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Conversation with Kizanne James, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Advocate Interview

In Conversation with Kizanne James

Let us introduce you to Kizanne James. Kizanne is a physician from Trinidad & Tobago working on reproductive health and rights. In this conversation with Girls’ Globe, Kizanne speaks about the challenges she has faced as a woman – and especially as a black woman

interview with Girls' Globe, Tasneem Kakal navigating public space as a young woman

In Conversation with Tasneem Kakal

Tasneem Kakal from India talks to Girls’ Globe about her experience of navigating and claiming public space as a young woman.

In Conversation With Winfred Ongom

Winfred Ongom from Uganda talks to Girls’ Globe about her experience of being a young woman working on sexual & reproductive health issues.

Watch This! Why we amplify the voices of women and girls

At Girls’ Globe, we amplify the voices of women and girls from around the world. Voices that don’t always have a space. Voices that need to be heard. The Girls’ Globe network spans more than 35 countries, raising the voices of girls, women and organizations

What Midwives Need in their Communities

At the 31st International Confederation of Midwives Triennial Congress in Toronto, Canada, we had the opportunity to interview midwives enrolled in the Young Midwifery Leaders (YML) program. We asked them about what needs midwives have in their community, and the change that they want to see.

Young Midwifery Leaders on Midwives’ Needs

During the ICM Congress we had the opportunity to meet and talk to some of the midwives enrolled in the Young Midwifery Leaders (YML) program. They were all eager to share their thoughts on midwives’ needs in their respective communities, such as more support and

Franka Cadée Calls for Midwives to Take Action

”All midwives here know when it’s time to breathe and when it’s time to push. This is our time to push!” Franka Cadée, the new President of the International Confederation of Midwives closed the 31st Triennial Congress by addressing midwives from around the world with

Meet Wynter Oshiberu – Girls’ Globe Blogger from USA

Wynter Oshiberu has had a deep curiosity for languages and cultures from a very young age, and as she grew older her curiosity has blossomed into an appreciation for the mutual interests that individuals from various backgrounds share. Her recommendations for global leaders is to

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