Mirabelle Morah

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The coronavirus pandemic and associated economic crisis has pushed policy-makers to consider radical approaches to re-shaping politics on a local and global level. While new…

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Join Mirabelle Morah at SEWF Digital to connect with thousands of leading social entrepreneurs, access world-class content and be part of the world’s biggest social enterprise conversation!

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Why is it important to give young people a space on the decision making table? Are youth ideas valued? And when young people aren’t given…

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What Do Young People Think About Social Media’s Role in Politics? Mirabelle Morah shares her opinion with Chatham House – The Royal Institute of International Affairs

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Mirabelle Morah was one of the speakers at the 2020 Dream Aligned Impact conference, where she encouraged youths to delve deeper into studying about great people, and taking action from all they have read.

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The Navigate Waiting Room is an online conference-styled event that inspires young people to be better while learning from the stories of others.

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Will we/the world change post-COVID? Listen to Mirabelle Morah share her thoughts on BBC Rethink Podcast alongside world thinkers such as the Dalai Lama

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“Salzburg is about the most beautiful city I’ve ever been to yet!” A riveting and incredible account of an intern’s growth & experiences, by Mirabelle Morah

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Meet Mirabelle Morah & Wadi Ben-Hirki; Two Young Women Paving the Path and Shaping the Future

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Spotlighted by the United Nations Foundation, Mirabelle’s work as an activist has allowed her to travel extensively. She is the Editor-in-Chief of BlankPaperz, an online platform where young Africans can share stories, speak out, and wield influence around issues in their communities.

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“Remember there are great but irrelevant opportunities on the way to success. Not everything that shines is gold so be careful …” Mirabelle writes

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This interview was originally published by Punch NewsPaper in commemoration of thInternational Women’s Day, 2020. “They should learn to network with people and remember that their friends can either make or mar them.”

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