The following resources were developed for the Wayfinder from thought leaders in the field on the future of social innovation.
Geoff Mulgan of Nesta gives an overview of what was achieved over the last decade in the field of social innovation, what’s missing, and what might be 10 priorities for the decade ahead, in what is likely to be a much less favourable political climate in many countries.
The following is a visual culmination of the voices, ideas, insights and experiences contributed before, during and after the SIX Wayfinder, documenting the journey of social innovation in the past 10 years and our road ahead for the next 10.
Jordan Junge of SIX highlights some of the key questions for the future that came out of the 2017 Wayfinder.
Chris Sigaloff, formerly of Kennisland, reflects on the past ten years of social innovation and where the field should go next - opposing right-wing political movements.
Author Charlie Leadbeater summed up the SIX Wayfinder with six things that social innovation can offer to the future:
A rapid story from around the world and across the field: Francesca Bria, Chief Technology and Digital Innovation Officer, Barcelona City reflects on the future of digital social innovation.
Ezio Manzini and Victor Margolin of DESIS penned an open letter to the design community to stand up for democracy following the SIX Wayfinder.
Martin Stewart-Weeks reflects if social innovation amounts to anything and the two messages for the future of the field from the London Wayfinder.
What values guide the field of social innovation?