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Introducing myself and my journal: Empowering women in Informal/survivalists Business

About Me:
I am a seeker, a searcher, a traveller, a women who is always on some kind of quest. I am looking for many things throughout my life and I am much more interested in people with more respect to humanity. As a powerful and ambitious on the one hand, reliable and efficient on the other. I was a participant of ENGAGE 2011 program (Capacity Building for labour Activists and trade Union Officials), which was organized on behalf of German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development. I have 12 years experience in community media and managing non-profit organizations (NPOs) and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
Studying Gender Labour Studies (2010) and Global Economics Policies (2011) enhanced my objective of acquiring knowledge, understand, experience about labour and economical policies globally. I was committed to several youth and woman structures at my early age, which enhanced my practical experience, knowledge and leadership skills to be a complete professional media & research person and a community asset. My strongest points is the ability to work in a team, eager to learn, always speaking my mind and I am so positive that it gives most of my seniors peace of mind .

My Passions:
The best book writer, produce audio & visual documentaries and write Research papers for students.

My Challenges:
Lack of finance to finalise my research project for publishing my 1st book and documentary.

My Vision for the Future:
Publish several books, produce more documentaries and movies

My Areas of Expertise:
Marketing, Research, policy formulation and writing.

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kmwelch's picture

Dear Matilda, Welcome! Thank

Dear Matilda,

Welcome! Thank you for joining and becoming involved with the inspirational World Pulse online community. The thoughts and experiences you share are unique contributions to the diverse community of passionate women leaders and supporters from all over the world. Your vast experience in the areas of Gender Labour and Economics interests me greatly as I aspire to continue my studies and work with global Nonprofits in the future. I'd love to hear more about your book and documentary!

I encourage you to explore PulseWire and learn more about the events and resources being shared by our encouraging network and to strengthen it further by continuing to make connections and contribute your valuable perspective.

Warm wishes,
Katie

Matilda Sibanyoni's picture

Appreciation....!!!!

Dear Katie,

Thank you for your recommendations and I beleive that PulseWire is my second home for learning, sharing and con tributing mechanism of how to combat all the social illness globally.

Hoping to learn more about PulseWire and the interesting network.

Regards
Matilda

usha kc's picture

Dear friend It’s my pleasure

Dear friend
It’s my pleasure to welcome you. You are now a voice among thousands of voices. I am sure you have a powerful voice to make the world changed.
Warm Welcome in this amazing platform, expectantly waiting your active participation.
Follow the link for getting started guide.
http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/about/guide
Warm Hug !
From Nepal

Matilda Sibanyoni's picture

Thank you....

Dear Usha,

Thank you and I appreciate your warm welcome words. I feel at home with my fellow sister activists globally. I believe in changing mind set of each and every individual I come across, which is not an easy thing to do and hopefully change will follow rapidly through our solidarity network such as PulseWire. I like your slogan;"Live and let live" is an indication of respect to humanity.

Kisses!!!!
From South Africa
Matilda

Sharese's picture

Welcome!

Welcome to World Pulse! This is a place of sharing ideas, resources, encouragement, enlightenment and of course passion for human rights! Your background in Gender Labour Studies I am sure will contribute some wonderful perspectives.

Where did you study? I studied Women and Gender Studies at the University of the Western Cape. I was very empowered and enlightened by the professors there.

I look forward to reading your contribution!

In Peace and Love,

Sharese

Fatima Waziri's picture

Hey there! Welcome to

Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!

It’s so exciting having you with us, I am sure you will have a fabulous time with your new online friends as well as find this to be a very positive experience. I encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community.

Welcome again to our global community and I look forward to hearing more from you here on PulseWire!

Peace!
Fatima

Matilda Sibanyoni's picture

Thank you....

Hello Fatima,

I feel at home and appreciate your warm welcome on PulseWire. I have realised
that I will benefit from the global community network with more empowering information
for women.

Thanks once more....

Kisses!!!!
From South Africa

Acquiring an opportunity to study is a privilege towards mounting your frame of mind. I had a chance to participate both in Workers’ College and in InWent International Leadership Training in Germany – ENGAGE which unlocked my eyes and enhanced my knowledge regarding labour and economic matters furthermore through empowering our academic level and strategic plan as activists from developing countries to be able to handle socio-economic status.

I would like to focus my research on reinforcement of gender equalities and combating racism and racial discrimination globally. The question is how governments, organizations and trade unions can on average reinforce gender socialization from the grassroots level? It is acknowledged that workplace inequality has been a burning issue in all nations globally. For an example in South Africa particularly women and disabled people still find themselves as target groups and they are virtually invisible. They are victims of inequalities, both socially and economically, because they occupy subordinates positions in comparison to men (Agent groups) on almost every dimension of socio-economic statuses such as education, occupation and income. According to United Nation Women (UNW)’ objective that; gender equality is a fundamental human right and essential condition for achieving democracy worldwide and Africa needs strong academic women to strengthen the immature democratic states. I believe that acquiring labour and economic qualifications is the key to unlock all influential seats for women.

My past and current responsibilities in National African Federated Chamber of Commerce (NAFCOC) leadership since its establishment in 1964 supported the argument that women are occupying subordinates positions in comparison to men. When we track NAFCOC’ historic Presidents from 1964 – 2004 it clearly indicate that men occupied the presidency for four decades.

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