Desh Deepak Dwivedi
|Organization:||Precisely- The Opportunity Hub, Maslow Initiative Foundation|
Desh Deepak Dwivedi is a public policy and social enthusiast who likes to work for the problems which have been congenitally grounded Ito the system and have been started to accept by people as life that can’t we unworked. He has done his bachelor's degree in Public Policy and Management from the coveted Cluster Innovation Centre of the University of Delhi. He happens to be an avid reader and prolific writer whilst publishing his first best-seller in the form of an Adolescence Psychodrama Novel at the age of 18. He started his own private limited company when he was 20 and took it to be among some of the biggest social initiates for the disabled in India. He went on to establish his own non-profit called the Maslow Initiative Foundation in New Delhi, India where he started to work for the demanding cause of Right to Education and targeted community schools across India. Currently, he is a Master's Student at Peking University, China and is a recipient of the DO School Fellowship, Germany; UNESCO APCEIU Fellowship, South Korea; Youth@IGF Fellowship, France; Connecting Cultures Fellowship, Sultanate of Oman and the ICANN Next-Gen Fellowship, Japan. In the near future, he wants to transform the community schools of India which happen to be 400,000 in number by introducing ICT used education system. He believes that development can only be achieved if we really keep pace with the changing technology and embrace it in our daily lives.
ICANN and Internet Governance Participation
Youth@IGF, Paris, France 2018 Next-Gen at ICANN 64, Kobe, Japan 2019
B.A. Honours (Humanities and Social Sciences), Cluster Innovation Centre, University of Delhi
Entrepreneurship for Good Program, The DO School, Berlin, Germany The DO School Fellow for 'The Apprenticeship Challenge, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
PG Dip in Human Rights, International Humanitarian and Refugee Laws, Indian Academy Internal Law and Diplomacy, ISIL
Masters in Management, Peking University HSBC Business School Shenzhen, China
[On full Scholarship] Represented University of Delhi at U21 Student Summit in Pontificia Catolica Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile (4-8 May 2015). [On full Scholarship] Represented India as a delegate at the International Student Energy Summit (ISES2015) at Bali, Indonesia (10-13 June 2015). [On full Scholarship] Represented India at the 'World Youth Forum- Right to Dialogue' and presented a research paper in Trieste, Italy (30 Sep-02 Oct 2016). [On full Scholarship] Participated & Published Research Proposal in 'VII International Scientific Conference' organised by the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Institute of Public Administration of the National Academy for Public Administration under the President of Ukraine, Dnipro, Ukraine (21 October 2016). [On full Scholarship] Presented research paper titled, 'Tourism as a medium to achieve Sociocultural Sustainability in South Asia' at the 10th International Convention of Asia Scholars, Chiang Mai, Thailand (20 July-23 July 2017). [On full Scholarship] Represented India as a fellow at 4th Workshop on GCED by APCEIU, UNESCO in Seoul, South Korea (20 May- 26 May 2018). [On full Scholarship] Represented India as ISOC fellow Youth@IGF at the Internet Governance Forum 2018, United Nations, Paris, France. [On full Scholarship] A 'Connecting Cultures program' fellow 2018-2019 at the University of the Desert, Sultanate of Oman under the auspices of UNESCO and UNAOC. Got a mention in Vigyan Prasar's top Science Documentaries journal. 1st Winner ($3000) of the International Energy- Case Competition at ISES2015.
Winner of the Pollination Project Grant (U.S)- $1000 in July 2016
Winner of the 'The International Poetry and Theatre competition Castello di Duino XIII Edition' & Invitee at the UNESCO International Poetry Festival, Duino Castle, Italy (4 Feb 2017/31 March 2017) Honorary Panelist at the 'Youth Empowerment Seminar titled Youth in India: Hopes, Challenges & Opportunities' by New India, Better India Youth Association, New Delhi, India (21 Feb 2017)