Save the Children in association with Abhyuday, IIT Bombay & Youth Ki Awaaz presents

Jan 21 | 3 PM | IIT Bombay


Over 20 lakh children live on India’s streets – with little access to education, clean water, sanitation and nutrition. Nearly 80% of them do not even have a name they can call their own.

It’s time to change this. Are you the generation that will rewrite India’s future?

Here’s your chance to join some of India’s leading Changemakers. Get inspired and take action!



Dia Mirza
Actor, Activist & Artist Ambassador, Save The Children

Using influence for social good, amplifying street children agenda for public and policy action.


Prerana Langa
CEO - YES Foundation

Participation of youth in India’s Social Action.


Poonam Mahajan
Member of Parliament, BJP

Moving children’s rights on top of political agenda: role young political leaders can play in impacting tangible change.


Kaveree Bamzai
Editor (Special Projects) - India Today

Margins to mainstream: How media can turn the spotlight on India's street children


Anjali Sanjay Gokarn
Trustee - Hamara Foundation

Making #TheInvisibles visible, securing the rights of street children.


Saleha Khan
Child Champion, Ashoka Youth Venturer, Nominee International Peace Prize for Children

What it means to be a 17-year-old and conduct over 250 sessions on menstrual health and hygiene in the slums of Mumbai.


Sultana Moizuna
Child Champion - Save The Children, India

A journey from living on the streets of Mumbai to becoming a Community Health Educator.



Meet like-minded people wanting to build a safer and more equal world


Interact with media, industry and social sector experts, and get useful tips and insights


Get a unique opportunity to join #TheInvisibles campaign


Save The Children

Founded in 1919, Save the Children is present in over 120 countries. In India, they work in 20 states focusing on the issues related to health, education and protection of children. They have reached nearly six million children in their efforts to reach every last child.

Abhyuday, IIT Bombay

Abhyuday is one of the country’s largest student-run social body. It started 5 years ago, to provide opportunities to IIT Bombay students wishing to work for a better society. Every year, Abhyuday also hosts the ‘Social Fest’, to celebrate the spirit of social good.

Youth Ki Awaaz

Youth Ki Awaaz is India’s largest social justice media platform for young people to speak up on crucial issues, with over 4 million monthly readers and 75,000+ writers.