Current role as a [Executive Manager]at [National Forum for Human Rights], I have been responsible for [I rode led human rights defense operations and provided legal advocacy and legal aid over the past 15 years. His work has moved him across 22 Yemeni governorates to help victims of violations and those affected by armed conflict and forced displacement, and he participated in the operations of the National Forum for Human Rights in Yemen, which has worked over the past 15 years to advocate for tens of thousands of victims of violations, whether from Yemenis or refugees and migrants fleeing from Somalia and Ethiopia Towards Yemen in Fragile Boats As Executive Director of the National Forum, Khaled Ayesh was an outstanding witness to the difficult political challenges that emerged for the National Forum throughout this process, not only in their relationship to successive Yemeni governments, but also in dealing with civil society bitterly divided by discussions about the war circuit in Yemen. Lhave I have gained over 15 years’ experience in program management with non-profit organizations and international organizations working in Yemen, including the policy of human rights programs, protection, rule of law and performance management, I also played an active role in the National Forum for Human Rights through administrating 29 programs and projects in the field of monitoring violations, providing protection and advocating for victims. as well as coordinating the implementation of (58) training workshops with (1682) participants, holding (114) field meetings with (21980) participants, establishing ( 21) symposiums attended by (2429) participants, and the implementing (12) field awareness campaigns targeting (790,218) males and females. I am also a member of a number of local, regional and international networks, the most important of which are: 1- SP2022 Ambassador 2- eLife Community Ambassador for the year 2022 3- Membership in the Yemeni Network for Human Rights 4- A member of our SBA small business community 5- A member of Amnesty International 6- A member of the Cochrane Collaboration 7- Membership in the global legal empowerment network 8- Membership in the alliance to build peace 9- Membership in the network of Arab civil society organizations 10- Membership in the small business community SBA 11- Membership in the "Science to Politics" program (S2PA) at the International Center – Canada 12- Membership in the International Research Alliance
A public/international affairs and global development strategist with 20+ years of robust experience. A determined complex problem-solver, solution-focused, who generates spots, and applies innovative models and best practices; possessing a highly inter-and multi-disciplinary expertise. Having worked for the Greek Government, international organizations, NGOs, consulting firms, EU projects, and leading private financial institutions. Now a founder and CEO of Beyondcsr and a Sustainopreneur. As a Sustainable Development/ESG expert, Pavlina brings Sustainopreneurship -Innovation along the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)- to her work, producing a positive, measurable tangible impact through novel economic and business models, harnessing the power of cutting-edge technologies. Fields of expertise: ESG/Responsible Lobbying, Governance and Social Affairs in Public, International organizations, governments, and banking institutions; Public Policy, Sustainable & Open Innovation, ITC Policy, and Ethics. Consumer issues: Business to Citizen/Consumer, Sustainable Consumption, Circular Economy. Indicative areas of work: Foreign and EU Affairs, Social & Immigration Policy, Banking & Finance, CSR, Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Fashion Industry, Humanitarian Aid, ITC, Community & Capacity Building, Public-Private -Projects (PPP), Consumer Issues, Communications. Excellent knowledge of EU decision-making processes, politics & policies of the geopolitical and economic landscape of the EMEA region. Possesses an international mentality and an excellent international diplomatic, media, business & third sector network. For more info https://www.linkedin.com/in/pavlina-proteou-25b4b21/
Multicultural professional with several years of experience in the design, implementation, and management of international initiatives aimed to empower diverse groups worldwide. He is an expert at creating strategic partnerships and securing collaborations efforts across sectors. As Director of NGLCC Global Division, Erasmo works with LGBT chambers of commerce worldwide to share best practices, lessons learned, and create engagement opportunities with stakeholders from the international corporate and public sector, and multilateral organizations to advance supplier diversity initiatives, create awareness for diversity and inclusion (D&I) matters, and support the growth of LGBTI-owned small and medium enterprises (SME’s). Erasmo has also conducted qualitative research work at the Brookings Institution, one of the world's leading Think Tanks, where his portfolio focused on analyzing illegal economic activities, sociopolitical challenges, energy, and security matters throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, Middle East, East Africa, and South East Asia. Erasmo holds a Master of Science in Business and Financial Economics from the University of Greenwich in London where he resided for a few years. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. He is originally from Lima, Peru and is fluent in English and Spanish.
Ken leads Age International’s policy and influencing work in the UK and internationally on issues affecting older people in lower and middle-income countries. Ken's team focuses on government relations, parliamentary work, research, and building relationships with stakeholders who have a policy interest in ageing and international development. Ken has worked in policy and influencing for over 30 years with a wide range of NGOs, including: ACORD, CIIR, VSO and The Water Dialogues. He is on the Board of Directors of CommonAge and was previously Chair of the Global Alliance for the Rights of Older People (GAROP).
Co -Founder and head of Improve Your Society Organization IYSO, it’s a Yemeni a non-governmental independent organization focus on peace building, Youth empowerment, promote good governance and studies & Searches, its vision is to become leadership in peace building and spread culture of justice and democracy. Researcher and expert in local development, with interests in the field of build peace. More than10 years of experience in civic work with local CSOs and INGOs, conducting studies and analysis of local contexts and conflict in Yemen, and experience in design peacebuilding and youth civic engagement programs.
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Dr Mohamed Eltawabty
Member of the official youth department , YOUNGO UNFCCC And The UN1FY TeamYour
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Paul Kilimi Wanda
Teacher of English language and Literature in English, Holy Cross Lake View SS, Wanyange
Glad to share with you about myself. I am a teacher of English language and Literature in English. I love reading and writing. I also love editing. I passionately love advising the youth/adolescents. Although I am not active in the politics of our country, Uganda, I am incessantly disturbed the way local leaders misuse the readily available resources. I imagine they would certainly do better! My experience as a teacher of English language and Literature in English has exposed me to various young people in our country, Uganda. Whereas some learners could easily conceptualize academic concepts 10 years ago, today majority of the learners exhibit lots of challenges in conceptualizing academic concepts. It is a very disturbing trend! The reason for this mediocrity in learning could be attributed to effects of academics. Most academics in our country, Uganda, are not fairing well. Their socio - economic status in the community is not only wanting but also deplorable, shaming and pitiful. It is a scenario where you find a typical illiterate, doing petty business but far better than an academic with illustrative degree certificates. I believe, this is what is demeaning academics in our society. The young people imagine it is NOT worthy studying.... This is so disturbing.... I do not know what holds for the future....... wpkilimi Kilimi Wanda Paul +256751836367 +256772836367