Touching the rainbow

How an app could help you learn your rights

In the first episode of The Better Heroes podcast, Wa’il Ashshowwaf, CEO and Co-Founder of REYETS, discusses how people can learn more about their civil rights.

Do you know your rights and how to use them? What if there was an app that could teach you what your rights are and how to exercise them?

This episode’s Better Hero is Wa’il Ashshowwaf, CEO and Co-Founder at REYETS. His goal is to create equity through education. Learn more about the REYETS app here.

Key takeaways: 

Through the EY Ripples program, EY people are devoting their time to SDG-focused projects. The program brings together the combined skills, knowledge and experience of the global EY network in pursuit of one shared vision: to positively impact one billion lives by 2030.

EY professionals work with impact entrepreneurs in-person or virtually, offering support to help improve their businesses’ resilience, productivity and capacity to scale sustainably.

You can also listen to this podcast via other platforms including Apple and Spotify.

For your convenience, full text transcript of this podcast is also available.


Matt Smith
Matt C Smith
Professional MC, Broadcaster & Host, The Lunicorn
Wa’il Ashshowwaf
Wa’il Ashshowwaf
Co-Founder and CEO of REYETS


Episode 1


32m 46s