Something marvellous! A large group of students form different degrees in our University were able to generate innovative ideas to solve social problems.
With the heading: How to prevent the elderly from feeling lonely, more than 40 students thought of real solutions for a collective that, in 2050, will include 2,000 million people in the whole world.
This year, the activity is part of a global initiative: World Creativity and Innovation Week (WCIW). From its foundation in 2001 in Canada, people from more than 50 countries in companies, schools, associations, organisations, communities and homes have celebrated this week every year.
WCIW propitiates a moment to encourage people to use their creativity, to make the world a better place and to also improve their place in the world.
If you attended the Valencia Thinking Challenge tell us what you thought. Next year it will happen again and maybe we can improve!