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This is ME!

My voice is unique, compelling, boundless, very important and unstoppable!

I want to be a correspondent because I want to use the prospect to advocate for the integration of more women’s representation and leadership in environmental work.

I want women’s environmental concerns, needs and efforts to be recognized. Honest, strong, solutions-based journalism will help my community to break away from sexist approaches to decision-making particularly in the environmental sector; which is of priority to me.

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Iryna's picture

Plus one

Hi, Greengirl!
I also work in environmental NGO. So I'm with you!
Good luck in our hard work and greetings from Ukraine,
Iryna

Greengirl's picture

Nice to know

It's nice to know that I have a Ukrainian sister who also works for the good of our ecosystem. Thank you so much for your solidarity and encouraging words. .

Warm Regards
Greengirl

SanPatagonia's picture

You go, Greengirl!

Loved your approach to this journey we've started! As Iryna says, I'm with you!

Warmly,
San

@SanPatagonia
Be a voice, tell a story, start the fire. | Sé una voz, cuenta una historia, enciende el fuego.

Greengirl's picture

I feel great

Coming from you, I am good to GO. Very glad that you are cheering me on!

Hugs,
Greengirl

You are giving a very strong message to the world out there and to us. :)

And sexist approaches ...
I guess male dominance when it comes to decision making at all levels is very common even in my country - A country which has a high literacy rate for both genders, where women have equal opportunity at education, and a country relatively richer compared to other developing countries.

So yes, we need to keep on working to address this.

Salaam
Aminah

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