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Safety Pin: Uniting for Peaceful and Inclusive Communities

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. Safety Pin is an app for minorities and allies to use in order to keep themselves and their communities safe from bigotry and hate crimes. The app features: an alert butt

Free from Violence Strategy: Creative Policy Solutions to Ending Violence Against Children in Brazil

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. The “Free From Violence Strategy” prototype aims to assist the Federal Government, especially the National Secretariat for the Promotion of Children’s Rights (SNPDCA, acr

SuperGov: Empowering Citizens with Super Governance

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. SuperGov is a chatbot, which will be available on popular messaging platforms like Messenger and WhatsApp. Acting as a digital personal assistant, SuperGov will be availa

Smart Waste Management Program: Tackling Urbanization in Jakarta, Indonesia

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. We propose a prototype for Jakarta to influence citizen behavior in waste management and develop a 360-degree model for plastic consumption, disposal, and recycling. It t

LESAT: Location-Based Emergency Shelter Awareness & Training

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. The idea behind this design is to tap into ‘pre-existing socio-technological behavior’ prevalent in the 21st century – widespread popularity and usage of “smartphones”. A

enCompass: Inclusive Hospitality for Inclusive Cities

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. To help those who have recently arrived integrate into the job market, enCompass (an NGO), will broker jobs from which they can grow, and in which their talent and additi

City-zenship: A prototype for the economic and political inclusion of migrants

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. City-zenship aims to create an intermediary status between citizenship of full rights and no-rights at all to help the integration of migrants at local level. To embody t

Demoperate: An Online Social Platform for Citizen Engagement

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. Demoperate is an online social platform for citizens to collaborate, network, and engage with one another to showcase and rate community projects that require public fund

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