seven Middle-East and North African (MENA) countries with a combined population over seven million people) we’ve seen a 30 percent increase in the number of aspiring social innovators coming to us with new ideas for how to make positive and systemic social impact.
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