GSDR Community of Practice
About 10 highly motivated professionals working on the implementation of the 2030 Agenda in their respective countries took the opportunity to enhance their network, expand their capacities and further work on systemic approaches. They have joined the GSDR Community of Practice (CoP) as follow-up to the Regional Workshop for Latin America and the Caribbean on the Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR). The CoP held its kick-off session on February 23rd, 2021 and second meeting on the 26th of March. The GSDR CoP will join the GLAC Community and utilize its platform for further exchange.
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The Global Leadership Academy enables change on a personal, organisational and systemic level.
Our community members transfer insights and innovations into their home contexts in manifold ways: Through change projects, new cooperations, innovative leadership and much more.
"You don’t have to wait to be appointed as a leader. The impact of your work makes you a leader," says Irum Ahsan, a trained lawyer and Advisor at the Asian Development Bank. She initiated the transformation of legal courts & procedures to fight gender-based violence in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Hussein Ahmed Wolle is a social entrepreneur and activist with 15 years’ experience in the Afar region, one of the most unstable and poor regions in Ethiopia. In his new project Hussein is guided by the vision of safety for children and women and a smuggling- and trafficking-free Ethiopia in 10 years.
Hellen Tanyinga Lunkuse Waiswa is the founder and executive director of Rape Hurts Foundation (RHF). Being a victim of Gender Based Violence herself, she has dedicated her life to creating a world in which women and children are able to realize their full potential.
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Dr. Ajay Tejasvi, Collaborative Leadership for Development, The World Bank