Labs for designing, developing, trying, and re-trying new interventions are growing across Canada. Only five years ago, there were three. Now there are more than 60. Their proliferation means that they are gaining the social licence, and that their approaches are gaining traction.
Peter MacLeod, principal and founder of MASS LBP, Canada’s home for democratic innovation, on how milestones like the 150th can teach us not-so-obvious things that help us unleash our social imagination in order to address some of the country's most pressing challenges.
Movements are demonstrating a well-deserved place in creating change. The next decade of social impact will consist of countless micro-movements. Knowing what makes them tick can give you insights to mobilize people for causes you care about.