Let's Chat! Meet our Youth Leadership Council Members

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Global Fund for Children is committed to raising the voices of young people around the world. To achieve a more just society, youth must have the chance to be heard, to influence policies, programs, and institutions that impact their lives, and to access resources that enable them to lead lives with dignity and independence.

We proudly introduce our Youth Leadership Council, which serves in an advisory capacity to inform our strategy, as GFC adopts a more youth-centered approach. On February 12, you will have the opportunity to engage directly with some of our members:

Antonina Lewandowska was cofounder of Te Tematy (That Subject), a youth advocate for sexual reproductive health and rights, and is currently a member of Grupa Ponton the oldest Polish sex education collective. She has spoken at national and international conference on issues of sex education and women’s rights.

Mete Coban is chief executive of My Life My Say and Councillor for Stoke Newington in the London Borrough of Hackney. He is the youngest councilor ever elected in Hackney, and set up the All-Party Parliamentary Group on a Better Brexit for Young People

Nasra Ayub is a lead outreach worker with the youth led charity Integrate UK and an undergraduate education officer at the Bristol Students Union elected by the students. She has consulted many Ministers, including former and current Prime Minister, on empowering youth.

Sasha Alexandra Sternik is a third-year student from Moscow, Russia and intern with Global Fund for Children in London. She has started her own business, worked with refugees in Moscow, and served as a Model United Nations ambassador.

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