VIDEO: Valin Azooz, a dentist and a young leader in Iraq, comments on the power of storytelling and education as tools of empowerment for refugees in Iraq.
We are excited to launch this video page for women who prefer to speak their story rather than write it. We invite you to share YOUR story of overcoming the fears, beliefs, or circumstances that once held you back in any way. We know that your story can encourage and inspire many other women & girls.
We are very grateful to Elisa Gambino of One Productions for her excellent advice and tireless support, and we admire her commitment to the empowerment of women & girls in her personal and professional life. We also extend many thanks to Scott Hayes of Altera Web and to Michele Bires of Sefcik Productions for their work in bringing this video page to life.
VIDEO: Sharon D’Agostino talks with Elisa Gambino, One Production Place, about the stories women and girls can share on their path to empowerment.
VIDEO: Kelly Benning, Vice President the of The National Association of Friendship Centres in Canada, believes that stories can help create change. Kelly shares her thoughts about the...
VIDEO: Sise Sawaneh, from the Republic of the Gambia, discusses her advocacy to end female genital mutilation in this brief conversation with Elisa Gambino, One Production Place.
VIDEO: Mushairat Mamun shares her perspective on how stories can help make the world a better place in this short conversation with Elisa Gambino, One Production Place.
VIDEO: Angel Kharya of Girl Rising India explains to Elisa Gambino, One Production Place, how women and girls can inspire each other through sharing their stories.
VIDEO: Share YOUR personal triumphs on the path to empowerment, and remind other women and girls that they are not alone.
VIDEO: YOUR story DOES matter! It matters to you, it matters to us, and it matters to so many other women and girls who will be inspired by what you have to say.
VIDEO: Yes, YOU have an inspiring story to share! Check out this 45-second video that explains why…
VIDEO: Jannes historie om det å bli jordmor og at alle jenter kan bli akkurat det de ønsker med støtte fra dem hun har rundt seg.