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Thais Moraes's Journal

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One Young World: a life-changing experience

Luck, coincidence or fate? I will never really understand how I ended up in Switzerland to take part as a delegate speaker in One Young World. … Read More»

Maternal deaths: violation of a human right

Alyne Silva Pimentel was a 28 year-old Afro-Brazilian woman living in Rio de Janeiro. In her 6th month of pregnancy, on November 16th, 2002, she passed away. … Read More»

Be a maid or have one: domestic work and inequality in Brazil

“If you are a woman, you either are a maid or you have one.” … Read More»

Women, Politics and Equality: How do they relate?

“I’m very happy. I want to thank all Brazilians for this moment and I promise to honor the trust they have shown me,” Ms. … Read More»

Education and Gender Equality - My Vision to UN Women

To the UN Women Executive Director Dear Michelle Bachelet, … Read More»

Abortion: Beyond personal choices

It was a regular weekday, that Wednesday in March, 2009. I came back from university at noon and I was having lunch with my brothers while watching the local news on TV. … Read More»

Fighting for dreams: Danielle and her work in "Generating Life"

Brazilian activist Danielle Medeiro wrote two books about the history of slavery in Brazil. At the age of 13. … Read More»

Love Letter

Dear Mentor, … Read More»

Horizons - distant, but inspirational.

I believe in the understanding among people(s) and in the human capability for empathy, for putting oneself in the place of others and caring for what happens beyond our individual interests. … Read More»

Fear: another brick in the wall(s)

My city, Recife, was pointed in a research some years ago as the most dangerous in Brazil. This unfortunately reflects how my community is immersed in a routine of violence and vulnerability. … Read More»

More than a dream: social change as a real possibility

Although my life is yet a very short one - I am only 18 years old - I believe I have already had some intense experiences, I have met diverse people and I have been to both wonderful and horrible plac … Read More»

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