WEL welcomes Yewayi Mushaya as our 28th intern from Bond University Faculty of Law and Society and Design

WEL welcomes Yewayi Mushaya as our 28th intern from Bond University Faculty of Law and Society and Design

Women Empowerment and Leadership welcomes #YewayiMushaya as our 28th intern from Bond University Faculty of Law and Society and Design

Bio

“Yewayi Mushaya is a dedicated student intern at Women Empowerment & Leadership.

With a strong commitment to addressing injustice, her passion for human rights has evolved through her academic pursuits. Yewayi envisions a future working for the African Union, striving to instigate effective change within her country’s political systems and promote stability across the continent to enhance the quality of life for its people.

Additionally, Yewayi aspires to lead humanitarian missions, focusing on educating young girls and equipping them with the tools needed for self-empowerment and expanded opportunities in their lives. She firmly believes in the value of personal development to ensure continual growth, even in her absence.

Yewayi Mushaya is currently completing her Bachelor of Law and International Relations at Bond University in her final year.

As a first-generation Zimbabwean immigrant, raised in Australia for 15 years, her unique perspective has ignited her passion for human rights, with a goal of contributing to a world where individuals choose to leave their home countries by choice, not necessity.”

Women Empowerment and Leadership looking forward to taking her experience to the next level through the leadership of Dr, Rita Anwari Sultani

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