10 Ideas Journal
What is it?
The Roosevelt National Network’s annual 10 Ideas Journal compiles 10 student-developed policy proposals from Roosevelt chapters across the country. Contestants can submit their policy proposal in one of seven categories: Healthcare, Human Rights, Democratic Access, Economic Development, Foreign Policy, and Energy and Environment. Roosevelt@Columbia members who are interested in submitting to the 2019-2020 10 Ideas journal should contact Andreea Calin at email@example.com.
Previous winners from Roosevelt at Columbia University
Maeve Flaherty: “To Pee or Not to Pee: Creating a Public-Private Restroom Partnership to Expand Access to Sanitary Restrooms in New York City” (Human Rights)
Sinead Hunt: “Expanding Access to Life-Saving Hepatitis C Treatment by Removing Discriminatory Sobriety Restrictions” (Healthcare)
Clara Harter: “Protecting Refugee Resettlement in Michigan: The Private Sponsorship Solution” (Foreign Policy)
Leopold Aschenbrenner and Hannah Healy: “Modern Mobility for All: A Universal Ticket for NYC’s Subway System” (Economic Development)
Cameron Davis: “Innocent Until Proven Guilty: A Solution for America’s Failed Military Transparency” (Foreign Policy)
Caravaggio Canigalia: “Lowering Livery Vehicle Emissions: The Taxi Industry as a Model for Uber and Lyft” (Energy and Environment)
Rachel Knowles: “Eliminating Political Bias in Death Penalty Sentencing: Ending Judicial Override” (Human Rights)
Ali Fraerman and Connor Haseley: “Equal Justice For More: Putting Intermediaries In Courtrooms” (Human Rights)
Nicole Felmus: “Leveling Educational Opportunities: Integrating NYC High Schools” (Education)
Read the 10 ideas journal now
The link for this year’s journal can be found below.