Key findings from the Mobilising Young Women's Leadership and Advocacy in Asia and the Pacific Project
Videos from the 2017 Supporting Young Women's Leadership Workshop
International Women’s Development Agency (IWDA), Monash Gender, Peace and Security Centre (Monash GPS) and World YWCA co-hosted a collaborative workshop on exploring the approaches to, and impact of, Young Women’s Leadership in the Asia-Pacific. The purpose of the workshop was to provide the opportunity for young women leaders, academic researchers, policy makers and the NGO community to share experiences and knowledge of supporting and understanding young women’s leadership and the impact it has on building strong communities.
Young Women Can Also Change the World
By Ernestina Barros De Andrade and Maria Filomena Soares Abrantes from Timor-Leste, Nirmala Gurung from Nepal, and Dorin Swarupa Indira from Bangladesh
By Lisa Gascoigne from Australia, Naw Hser Hser from Myanmar, Sahanika Rajapakse from Sri Lanka and Sea Lihoung and Sen Chanthou from Cambodia
By Naomi Avah-Ghittrah Woyengu, Florence Naina and Clara Opur from Papua New Guinea, Betty Sam from Solomon Islands and Taiti Tusiane Peni from Samoa