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I'm a journalist and coordinator of women association of media in south kivu, East of the DRC. I'm 31 old. work for promoting women rights fights for ending the sexual violences ans rape against women in east of DRC South-kivu province , DRC
I am sea pilot, working with the Gambia Ports Authority. I am twenty six years of age and I am married with a son, who is about two years of age. I love writing columns (both prose and poetry) for various local newspapers and magazines and was up till recently an editor of a Women's Magazine called Linguere, The African Queen.
Activist, writer, photographer, spiritual healer.
I have been a defender of women's rights and in the movement for about 10 years. I have worked with many local agencies serving different populations. As of recent I worked with a domestic violence and sexual assault agency for over 4 years.
For the past year and a half, I've worked at the Women's Funding Network, an international network of grantmaking organizations that focus on women and girls issues. I make my contribution in the Finance Department, which often doesn't feel like it has much impact on the world, but I try to remind myself that there are many ways to take a stand for gender equality.
American by birth, global by inclination, I divide my time between Bali and Melbourne, Australia. I volunteer as a grant writer and fund raiser for a maternal health and birthing centre. I am also a freelance writer and journalist.
I have been to over ten countries to pursue new cultural experiences and international understanding because I believe that it's only when we fully understand each other, we can have a peaceful world. I love being outdoors so in my free time I enjoy hiking, running, swimming and yoga. education/empowerment/health and fiitness public speaking, writing, planning and organizing, marketing
I've worked recently on the issue of women and climate change and have been surprised by the impact and equity issue women are facing with this crisis. The flip side of that coin is that I see women being innovative, creative and active in finding solutions to the challenges their communities face.
My name is Tatiana, I'm 33, and work as a journalist in Sao Paulo, Brazil. I apologize myself for the poor english. It's a little bit strange to think a lot before talk, or wright...In fact, I imagine myself beginning a great adventure which will be, in my inner screen, 'subtitled' in english. And then I will discover that language is just a tiny detail. Communication happens anyway.
Women's Rights, African Politics, Human Rights so many causes, so little time.... Journalism, International Law, Intellectual Property law
I am a Post Graduate in Phi., Eco., C.I.G. (Course in Child Psychology & Family Welfare)& Dip. in HIV & Family Edu., 10 yrs Teaching experience to Kids & Primary Class Students,soken English Classes for Hgr.
Living in Senagal, working in development Research and Action programmes in Africa, interested in Asian and latin america experiences to learn from. dietetics, arts and culture improving productivity in food process and set up local culture industr natural resource, climate change, food, arts and culture,
I am very passionate in fighting against issues affecting women. My role as a young feminist leader is to mobilize other young women in my community to join me in voicing out all odds. I would like to join other women in this network to document stories of victims.
Currently working with: - International Child Support (ICS) - Africa, as a Comm. and Advocacy Advisor - Parenting in Africa Network (PAN) - The Global Press Institute - as a Journalist
"I do not want to become a lawyer and live by other people's woes, or a doctor and live by other people's ailments or a minister and live by other people's sins. I am left with only writing..." Writing. Travelling. Reading. Photography. Maintaining my sanity in the insane world Women and gender. Narrative journalism. Photojournalism. Comparative Literature
As an Empowerment Life Coach, my job is two-fold. First, to help people understand how they view themselves as well as the people and situations around them, and second—to help them change how they react to others and the events that make up their lives.