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I am so moved that this community exists and uncertain of what my contribution might be but I wanted to join and support.
Nigerian, Queer, Feminist, writer, researcher and blogger on social justice in Africa and the Diaspora with a specific focus on Women, Gender, LGBTI and Technology for Advocacy.
Hello, I'm rawan from Jordan. I have M.A, in translation and I have got married since December 2009. I'm muslim and wear a veil but I live my life as any woman else. I'd like to join you to participate in your dicussions to read your opinions and give you mine. I have no babies till now and I'm planning to do my Phd soon. I will glad if I receive any question from you...
I am currently the Director of Development at Women's eNews and a graduate student at NYU Wagner school, studying international public policy. I would like to focus on empowerment and education programming for women who have experienced sexual violence and rape in conflict and post-conflict areas.
I am just beginning to become passionate about international woman's issues. I am very interested in learning more and helping others however I can. I am a registered dietitian interested in public health and the environment. I love to learn about other cultures and one of my life goals is to live overseas and help others in my host country in some capacity.
I am a psychology student at teh University of Southern California. I am interested in finding out what is being done to combat the psychological problems HIV/AIDS orphans encounter.
I am studying in Asian University for Women, Bangladesh in Asian Studies major. I am engaged in community service and doing social work.I am not afraid to face difficult situations, i believe i can learn a lot from hardships. I love traveling, and advocating gender, and human right issues. I enjoy, and believe on the power of writing that can be challenging and revealing the truth.
Neba Petra Lum: Lum is a young woman in her 20s, an undergraduate law student. She had her future all mapped out to be a lawyer or a teacher after her first degree. After enrolling into the faculty of law at the Douala University for a year, she dropped due to lack of finances.