I am one out of millions of South Sudanese women, I can never represent all South Sudanese women but maybe many South Sudanese women can identify with my experiences.


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ABOUT ME

Aluel Atem is a Development Economist with passion for Gender and Conflict Transformation. She is an African Feminist who believes change is not only limited to offline and in-person engagements. Media too is an effective tool for social change. She utilises every space she occupies to initiate and, or challenge narratives that reinforce gender sterotypes 

 

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