Quick Bio – View my blog here
|University education||Universite de Sofonia – Conakry
Concentration: History and International Relations
|I am||Concerned citizen|
|Areas of interest||Leadership|
I am passionate about
From a young age, I was attracted to reading, which challenged me. It pushed me to work especially with youth groups to discuss current affairs and problems, but also to inspire and change the lives of young people (helping them with training and challenges related to their employment). The greatest achievement of my experiences is the Children’s Parliament of Guinea where I was President in December 2005 in April 2010. I am passionate about children and gender issues.
After my studies in licensing, I would like to specialize in International Relations in a high-profile university in order to have a PhD in this field. I use this training to work in an international context but purely humanitarian (as the voice of the voiceless, namely women and children). International Relations is the set of relations (economic, social, political …) as between sovereign states – looking at international society. But to consolidate these relations, we need everyone of us to be restored in terms of human rights and advocating equality between people everywhere. Representing the vulnerable and to listen, helps to externalize their pain and their needs, something that is the foundation for sustainable development. This strategy is an approach based on humanitarian ties between the secular nations. My work has also focused on the area of female genital mutilation and children’s participation here in Guinea.