April 1, 2013
I am a young college student in Seoul South Korea, i started working as a young Journalist when i was 14. I was a voice of the many voiceless children in my country the Democratic Republic of Congo. Through a weekly radio show, my team and I would discuss about issues that our fellow children are facing in a post war period. Since then i have developped a deep interest concerning a fight for human rights, especially those for women, because that's where lays the root of everything. It's hard or pratically impossible to remain silent and stay insensitive to what is going in my country. As a young woman , the difference starts when we decide to leave our comfort zone and to speak for those who are only asking for life and protection. My passion is people and my bold dream is that my country Congo will change, and us;people can do that. In fact, it's already happening.