Public Speaker, Girl Scout leader, and advocate for Global Sustainable Development Goals
Zaineb Dahmoul is a youth advocate with the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS), based in M’saken, Tunisia. She speaks Arabic, French and English.
“Preserving and fighting for girls rights today has become a necessity. Girls should have their rights to feel free and independent, to shine and work as an independent individual”
Zaineb is a national spokesperson and advocate for the promotion of the global sustainable development goals (SDGs). She has been a leader in launching advocacy campaigns across Tunisia, speaking to groups of young women and men on gender equality and the issues surrounding this topic in her country.
Zaineb is a Business Studies student, member of TIMUN (Tunisian International Model United Nations), volunteer for the Tunisian Future Leaders project, and works directly on the international Scouting partnership between Tunisia and Denmark.
She runs regular programmes with youth groups, as a Girl Scout leader with Les Scouts Tunisiens, on the importance of freedom of speech, the elimination of sexual harassment and gender-based violence, climate activism and consumerism.
Ask Zaineb about:
-Action on Sustainable Development Goal 5 – gender equality
-The future for gender equality in Tunisia
-Prevention and elimination of gender-based violence