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#AVitalVoice: BILJANA DAKIC DORDEVIC

“I believe that civil society needs to develop a stronger advocacy role in representing the needs of real citizens, especially the most vulnerable groups in society. I want to strengthen their voices and make them heard. My personal vision is to build a society, brick by brick, based on love, solidarity and respect for one another.”

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Free Tep Vanny

Tep Vanny has been unjustly sentenced to two and a half years in prison in Cambodia. Find out what you can do to help Tep Vanny and her children.

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Vital Voices Global Partnership Announces New Board of Directors Chair and Members

Beth Brooke-Marciniak is Elected Chair and Geraldine Laybourne and Cindy Whitehead are Elected New Members to Nonprofit Board of Directors

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VV GROW In-Person Trainings

As we wrap up the in-person training portion of the VV GROW Fellowship, we are so honored to be able…

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A Note on the Global Freedom Exchange 2016

When I first got the call to say that I had been nominated for the Global Freedom Exchange I was…

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Australia Day 4 – Q&A with Ronna Pastorizo-Sekiguchi

Ronna Pastorizo-Sekiguchi is the managing and creative director of The Greenhouse Studio, a boutique multidisciplinary creative design and communications studio…

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Australia – The Power of Partnership

The Global Ambassadors Program, a Vital Voices and Bank of America partnership to support and train outstanding women leaders is…

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Helping Women Leaders in the Asia Pacific Region Find Their Voice

Imagine this: you’re an entrepreneur whose business has grown so quickly that you can barely keep up. You fundamentally believe…

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A Walk Across Two Continents

I’ve just returned from a power walk with Sbusisiwe Myeni, a dynamic Zulu woman I met in South Africa when…

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Australia Day 5 – Key Takeaways from the Week

Shocked by the number of plastic bottles that end up in the ocean every year, Brianne West channeled her outrage toward a solution.

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