Amos@5: Listen up: Stories beyond shame with Catherine Mongella, Masuma Ahuja and Jane Walker

Join us for Episode 8 of our Amos@5 webinar series when we’ll be joined by Catherine Mongella, Masuma Ahuja and Jane Walker to discuss why so many girls and young women’s lives are dominated by shame.

Amos@5: Listen up: Stories beyond shame with Catherine Mongella, Masuma Ahuja and Jane Walker

Episode 8 of our Amos@5 webinar series features Catherine Mongella and Masuma Ahuja in conversation with Amos trustee Jane Walker. 

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Listen up: Stories beyond shame
Thursday 11th June at 5pm BST

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Many girls and young women’s lives are dominated by shame, deliberately silenced or given no opportunity to talk about their experiences. Amos trustee and sexual health specialist Jane Walker will be in conversation with Catherine Mongella, Director of Amos partner Cheka Sana in Tanzania, on their pioneering work with girls and young women on the streets of Tanzania, We’ll also be joined by award-winning journalist on girlhood, Masuma Ahuja. 

Catherine Mongella, executive Director of Cheka Sana in Tanzania.

Independent journalist Masuma Ahuja.

Jane Walker, pubic health consultant and Amos trustee.

Catherine Mongella is the Executive Director of Cheka Sana, Amos' partner in Mwanza, Tanzania. She recently became director after 6 years in the senior team at Cheka Sana.

Masuma Ahuja is an independent journalist who covers gender, power and politics, and human rights around the world. She is the author of GIRLHOOD, a book documenting the lives of 30 teenage girls in 27 countries, to be published February 2021 by Algonquin Books. Masuma's work has been published in the BBC, Public Radio International, the New Yorker, and other. Previously, she was a producer at CNN and national digital editor at The Washington Post.

Jane Walker has been running her own consultancy business since 1997, working as a management consultant in the public/voluntary sector, mainly in the area of Public Health, with a focus on substance misuse, sexual health and children and young people. She has been an Amos trustee for two years.

Simply click here to register or on the blue button above and sign-up. You will receive an email with details of how to join on the day, including a reminder the day before and an hour before the start time. Registration is free.

We will record and film each of the sessions so that we can make them all available for those that aren’t able to join us on the day.  

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For a while now we’ve been discussing the idea of hosting a series of online webinars — conversations with our partners and friends from around the world. During this time of lockdown, we thought it was more important than ever to continue to talk about the issues that all our partners face, particularly in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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