Issue:Human Rights

Braigo Labs

By: Shubham Banerjee

Access to assistive technology is a precondition for achieving equal opportunities, enjoying human rights and living in dignity. I believe technology should help us make our lives easier and not become a burden due to high costs.


Safe Ride

By: Allan Maman

Distracted driving is a dangerous epidemic on America’s roadways — most especially a widespread problem for teens and young adults. Safe Ride is a mobile application that allows users to focus on driving by letting the application respond for them.


Bright Snacks

By: Suen Hee Kim

Only about 1 in every 10 Americans eats what their body needs. That's why I started my company, Bright Snacks -- packed with nutritious ingredients that provide energy, fiber and protein, these little snacks are sure to brighten your day!


why we're swimming for obstetric fistula

By: ChaCha Team

We're 16 years old -- our lives are just starting -- but for other young women the same age, their lives are all but over. Learn why 8 of us are swam across the Channel to raise funds for a devastating condition called obstetric fistula.


By: Sade Ried

For many reasons, the attainment of STEM skills are especially hard for African American students to acquire. Join me in breaking down "stereotype threats" and creating a movement of peer-tutoring options!


By: Sophia Fulton

Entrepreneurship is a necessary life tool for teens because it helps young people explore what their passions are and ultimately how they can serve others. I have an online publication profiling teen entrepreneurs, maybe you're next?



By: Samir Goel

Food loss and waste in the USA accounts for approximately 31 percent — or 133 billion pounds — of the overall food supply available to retailers and consumers, and has far-reaching impacts on food security, resource conservation, and climate change.

Drive Change

By: Jordyn Lexton

Drive Change turns red lights "green" by offering formerly incarcerated youth paid fellowships, teaching them transferable skills and preparing for re-entry to society through mentorship.



By: Natalie Price

With no treatment or cure for dementia presently available, I have developed an alternative to expensive monitoring solutions to help prevent the problem of wandering.

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