Tom lives in Stockholm, Sweden, with his girlfriend and son. He is studying for an LLM, is the CEO of the social enterprise Your Rights and the Sweden representative for IPPI, an Israeli nonprofit. When Tom started law school, he was struck by how little he knew about his legal rights and responsibilities and how these were never taught in school. As a teenager, Tom had found legal issues boring since they belonged to the adult world and were out of reach. In law school, he found out how empowering it would have been if he had known more about the law when he grew up. Tom saw this gap as a structural failure that needed to be changed and created the project Your Rights. Your Rights is an educational program about rights and responsibilities targeted at youths. Law students facilitate workshops on relevant legal topics for young people from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, those who are the most affected by criminality and unsafe neighborhoods. The road to Your Rights started with a degree in political science at the University of Cambridge, U.K. Afterwards, Tom worked for several international institutions, most recently doing electoral assistance at International IDEA in Stockholm. Disenchanted by conferences and reports about issues and people from whom he felt far removed, Tom wanted to do something for his own community. Your Rights became the initiative that allowed Tom to give something back to the city in which he grew up.