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In Cameroon, I watch how women are being treated as second class citizens. They undergo different kinds of torture, both physically and psychologically. They play less significant rules in the public life. All these pushed me to undertake a degree in Women and gender studies. I was more interested in a course "Women in Politics".
I am a simple hardworking gal who aspired to be become a Gynaecologist so that i could help many women from dying...But due to unstable economic condition i couldn't and switched towards forestry. This has become one of my very correct decision. Likewise I am also studying Bachelors in Arts with Sociology and M.English+ journalism.
I have been familar with World Pulse since it first made its online appearance. I was excited to see an organization that focused on the needs of women worldwide. I am slow to the task. I am a trained journalist, now freelancer, as well as former human services worker. I think the two areas fit neatly together. I have also worked in US and international not-for-profit organizations.
I'm a journalist based in Johannesburg. I love writing and blog often. My passion is broadcast media: TV and film.
I have worked for 18 years with women who have, or are enduring, non-state torture in Canada and other industrialized countries, such as the US, Western Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Section 269.1 of the Canadian Criminal Code holds state torturers accountable for the crime of state torture.
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My name is Michele, and I will, forevermore, be grateful in finding this site. I consider myself a womanist, and have, for as long as I can remember, been involved in issues that empower women. I am a divorcee of many years, attempting to raise a progressive, independent young teenage daughter.
Snr Scientist (Public Health) at the South African Medical Research Council and Sexual Violence Research Initiative
i'm 34 years old and i currently exist in a world of studying herbs and their medicinal properties. i say this because there are some days when i am completely immersed in a sea of information regarding plants and the subtle ways they can help to balance our bodies.
I have worked for 15 years to promote equality between women and men in Australia, working in Australian Government positions. I am now working in Indigenous policy but am keen to stay in touch with women's issues.
Joan Bryna Michelson has been leading record-breaking growth in companies and non-profits - driving innovation - through communications, especially with outreach to and about women. Sure, she's won awards for this, but most proudly, she's helped raise the level of awareness of talented women across industries and sectors who are making a difference.