YouTube in cooperation with the United Nations appointed seven women ambassadors to support gender equality issues




He entered the YouTube partnership for a year with the United Nations Organization in order to provide an opportunity for creative women in the field of content creation on YouTube to be the first “ambassadors of change” in support of gender equality issues. Where he was appointed seven women ambassadors of change in support of this issue , which constitutes one of the ” Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations . ”

This partnership aims first of its kind to support the Women ‘s Forum on YouTube to coincide with the imminent celebration of the International Women ‘s Day which falls on March 8 every year. These women and girls will represent the voice of their generation in the United Nations, and will work to attract followers and enlist their support to address relevant gender equality important issues.

On this occasion, Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube: ” I have always shaped YouTube a unique platform for women of different ages and cultural backgrounds an opportunity to express their voices and tell their stories and their experiences inspiring she said. And we will contribute through a new partnership with the United Nations in support of a woman ‘s voice on YouTube and the world. ”

The first group includes the initiative “Ambassadors of Change” on a prominent female figures on YouTube.

Haile Ghazal Syria / United Arab Emirates

And Ingrid Nelson , United States

Jackie Aena United States

Yuya and Mexico

Comes Ferreira , Brazil

And Louise Pentland United Kingdom

And Chika Yoshida , Japan

Where these women will play positive roles by example within their communities and among Mtabaihn on YouTube, and through the establishment of videos are raising awareness about the fight against discrimination against women and girls.

Commenting on the selected part of a group “ambassadors of change,” Haile Ghazal, the famous Syrian content creator said on YouTube and resident in the Emirate of Dubai of the United Arab Emirates: “It is very nice to international organizations realize such as the United Nations that YouTube embraces strong community of female characters leading from the various communities around the world. This site has helped me to raise my voice loud and delivery of letters through the post videos on the topics of beauty and fashion. Also it succeeded over the years to build a broad base of followers who I can communicate with them on topics of culture and issues of concern to every woman. ”

For his part, Tommy Mitchell, director of the “United Nations campaign on the Millennium Development Goals, said:” I assured 193 countries around the world committed to making gender equality a top priority, during the signing of the agenda of sustainable development in September. And contribute to the United Nations campaign on the Millennium Development Goals in support of those goals, as well as cooperation with YouTube to host seven of the most important figures of women in the Millennial Generation and who we hope to cooperate with them to convert that influence into concrete help to build capabilities in the United Nations steps. ”


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