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I have a strong passion for women's issues. I have a strong passion for women's issues. Some people do not take me seriously Research and advocate for women's rights
As I am a journalist, my exceptional interpersonal skills have enabled me to integrate with my colleagues and customers and develop valuable friendships. I strive to always keep a positive attitude and have the ability to learn quickly.
I am Neha Rauniyar from Nepal; a mature, open-minded person who is willing to learn more through practicing my prior knowledge and through experiences of people from all over the world.
I am a student of Asian Univeristy for women. I heard about world pulse through one of my friend sunita basnet, who is one of the active member of world pulse. I hope to share my things as well as read others writtings. I have already read some and most of the writtings are not that shocking because in countries like ours women are underprivileged and are not allowed to do what they want.
Greetings from Borneo!
Hi everybody, my name is Eleanor, but you can call me Ely. I am a Dusun, from Sabah, Malaysia.
I am very happy to join this community and I am also looking forward to my learning journey, and very grateful to be able to join this initiative and opportunity.
From the small island of Taiwan, Lola moved to Oregon with her family at the age of 11 and graduated from the University of British Columbia in Psychology. After moving back to Asia to reunite with her family who had left when she was 15, Lola started her career in the field of Early Childhood Education, teacher training, and curriculum development, and is a true teacher at heart.
Soy una mujer que ha asumido reflexivamente su papel en este mundo globalizado; he sido afortunada al tener el privilegio de ingresar a una universidad y terminar una carrera, por ello creo que mi compromiso es con quienes no lo han tenido, -que son muchas-.
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Am vetrinary doctor but I work for women and for thire rights iwork as Executive director for journalist training centre and work for many NGOs which work for education and development to raise women voices women rights training and journalist voices
I am a passionate Nigerian from the "Treasure Base Region", where the black gold flows but poverty stinks. I am a people person, therefore, I love people, especially children and women, because they are flexible and easy to learn, adapt, and are passionate, therefore the greatest manifestors of change.This is why I work for Development - to: help, assist and bring positive change.
After 20 years of being in "control" of my life, I decided that it was time for a change. I prayed to the All Powerful Universe to allow me to be a part of a community that does what is best for all. That request was made in the summer of 2004 and
I am finishing my terminal degree in Conflict Analysis and Resolution at Nova Southeastern University, and I have a bachelor's and master's degree in pschology. I have been on a unique path as I journey toward my doctoral destination which has bought me into many pursuits usually reserved for men.
I am a young Zimbabwean woman, currently studying journalism in Cape Town. I have no idea where I would begin if I tired to go into my passions, desires and fears right now. What I would like from this space is the chance to get as many perspectives as possible.
Dancing, singing, church and children Shyness and not having the right facilities to help the way I would want to... Working with children
I am a graduate student at the Ohio State University studying foreign policy. I have always been interested in development work, and have just recently begun to find my niche - women's empowerment. I love to travel and I love to meet new people, and I hope to be able to foster great changes for those in the world that need the most help, are marginalized, etc.