We had a total of 115 amazing ideas submitted to the Social Innovation Camp, December 2008.
The Social Innovation Camp judges then chose the following six ideas to come to our Social Innovation Camp weekend, 5th-7th December 2008, together with one project, Carbon Co-op, selected by public vote.
From 5th-7th December 2008, we brought together 80 talented developers, designers and social needs experts, along with those with business, marketing and legal expertise to prove the potential these ideas had to become fully-fledged social start-ups. You can see what they created below.
Below are all the rest of the ‘open’ ideas we received from our call for ideas:
Campaign to end ugly work space
CCTV citizen circuits: Take it viral!
Chat with pictures
CIRCLE: Computer Internet related Communicative learning of English
Continuing Care: A web based approach to support frail elderly people in their homes
Edited electoral roll flash campaign
Eyes on the Amazon
Free & Equal
Give me a break
Globe to the rescue!
IDA (Interface digital para autonomia)
Nation’s top 1000 employers, as rated by 14-year olds
New testament of map reading
One Click Organisations
Open source free recycling network
Prepare to die
Save the Jet ski
Seeing is believing
Share care in the 21st century
Share Home: The co-owned care home
Share my classroom
Spin the Planets Interactive Network (SPIN)
Smarter Charity: Helping the UK donate more effectively
‘Take Action’ Button
The diaspora gives back
The Tool Shed
Virtual Reality Giving
Welcome to the UK
Youth empowerment and participation in tourism