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I am Coastal First Nations from Vancouver Island in BC, Canada. I love the art of story expressed in song, writing, production, and media. I believe we are at a time of been heard as a distinguished people respectful of all living things.
A beautiful African Lady who loves to smile (all the time). Loves traveling, meeting new people from all corners of the world. The most exciting part is being able to capture this moments in photography, capturing that expression on their faces, those words going through their minds when they are quite but can on be seen on their face and body expressions.
I am a 34-year-old media and development professional, currently working in an NGO focusing on sexual and reproductive health and rights. Being mother of a 4-month-old baby girl with an ambition for career enhancement, i am finding it hard to find the balance between the two domains. I also find it challenging to accept the different realities of the various worlds i navigate through...
I have 25 years experience providing front-line advocacy support to First Nation, Inuit, Metis and other visible minority women and their families living in northern, remote communities. I have been Executive Director of the Centre for Northern Families, a family resource centre located in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories Canada for more than 20 years.
I'm a research fellow investigating why women in the UK are less likely to enter into science careers. life and the universe to keep going gender, science, outreach and networking
The more experience and understanding I get, the more I am convinced that we as women hold the key to the future we dream of and that we can achieve it, by remembering our sisterhood and by activating our inherent strengths and wisdom.
I am currently working through a graduate program focused on Security and Development issues. My thesis project concerns the ongoing Canadian military role in Afghanistan and the corresponding experiences of Afghani women. I have been a supporter of the World Pulse movement from its beginning but have never felt like I had a "reason" to join this site...
Iam a young and vivacious young women who wants the best for womenfolk globally. This can be done through networking. I believe in the adages of united we stand divided we fall. Collective wisdom is the best recipe for success.
The strength within every woman can move mountains. Every woman has the potential to achieve every dream. They just need the opportunity to see and know their worth. They just need someone to tell them that they are up to the task to encourage them achieve their full potentials.
I am very passionate in empowering the youth to take leadership positions across the continent. I believe strongly that the problems of the world will be solved by providing the right tools and vision to the youth. "Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood," and by understanding what education really is we can create our tomorrow with our thoughts and actions today.
I am Nkhensani Mavasa from Limpopo (Giyani) .A mother of 3 ,a wife,a community activist ,a women full of enthusiasm,who want to see all women from rural areas been able to stand for themselves,in deicision making ,economically ,politically and socially.
My name is Rosebill (my mum's middle name is Rose and my dad's Bill and thats how i got name :-)) and i am from Lilongwe, Malawi - you can`t really see us on the map but we're there...
Diana Nóbrega is a freelancer journalist specialized in design, architecture and contemporary culture who lives between Berlin and Lisbon. She writes in English, Portuguese and Spanish. Daughter of a talented painter born in Angola and a Portuguese entrepreneur father, Diana was born in Lisbon. Her work usually concern arts, politics, cultures and human rights.
I am a 25 year old native of the state of Virginia in the United States. I am currently living in Phnom Penh, Cambodia where I am the Interim Director for Aziza's Place, a grassroots home and learning center that serves impoverished Cambodian children and the communities they come from.