Voices of Youth from Asia-Pacific | 2018
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At least 750 million of young persons live in Asia and the Pacific. Their active involvement, participation and voice is essential to achieve gender equality. UN Women’s Youth’s Voice is an open space for young people in the region to express themselves and contribute with their ideas and enthusiasm to build a fairer and more equitable world for all.
Mahwish Afridi, a bloger from Pakistan shares with us her story about "Acid: A weapon of choice to keep women and girls ‘in their place’"... Read more on her blog
Chitsanupong Nithiwana, Thailand
Chitsanupong, a Thai transwoman who dream is to become an international journalist supporting LGBT rights... Read more on her blog
Nouf AlJahdami, United Arab Emirates
Nouf, a humanist and a scholar of security and global studies with an emphasis on media... Read more on her blog
Ranjita, a former intern in UN Women Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific... Read more on her blog
Moh, a global studies student in Bangkok... Read more on her blog
Cee, an indepent writer who lives in Asia... Read more on her blog
Tanyalak Thongyoojaroen, Thailand
Tanyalak, a young feminist and human right activist who advocates for Gender Equality and she loves sports and out door activities... Read more on her blog