How One Ashoka Fellow In Kolkata Is Helping The Homeless And The Mentally Ill
Homeless. Mentally ill. Living on the street. Filthy. Name forgotten. Family forgotten. Nearly naked. Muttering mysterious words. Lonely and lost. Sounds familiar? These are the people we see on the streets every day in our lives. But what do we feel for them? Repulsion? Fear? Mere ignorance...
This rural Maharashtra school set up a canteen to serve healthy snacks to prevent children from eating junk food
Run by students from Classes VIII, IX and X, the canteen serves healthy eats made by the kids too
Chethan Gowda: Decreasing Blood Shortages in a Populous Country
Struck by the absurdity of dying from a blood shortage in a country of 1.2B people, Chethan, then 16, began connecting people around one of life's essential liquids.
Martin Schulz besucht die Generationenbrücke Deutschland
Fellow Horst Krumbach im internationalen Austausch
Anshul Tewari Created India’s Largest Youth Media Platform at Age 17
Anshul Tewari was dismayed that cultural taboos are producing “a culture of silence that is pushing an entire generation away from changemaking.”
A Special Power for Migrants & Refugees
Migration is a giant tectonic force. One billion of the earth’s people have taken their lives in their hands and migrated: 244 million have moved to another country, and at least 66 million were forced to do so, with 21 million becoming international refugees. Most of this movement is hugely...