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nanawe1989

Cameroonbamenda, Cameroon

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March 20, 2013

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About Me: 

i am a 25 years old female Cameroonian and a legal associate at the legal affairs division of the African Union Commission in Addis Ababa.
I own a young feminist non governmental organization back in Cameroon.I am very passionate about the rights of women and children.
To me,what is most important is not only for our governments to ratify international legal conventions,but these conventions,protocols should be domesticated so that the impacts are felt.
After obtaining my master degree in International law, i served a few local non governmental organizations in the capacity of a human rights officer, i worked closely with the grass root communities which gave me the unique perspectives of learning about the struggles for social justice especially amongst women who are always relegated to the peripehries.
If i was a magician, i will transform the world into a purely feminist one, but though not a magician i know this can still be done through VOICES OF OUR FUTURE, I AM A WOMAN, A BEAUTIFUL CREATURE,PLEASE LISTEN TO ME

My Challenges: 
it is not easy being a female human rights defender,but i love challenges
My Vision for the Future: 
a world where women will be respected and their lost dignity restored
My Areas of Expertise: 
human rights with particular focus on juvenil justice,and women ,s rights,advocacy,legal drafting,
My Languages: 
English, french

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