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OCP 10h
In this interview with Estelle Youssouffa, shares her big idea for Africa's youth. Watch the video to find out and share your thoughts in the replies!
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GBCEducation 16h
Make sure to follow 's Head of Youth Engagement and Skills, , as she talks about closing the skills gap at
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Jamira Burley 16h
To be a child of the African diaspora, in a place that until recently didn’t claim Africa as it’s home. The impact of colonization runs deep. It has forced us all to find refuge in places…
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Jamira Burley 21h
“Peace is often viewed in the aftermath of war... better known as negative peace” Youssef Mahmoud, Senior Adviser, International Peace Institute.
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Jamira Burley 21h
“What are the bridges that can be built to ensure human centered peace” Youssef Mahmoud, Senior Adviser, International Peace Institute.
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OCP 21h
"I invite you to revisit the way we analyse choke points. We shouldn't focus only on the negative points, but we should highlight what we have!" Youssef Mahmoud, Senior Adviser, International Peace Institute.
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Jamira Burley 21h
Honored to join in conversations with leaders from around the globe, representing more than 80 different nationalitie to help find solutions across the atlantic and build bridges for collaboration.
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Jamira Burley Dec 12
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GBCEducation Dec 12
More than 1 per cent of people across the planet right now are caught up in major humanitarian crises. Many are without access to education. International actors need to act now because
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Mary-Pat C. Hector Dec 11
Where are the ‘allies’ when we begin to acknowledge issues/events impacting women of color? was a victim of child sex trafficking and rape. 71% of victims are women and girls. More than 50% of human trafficking victims are sexually exploited!
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Brittany Packnett Dec 11
I’m very afraid to think about what would have happened to had that video of her assault not been made & gone viral. We out here depending on camera phones and strangers to stay alive. In 2018. That ain’t freedom.
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Jamira Burley Dec 11
Replying to @Abenaa46 @LinkedIn
😍🤗thanks
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Abenaa Nyatah Dec 11
"Four ways to empower the next generation of change-makers" by on ⁦
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GBCEducation Dec 11
To all who participated in the with and - thank you! For more information about 's work in closing the youth skills gap, read our report:
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Jamira Burley Dec 11
Replying to @AstridBijou
That’s why we can’t leave government out, also we can think about curriculum beyond the “official classroom” to consider after school programs and summer programs.
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Deloitte Dec 11
We hope this chat sparked some thoughts around . If you or someone you know has a great idea for addressing : Quality Education, we want to hear about it! Applications for close on 5 January. Learn more here:
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Deloitte Dec 11
Special thanks to our guest and co-host & , and special guests, , & . We loved having you on the chat today.
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Jamira Burley Dec 11
Thanks for allowing me to participate and s/o to everyone who took time out of their busy schedules to join the conversation. It's going to take all of us to make sure no child is forgotten.
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