Our solutions-focused approach to social change helps people create a vision of their desired future. This process involves key players from organizations or communities and leads to changes as swiftly as possible. It focuses people’s attention to their skills, strengths, resources, contributions and ambitions /instead of diagnosing the problem, discovering the causes and addressing the weaknesses/. The solution-focused approach, developed within the Solution-Focused Brief Therapy by Steve de Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg in the late 1970s, today, is a mindset that can be used in any context when working with people. Key elements of this approach are: finding out what is working already /rather than what is going wrong/; finding what doesn’t work and doing something different; looking into the future and working with a vision /rather than looking back and analyzing the past/; taking small steps towards the goal and celebrating every achievement.