What does it look like when people rise to the challenge and tackle problems in their communities and around the world?
What does it look like when people rise to the challenge and tackle problems in their communities and around the world? Our first story highlights two gutsy women who are making strides towards gender equality in developing countries. Agnes Igoye trains law enforcement officers to counter human trafficking in Uganda and Quratulain Fatima was the first woman to join the Pakistan Airforce. They are both Aspen New Voices fellows. And who says young people can’t be leaders? In our second story, high school students in Philadelphia work with the Institute’s Aspen Challenge to develop projects that address critical issues in their communities, like poverty, nutrition, and cyberbullying.
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