Liberian peace activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee relates two moving and powerful stories from her life and work and of the untapped potential of girls all over the world. Leymah Gbowee is credited with leading a women's peace movement that brought the Second Liberian Civil War to an end in 2003. Relating it to the horrors of rape and child prostitution that is a reality for many young girls in Liberia, Leyman Gbowee discusses her passion for helping young girls, whether they be from Africa or America or Japan, fulfill their dreams of an education.
Leymah Gbowee's inspiring work in Liberia and worldwide is highlighted in this captivating and highly moving talk that serves as a reminder that there is a phenomenal amount of untapped potential in girls around the world.
Unlocking the Potential of Girls
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Life as a Classroom
Value and Self-Worth
Empowering The Female Gender
Women and Conflict Reconciliation
Women and the Economy
Leymah Gbowee Keynotes
The Leymah Gbowee speeches are moving and captivating, as she explores her work as a Liberian peace...