This section contains links and references (projects, toolkits, articles and other materials) to online resources external to the world of SIC but that can be useful for you to learn more on the following: SI processes, solutions, and best practices.

This section will be continuously updated, thanks to the work of SIC partners who will scout, analyse and publish new contents relevant for social innovation.

DIY is a tool kit especially designed for development practitioners to invent, adopt, or adapt ideas that can deliver better results.


Share To Know project, a resource for peer-to-peer learning. The project aims to test and develop approaches towards non-formal learning experiences that will enable young people who are furthest from the labour market to access training, development and employ ment opportunities.


The Young Academy publush the report on social investment in education. The report highlighted the need for a programme that enabled early-stage social enterprises working in the education sector to:

    • increase their business capacity;
    • access risk capital to allow them to scale their impact; and, as a result;

    raise the attainment of disadvantaged young people.

We Rise is an open repository of tools for use in your own movement building work. Each tool you added as you explored We Rise is below, organized by Movement Building Cycle. You can view, download, share or remove them. It also makes available HERE where to have the experience of movement building journeys.

SIRCLE is a website where to find a large list of learning materials developed during the project to the theme of Social Innovation for Resilient Communities.