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I am a secondary teacher in Regina, SK and I have been invested in Women's Issues since my second year of university. I am about to embark on one year of traveling and would like to learn about the status of women first hand in each country I visit. I am excited for this journey of educating myself and seeing first hand the everyday living situation of women all across the world.
Let´s try this again, with some edits. How does it work? An engaging discussion, heading in some uncertain direction, equal parts scary and exciting. What is it really that grabs the attention, and holds it long enough to overcome the fear of marking change? I´m ready to explore the answers to those things again, in a way that I can enjoy the journey and affect the destination.
I teach preschool to special needs preschoolers and children that come from below the poverty line. To be able to have a passion for my job makes the moments truly special when I teach. My job helps make sure that every child is receiving an quality, equality and diverse education. This is truly the only way to educate and promote women's ideas, roles and overall a better world.
I am a cameroonian, national coordinator of the association for the wellbeing of women and families of rural areas (AFFAMIR), a cameroonian NGO created in 2002 in the municipality of Penka Michel, a very conservative comunity of the western region of Cameroon.
I am a stubborn and strong willed person, proactive, strongly independent but in as much as i am all these, i am also a very cheerful person,simple, easy going and always ready to learn and share with others. I have a strong passion for gender issues that affect women which is a big subject in my community.
I am a father, grandfather and author of, "Courtney's Story," a compelling true story which chronicles my daughter Courtney's personal battle with a rare viral disease called PML_ Progressive Multifocal-Leuko-encepha-lapathy which affects parts of the brain in patients with certain types of cancers and some HIV patients.
The black smokey mirror also know as Tezkatlipoka for my People has allows self to see the TRUTH hidden from years of control and lies. Mirror, Mirror on the wall . . .
I aspire to work in a position that can make a difference. I would like to use my skills and abilities to help to resolve conflicts peacefully and to create violence-free and economically viable environments that can help foster sustainable development. I am experienced at promoting entrepreneurial training and development in rural areas, and have worked to improve the business environment.
An IT graduate working to empower student community to bring social transformation, justice and peace and the locality of where I situated at the moment and also globally trhough networks of student movements, civil socities & NGOs. Aspire to be a lawyer and journalist. Social Justice Caught by all the protocols and bureaucracy of the organization
I am working in Hospitality industry from last 5 Years and found this industry very good for girls but not in Pakistan.\ I am also a Presnter(DJ) in Radio FM,my hobbies are presenting and watching TV. To be a successful lady,independent,bright future and carrer To face people of Pakistan where ladies cat work in Hotels and get marry in early ages Management
Just a woman who wants to learn more from this program and then speaks out for social change reading, travel, meet people, listen to music to help my community
i'm 31, studied History, human rights , cinema, married, working as women rights researcher and web administrator in new woman foundation, and sometimes film maker, blogger , new media trainer.
I am a cross-cultural person having spent my formative years in both south and Southeast Asia. My professional experiences in the developing world have included working in India for a micro finance organization and Fiji with the Peace Corps, as well as having conducted research for my Master's dissertation in Kosovo.
I am about to finish my two-year service in the U.S. Peace Corps in Morocco, working in youth development. Previously, I spent 20 years as an editor at a daily newspaper. I love traveling, reading, gardening, bicycling, blogging and connecting with new friends around the world!