Yuliana Nike Ndaumanu Successfully Became One of the Delegates for the UN Women Conference in New York

Yuliana Nike Ndaumanu or Nike became one of the delegates from AIESEC International at the 67th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW67), UN Women Conference at the United Nations headquarters, New York from 6 to 17 March. AIESEC is known as one of the largest youth-led organizations in the world, this organization also develops leadership and facilitates youth through membership and exchange opportunities for youth.

Nike is the only delegate from Indonesia for AIESEC International at the UN Women Conference. On this occasion, Nike participated and celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8 with delegates from various other countries which will be held directly in the UN headquarters room.

The focus of this year’s CSW67 was education in the digital age and the intersection of technology transformation and innovation. Over the course of the next two weeks, participants from all over the world, including UN representatives, government officials, activists, members of civil society, and youth organizations will take part in this activity. These activities examined at a deeper level how gender equality, empowerment, and sustainable development can be achieved in the current digital era.

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Participants at CSW67 had the chance to take part in discussions. Topics that are still being practiced in order to demonstrate how technology could help create a future where social norms changes, online harassment stops, women’s voices are amplified, algorithmic biases stops from persisting, and the benefits of digitization.

Nike is a Master of Public and International Affairs student at the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, class of 2024, with a specialization in International Political Economy. Previously, Nike completed his undergraduate studies at Brawijaya University in 2018 with a focus on Communication Studies and Public Relations.

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