About the Event
Over the course of the 48-hour Pandemic Policython competition, teams of one to four students heard from speakers from our partner network, received guidance from leading academics whilst writing policy proposals, and submitted their final briefs. Winning teams received a $200 seed grant, and are being invited to join Policy for the People's Policy Sprint of 2021.
Winning Policies (Per Track)
First Place: A Right To Housing: a Radical Solution to Domestic Violence
Runner-Up: Extreme Isolation: The Intersection of Female Navajo Essential Workers and Domestic Violence
First Place: Moving US Forward
Runner-Up: Promoting Indigenous Employment Through Improved Education for Economic Equity
First Place: Rethinking the Prison-Community Pipeline: a case for green reintegration
Runner-Up: It's About T.I.M.E.(Tribunal Immigration Motion for Equality)
First Place: Proposal for Informed Students Voters Program
Runner-Up: A Digital World Demands a Digital Option for Voting Registration
First Place: Zooming In On Remote Learning: How To Protect K-12 Students’ Privacy In Virtual Classrooms?
Runner-Up: Bridging the Digital Divide: Improving the state of ICT in Rural Philippines
Please find links to view all 150+ policy submissions for the Pandemic Policython of 2020 below.