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One more step towards Gender Advocacy and Peace

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Qurratulayn Khan is a National & Media youth Ambassador, World Pulse Encourager and  as well as Marketing & Creative Director. She has a Masters in Languages and Culture and currently student of LAW & IR. Miss Khan is a Motivational speaker volunteer Activist, working across a broad spectrum of industries. She has mentored numerous girls and women to help them develop their personal, professional, and entrepreneurial skills. She have diversified into Research and Writing in Public International Law, Arbitration and Human Rights, besides Freelance Journalism. She works as a UN Volunteer, social development worker engaged in training and advocacy on gender and women's issues. Her work and advocacies revolve around empowering girls, women political and economic empowerment, environmental protection and sustainable development, specializing in Human Rights research in pertinence to issues in Asia she have worked extensively with grass root organizations that focus on women's rights. She took an initiative for civilian peacebuilding through storytelling. Her priority in life has been to speak out about what is being done to Gender. She wants to organize community which gives hope, believes and results. This is her dream coming true, which she holds with us for our successors. This is her purpose and passion, to creatively support and empower gender globally. She believes that; someday that the world will be an arena beset with Gender Equality, and until then, the fire in her stomach will continue to burn. "The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself" _F.N.







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