Best Ideas 2019 features all the nominated entries submitted under ‘Submit your Idea’ category. All the entries consist of innovative solutions or propositions for an enterprise that champions the Sustainable Development Goals. They can be on the conceptual, planning, or start-up stage.
Explain your idea in details:
Would you know how to correctly answer how the expenses of your municipality were chosen? Do you feel represented in the government decisions of your country? In Brazil 94% of Brazilians do not feel represented by their rulers, Brazil is also the 5th most ignorant country in the world, this means that its citizens can not answer questions correctly about their country. And this reality is not only Brazilian, the numbers of distrust in governments has been growing around the globe. After all, how can we trust his government when we do not see ourselves represented and do not understand the situation in which our country is? Elior Ostrom, the only woman to win the Nobel Prize in economics, has proven through a series of arguments that small, participatory communities often succeed in having more efficient and sustainable governance. With that in mind, we develop FRANCO. Franco is committed to being a web interface for transparency of data, expenses and investments. We gathered public data and other institutions interested in the disclosure. On the same platform. So easily through your computer or cell phone you can understand and research the situation of your state or city, have a source of data for reporting or public policy decisions. But Franco does not depend solely on the search for information. Franco contains a number of automations that allow educational and employment opportunities to be identified and displayed on your phone. Also being possible to receive other alerts of votes, possible diversions of money and reports. Depending on your profile and registered interests. We promote the democratization of access to public data and the actions promoted by the state, as we believe that it is with all of us that we will make the best decisions in civic issues.
Expected impact of your idea on sustainable development
Garrett Hardin's 1968 scientific paper, Tragedy of the Commons, argues that commons are destined to destroy the balance of the ecosystem in which we live. For we seek to benefit the individual over the collective prejudice. After that, Elios Ostrom, who was the first Nobel Prize-winning woman in economics, successfully demonstrated that the tragedy of the commons can be resolved. Their arguments are based on small communities that acting collectively, understanding sources of resources and seeking common solutions, generate efficient and sustainable forms of government. Franco comes in to give this autonomy and knowledge. We promote a democratization of access to information and actions promoted by the state, because we believe that it is with everything we take as the best initiatives on civic issues that guarantee us sustainable development.
Plans for implementation and sustainability
At an early stage fundraising would come by crowfunding. The project does not require a large amount of money to save, only to be created. From there the fundraising would be via public notice in partnership with publics and / or companies that would be promoting the dissemination of opportunities on the platform. This acquired verb is only for platform disclosure, periodic maintenance and as teams. You can see our business model at this link: http://image.vip.belezanaweb.com.br/lib/fe9b12707464017e70/m/4/fc762d07-46a9-475f-b821-9284afb52643.jpg
My name is Gabrielle I am 19 years old I am a student of science and technology at the Federal University of ABC. Like many of my colleagues, I am the first in my family to join a university. And that was thanks to a very large support from the women in my family. Although my grandmother only learned to read and write at the age of 50 and my mother stopped school because of her pregnancy, they always encouraged me a lot. My family's teachings about solidarity and indignation in the face of injustice have also been essential to the person I am. I don't remember sometime not getting involved in social activities. When I was younger and lived on the coast I gave tutoring and commonly cleaned the beaches because sustainability was one of the most important subjects taught in school. When I moved to the big city, inequality was even more disparate. Teaching was precarious, and it went a long way to university. So I took the opportunity I had, worked in the largest social organizations in my state, participated in social impact training CHOICE and Artemisa (largest university network engaged in the dissemination of the concept of social impact business in Brazil), managed from Education NGOs (Sowing Education, Imagine). And today I see a more sustainable and fair future with good public policies, that is why i chose my project franco.