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Sep 17

September 26, 2017

The UNGA – First Impressions

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UNGA – 20TH September 2017 (Morning Session) - Saeeda Rizvi

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Sep 17

September 26, 2017

The Fight to End Gender-based Violence Continues

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I have been an advocate for the fight to end gender violence for quite some time now. Since my undergraduate...

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Sep 17

September 25, 2017

UN Women as a platform for the youth (WACRIA)

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On September 14, 2017, UN Women organized a panel discussion named “Brown Bag Panel Discussion on Youth-led Organization WACRIA” to present an NGO/Platform known as WACRIA created by young Africans from the University of Albany. The panel was moderated by Tolulope Tamoka-Lewis, UN Women Programmes, Africa, the participants from WACRIA were Jennifer Abu, Jonathan Abu, Michelle Wafo and UN Youth Partnership Analyst, Allyson Humphrey. Gender equality is a priority for many organizations as one of the top SDGs. - Alexandra Lukamba

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Sep 17

September 18, 2017

Hope

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I arrived in the United States last year unsure and a little concerned. As a Pakistani student of International Affairs,...

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Sep 17

September 18, 2017

Barriers to SRHR are leaving youths and SDGs behind

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"We must make sure that all young people are included to fulfill the promise of not only Goal 5 but all the SDGs." - Sunayana Limbu

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Sep 17

September 18, 2017

Who I am and why I chose NGO CSW

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"Since my arrival in the United States, under a temporary visa at age 13, I have been determined to aim for the stars, but my story is what reminds me always to keep my feet firm on the ground." -Sunayana Limbu

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Sep 17

September 18, 2017

Pertinent questions and unsatisfactory answers

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On Wednesday, September 13th, I went to my first meeting at UN HQ along with fellow intern Ken Wang and NGO CSW/NY Chair Susan O’Malley - Elise Bragard

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Sep 17

September 18, 2017

Here Come the Girls

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My name is Elise Bragard and I am one of the new interns at NGO CSW/NY. I have been fortunate enough to live with, teach, and learn from some pretty powerful girls over the past ten years.

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Sep 17

September 14, 2017

Toward a More Difference-tolerant Society

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When I was growing up, I had been humiliated and bullied because of my gender temperament. Though a biological boy,...

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Sep 17

September 14, 2017

FROM A PASSION TO A REALITY

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I am Alexandra Lukamba, a young motivated lady from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. I recently graduated from Eckerd College in Florida where I obtained my Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations & Global Affairs, Spanish, and Political Science. For the past four years I have discovered a passion for the education of girls and women. - Alexandra Lukamba

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