Fellows by Category
Working to create “green job” opportunities for the poor and disadvantaged, including those who have been incarcerated.
Transforming the lives of under-resourced high school youth, using entrepreneurial experience as a vehicle to teach academic, business, and life skills; adding real-world business experiences and critical skill-building to school, reducing the high school drop-out rate.
Expanding and deepening the civic engagement of law firms and corporate legal departments
Working to make basic economic tools, like insurance, utilities, and credit, available and affordable to low-income people by advocating on their behalf at administrative agencies.
Pioneering a body of legal mechanisms to hold corporations accountable for their complicity in human rights abuses perpetrated around the world, and increase access to justice for victims of such abuses.
Transforming the way countries and governments treat those with mental disabilities by demanding international recognition and enforcement of the basic human rights of people with disabilities.