What are you passionate about?
I am passionate about making human rights a lived reality for all people, but especially for children. I am also passionate about gender equality and Indigenous issues.
What do you enjoy about being on GYAP?
I enjoy working with young people from across the world. The diversity of knowledge and perspectives on the GYAP is invaluable. Being on the GYAP is an incredible opportunity.
Why is GYAP important?
The GYAP is important because it reflects Plan International's commitment to working with young people as equal partners. By having a Global Youth Advisory Panel, Plan International recognises that youth must be consulted about the decisions that affect the organisation.Overall, I feel that the GYAP demonstrates Plan International's willingness to include youth at all levels of decision-making.