Rajae was part of Solar Team, Amsterdam University of applied sciences, who constructed a solar boat and participated in the Solar 1 race. During this project she reinforced, experimented and contributed to the world of Clean Mobility. She started a business in CleanTech, with the concept to recycle pallet wood and utilize 3D printing to make lighting. During the SYBIT Tech Award, they got the third prize for having the best startup from the SYBIT program 2017. Currently, she at the start of a project to create playgrounds that can accommodate children who use a wheelchair or who have other physical disabilities. Rajae believes that "a person can never be broken. Our built environment, our technologies are broken and disabled." Her goal is to give these children a safe haven and a carefree environment, in which they can connect with their peers more easily. To do so we need to start to make an impact at the beginning phase of every human – during childhood, the playgrounds need to be inclusive. It's a NON-Negotiable Right. Her expectations from OYW Summit 2018: “to connect with people who have a lot of wisdom and insight to offer me, so that I can go to the next level within my further plans for the future.”
Delegate Rajae Atahiri’s photo’s and story on the project which won her one of twenty OYW scholarships.
Rajae streeft naar inclusieve speeltuinen | #OYW2018 #makethefuture
Rajae introduces herself and talks about her goals and her motivation. She tells us she has a disable brother. She wants all children to be able to play outside.
In slow-motion we see Rajae talking to the graffiti artist. Kids play soccer on a field and an artist paints on a canvas with spray-paint. The canvas is laid down on the street.
We see a close up of Rajae.
Winner One Young World Shell Scholarship Programme.
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Close up on the hands of the artist. Disabled kids in a wheelchair and walking with a stroller play on the playground.
We see a boy on a swing. Close ups of the ground and we see legs of a woman walking on a path towards the playground.
Two girls are pushing another girl in her wheelchair on the playground.
Rajae talks about her passion and her vision of this project.
We see a close up of a silver necklace on Rajae’s chest. The we see a close up of her right eye. Her hair waving in the wind. A medium 360 movement around Rajae is shown. In the background we see people on the playground.
An empty swing slides towards a man and a little girl we see from behind.
The graffiti artist sprays green paint on the canvas. It’s not yet clear what he is creating.
The artist signs his painting with a black marker. #makethefuture. www.oneyoungworld.com.
We see a total of his painting showing a blonde girl in a wheelchair wearing VR glasses, with on the background a playground and high city buildings. Also we see a yellow traffic sign that shows 2 kids on a seesaw, one of them is disabled. The text on the painting says “Game on”.
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We see and hear a glitch sound, cutting from the painting to Rajae.
Rajae talks about the One Young Wold Summit and her own goals. She wants to make a connection with other organisations with the same mission. Also she is looking to become even more inspired.
A vague close up of Rajae’s face becomes sharp. She smiles into the camera and also the text #OYW2018 appears in the right upper corner.
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The logo of Shell appears and the text #makethefuture www.oneyoungworld.shell is shown
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A logo of OYW The Hague is appears. Then the Shell logo appears along with the text “Subscribe for more” and “Shell International 2018”.