Mirian Akuaba De-Souza is 28 years old and a Ghanaian born – Togolese. She had her secondary education at Mawuli Senior High School in Ho-Ghana. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work (major) with Sociology from the University of Ghana . She is currently studying for a Master’s in Public Sector Management at the Ghana Institute for Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).
Mirian is the Youth Coordinator for Ghana Conference of Religions For Peace (GCRP), Ghana- affiliate of Religions For Peace International, where she is responsible for coordinating and implementing youth activities from all the nine component body that formed the GCRP.
Mirian is highly passionate about issues affecting the vulnerable, especially children and the aged. She is more curious and very aflame when dealing with these issues. Mirian worked with the Commission on Human Rights And Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) during her national service . She also had internships with the Department of Social Welfare (LEKMA) and More Hope For Disabled Foundation. Mirian developed her passion for peace work after her undergraduate study. She is a member of the International Youth Committee (IYC) of Religions for Peace International – Global Interfaith Youth Network (GIYN) , where she represents the West Africa region. She engages in global advocacy and action for youth-led multi-religious cooperation in areas of peace, human rights, security among others. She is also, a member of the African Interfaith Youth Network (AIYN). As a youth leader, she recognizes her role as a human rights and Peace advocate at the local, national, regional and international level to engage and mobilize youth from all interfaith networks to champion this cause to ensure social justice and sustainable peace. She aspires to be a International Human Rights Expert. Mirian loves reading and researching
on Human Right issues during her leisure time.
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