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Ladybrille Woman Alum SARAN KABA JONES Speaks Alongside 2014 Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Satyarthi on ‘What Makes Civil Society Tick’

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Ladybrille Woman Alum SARAN KABA JONES Speaks Alongside 2014 Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Satyarthi on ‘What Makes Civil Society Tick’

Saran Kaba Jones Berlin Germany
Congratulations to Ladybrille Woman Alum, SARAN KABA JONES, who spoke alongside 2014 Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Satyarthi, among others, on the topic of ‘What Makes Civil Society Tick.’

The Ladybrille woman alum took to her social media pages to share the following:

“That proud moment when your panel with two Nobel Laureates is televised on Deutsche Welle TV Germany. And you kinda held your own. And your organization receives a $150,000 pledge from the Robert Bosche Foundation — which will go towards our work in Liberia. And you realize the work, though hard and challenging at times… is not in vain. Because if not you, then who?”

Indeed. Keep up the good job Saran.

Follow this link to watch Saran in action. 

“Special edition from the Robert Bosch Foundation conference in Berlin: Activists and advocates tell us what makes civil society tick. This year’s Nobel Peace Prize laureate Kailash Satyarthi joins 2006 Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus, Liberian social entrepreneur Saran Kaba Jones and former Polish ambassador Janusz Reiter in a panel discussion led by Brent Goff.

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Panelists in this edition

At the Robert Bosch Foundation conference in Berlin

Kailash Satyarthi, children’s rights activist and 2014 Nobel Peace laureate

Janusz Reiter, former Polish ambassador to Germany and the US

Saran Kaba Jones, clean water advocate and CEO of FACE Africa

Muhammad Yunus, Grameen Bank founder and winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize”

 

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