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August 11, 2010

Loreto Navarrete

About Me: 

Hello everyone,

I'm Loreto Navarrete, a Chilean anthropologist who believes that the greatest challenges of my country today, are related to the improvement of our democracy and the exercise of rights. In particular, the rights of women, youths and migrants.

I work in an NGO called IDEAS Foundation and in the next weeks i'll start to coordinate a new program dedicated to support and strengthen young women's organizations. I'll tell you about that in my next post.

Besides that, I can tell you that I'm 30 (yes, it happened this year... ) and I'm a huge music lover. Also, I really enjoy talking about politics, history, and culture. I hope I can tell you all later about the political changes around here in the last year.

So, I'll be writing soon about this new proyect and some ideas that I have for the empowerment of young women here in Chile. See ya!

My Passions: 
Working in the fields that I love: Democracy, Human Rights, Citizen Participation
My Challenges: 
To actively contribute to build a better country, more just and with more opportunities for women and men
My Vision for the Future: 
I see a future in which young voices are listened to improve the public policies, to improve the quality of life, to improve democracy
My Areas of Expertise: 
Gender Studies, Youth Studies, Public Policies, Chilean History and Politics
My Languages: 
Spanish, English

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