When we look at the rising generation of social entrepreneurs in Europe, we are observing a shift – entrepreneurs are focused less on solving problems for beneficiaries, known as 'heropreneurship', and more on equipping those most affected by an issue to build solutions themselves.

Social impact no longer looks like top-down decision-making – there must be significant, measurable participation from those affected by the issues at hand.

These changes are apparent when looking at the work of Ashoka’s newest social innovators in Europe, who are leading impact in fields as wide-ranging as climate justice, human rights and technology.

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