Felogene Anumo is a female activist based in Kenya, who served as a panelist during the just concluded 7th UNESCO Youth Forum in Paris. Drawing from her experience working as a youth activist and her work at *Women in Law and Development in Africa, Felogene shares her views on the different barriers militating against women participation in politics, especially in Kenya. She encourages youth and young women to focus on how to create job opportunities for themselves instead of seeking job employment. Read the full interview below:
*Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF) Kenya is a registered Pan-African, Non-Partisan, Non-Governmental Organization that works to promote and strengthen strategies which link law and development to promote a culture for the exercise of and respect for women’s human rights in Africa. WiLDAF works to promote women’s human and legal rights and the active participation of women in development at all levels. Our ideas and vision for existence are anchored on the values of gender equity and equality, social justice and fair representation.
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