Archive | January 2016

#EducateAGirl #EAGNigeria: A Platform to Empower Girls Though Training in Media Studies & Journalism.

Educate a Girl #EAGNigeria #TogetherWeAreTransformingLives

Social Diary
24-30 January 2016
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Thank you to Pakistan ObserverSadia Zahid MalikMaliha Waqas for this lovely spread on this important cause. —(As shared on FB by T.U Dawood)

A more detailed report of the EAGNigeria Summit to follow shortly…
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‪#‎POETRY4Change‬: Using The Arts to Create Social Change.

POETRY4Change - CHILDREN & RESPECT

#‎POETRY4Change‬ ‪#‎StandingTogether‬ ‪#‎Getting2TheRootCauses‬ 

#‎DomesticAbuse‬ ‪#‎DomesticViolence‬ ‪#‎SexualAssaultAndHarrassment‬

In a very small voice, she says: ‘Who will believe me?’ ‘I am nobody’. ‘I made mistakes too.’ ‘I’m ashamed’, ‘I sent my pictures’, ‘I sexted’, ‘I accepted money’, ‘I was afraid’, ‘I was a virgin, he forced me’, ‘I’ve never been kissed and he sullied my lips’, ‘People think I’m over reacting’, ‘I respect him’, ‘He’s my spouse/friend/mentor”, ‘He’s very influential’, ‘He threatened me not to speak about it’, ‘I’ve have a rough past, no one will believe me’, ‘He’s a famous pastor, politician, singer, writer, entrepreneur’, ‘I’ve don’t want to put myself out there’….

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Stuck in a procrastination rut? How to get more from a 4-hour work day!

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Are you stuck in the procrastination rut? #‎TakeEmpoweredActionToday

Here are some highlights from ‪#‎WWNLeadershipMastermindCall on Sunday, January 10, 2016. (Topic: ‘How to  build new habits and do more with a 4-hour workday’):

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#PostcardsFromAfrica: Channel 4 Reports on the Nigerian “Repats”:-)

I saw this article (and video) on channel 4 about the Brain-Gain phenomenon happening in Nigeria and simply had to share! Africa’s Youth hold her future success in their hands. Looking forward to the next 10 to 20 years. Interesting times ahead.

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WWN™ Reflections: Baga On My Mind. #UNITEDAgainstTerrorism.

BAGA on my mind: A year ago, more than 2000 people were killed by Terrorist group Boko Haram in Baga, North-Eastern Nigeria. This year we hear of the Dasuki arms (corruption) ‘yams-sharing’ deal. Hmmmnnn, I’d like to think that I do not wish people evil and yet when a great crime has been committed, (against innocent children, men, women, soldiers), should we not ask ask the heavens to strike all those who benefited from our common wealth?

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Week #1. WWN Reflections by JulietKego: We cannot afford to settle for the status quo.

‪‎Reflections by @JulietKego‬: With the dawn of the new year, I am convinced more and more of what exactly I want my gifts, talents, skills, abilities, time and resources to be channeled towards. I am grateful for/to everyone who’s held my hands and lit up my path. There’s so much beauty and ugliness in the world. Each day, with each breath, we get a chance to choose which side of the human axis we want to play and live in. Every choice offers different limitations and possibilities.

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Rest in Peace, Nathalie Marie King Cole (February 6, 1950 – December 31, 2015)

 Nathalie Maria King Cole (February 6, 1950 – December 31, 2015). May her soul Rest in Peace, Amen.

#‎CelebratingNathalieColesLifeAndMusic‬ I remember watching the video of her classic heart-tugging, beautiful, yet bitter-sweet duet with her late father, the great Nat King Cole.

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