The Inspiration phase has ended, but there's plenty more to collaborate on! Check out the other challenge phases as we design technology ideas to support human rights in the face of unlawful detention.
Family members can post their story on a website. This website contains a huge and growing amount of stories. These are made public on social media and maybe apps. Media will catch up with the growing list, result: global recognition!
Its a situation where women get powerless against men, society, culture.
My story is, where i eye witness an Irani wife getting slapped by her husband, in a well know shopping mall in Delhi (capital state of INDIA).
"War Photographer" may not be entirely related to the topic at hand, but its impact is. What if there was a video platform that people could share their personal stories on and invite others to help with their cause?
If someone isn't checking there facebook account in a long time after consistently using it, then a checkup will be performed where the account will automatically send an update asking the users friends when and where the last time they saw them.
Ai Wei Wei has been known to be a bold political activist that seek to bring attention to cases of human rights violations in China. He has made an appearance after his detention to tell of the mental pressures of detention on himself.
Google Person Finder is an open source web application that provides a registry and message board for survivors, family, and loved ones affected by a natural disaster to post and search for information about each other's status and whereabouts.
Air Mobs is a technology proposed by the Viral Spaces Lab at MIT. It's a P2P network that allows communication where the normal mobile network fails, when no open WiFi Internet is available, or roaming costs are too high.