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Work Movement is an international community of university students, scientists, engineers, economists, scholars and people from all walks of life who work together by contributing and developing technology and social innovation ideas to collectively solve social problems around the world.
The two primary activities of Work Movement are technology development and social innovation. Besides, Work Movement also functions as a catalyst for the efforts of governments, research institutes and commercial companies concerning technology innovation and social development. In an interview at Cocoon, Hong Kong based organization that supports entrepreneurs, Co-Chair of Work Movement, Paramjeev Singh Sethi  cited organization's mission as 'equally dedicated to bringing about positive social impact to the community, as well as guiding international institutions their way to contribute whilst expanding businesses'. They also conduct research on social impact and foreign policy.
Work Movement Social Innovation process
- Crowd source new social innovation idea
- Screen the idea based on social impact and market potential
- Perform feasibility test and strategic planning
- Bring for public use market through technology licensing, commercialization) or sales
Work Movement Social Innovation areas
- Work Employment: job creation, professional training, economic development, co-operative
- Education: primary education, elementary education, orphans education, rural education,
- Women Empowerment: women education, women healthcare, women employment, women professional training
- Environment: farming, agriculture, ecology, environment sustainability, renewable energy, air, water, wind
Work Movement Technology development process
- Crowd source new technology idea
- Screen the idea based on social impact, market potential and patentability
- Enforce patents through (prior art research, freedom to operate and patent filing)
- Bring to for public use through technology licensing, commercialization) or sales
Work Movement Technology development areas
- Computer Science: semiconductors, affordable technology, mobile, communication, education equipment, electronics, telecom, nanotechnology
- Life Science: healthcare, biotechnology, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, vaccination, immunology
- Social Innovation and equality through social impact projects such as teaching classes for orphan children in Mexico, underprivileged children in China, and producing a feature film that helps to psychologically uplift orphan girls in India, Coopist.org, and similar projects.
Work Movement Projects
- Corazón De Vida Orphanage, Tijuana, Mexico
- St. Catherine's Home Orphanage, Mumbai, India 
- Solar Water Pump, Sitapur, India
- Sign Language Center for hearing & speech disabled, Hong Kong
- Coopist.org 
Roots&Choice is the research services division on Work Movement. Roots&Choice primary activities include research in patents & technology and research in children education & sustainability.
- Open Source
- Crowd Source
- Social equality
- International politics
- Think tank
- Economic equality
- Income inequality
- Technology transfer
- Intellectual property
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- Coopist Collaborators. Coopist Collaborators. Retrieved on 2014-01-08.
- Roots&Choice official website. Roots&Choice. Retrieved on 2014-01-08.