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Magdalene, Philo

Magdalene, Philo

Youth Mentor, the POP Movement

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Youth Mentor, the POP Movement

Philo Magdalene has a Masters degree in Literary and Cultural Studies from the English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, where her thesis sought to understand the modern metropolitan imagination and urban exclusion. She has presented papers on contemporary literature, in addition to undergraduate research on ESL learning and teaching. Recipient of the AIDS 2020 Scholarship award, Philo Magdalene was recently selected to be the 2020 International AIDS Society Youth Ambassador from India. She is a Research Analyst at the Center for Human Progress, an organization that promotes health and human rights. Her engagement has been towards aiding the development process of WHO Consolidated Guideline on Self-Care Interventions for Sexual and Reproductive Health through community-oriented research, as she captured the intersectional vulnerabilities of high-risk populations in India. Through CHP, she has aided the Country Offices of UNAIDS and WHO in leading documentation of conferences focused on Universal Health Coverage and Sustainable Development Goals. Philo is also a Youth Mentor at the POP (Protect Our Planet) Movement, an organization that promotes youth-led climate action through knowledge and mentorship. She supported the implementation and documentation of the Second World Sustainable Development Forum in Durango, México.

ARTICLES BY THIS AUTHOR

Environmental Justice and Equity: An Exploration through the POP Movement   ( International Organizations ), ( Sustainable Development )
Get Full Text in PDF Abstract Environmental Justice, defined as “The fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies” (EPA), has been the object of study of this article in which it is shown how through the work of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), the problem of inequalities and problems that arise in the day for...