The Global Shapers Community is a network of hubs developed and led by young people who are exceptional in their potential, their achievements and their drive to make a contribution to their communities.
While citizens of Pune, India were busy preparing for Diwali festivities with their families, the Pune Hub decided to celebrate the work of the Regional Transport Office & Pune Police, who devote themselves to improving safety for citizens of their city.
Read more about the Pune Hub's "Shapers Salute", and how they put a smile on the face of over 100 public safety officers, by following the link below.
Pravin Nikam of the Pune Hub will be attending the upcoming India Economic Summit in New Delhi. Follow the hashtag #shapersIN to find out more.
With the spotlight on South Asia in the lead up to the India Economic Summit, we are pleased to introduce the Global Shapers who will be representing Sri Lanka at the event: Sharanya Sekaram and Anoka Abeyrathne, both from the Colombo Hub.
"Water Changes Everything” is a key project undertaken by their Hub to assist those living in desperate conditions. Learn more about the initiative and stories of courage and persistence by following the link below. #ShapersIN #35D35F
As part of 35 Days 35 Facts (#35D35F) , let's find out some more about the Global Shapers who will be attending the World Economic Forum's India Economic Summit (#ShapersIN).
Aditi Gupta is a Shaper from the Ahmedabad Hub who, through her initiative Menstrupedia, uses storytelling and sequential art for educating young girls about menstruation in a society where the subject is a major taboo. Find out more about Aditi and the important work that she does at globalshapers.org
Aditi Gupta | World Economic Forum: Global Shapers globalshapers.org Aditi is a social entrepreneur working towards spreading awareness about menstruation through her initiative Menstrupedia. She is a User experience Designer. As a Ford Foundation research Scholar she has conducted extensive research in understanding the scenario of menstrual unawareness in India and…
This is the number of Hubs that are currently established in South Asia. Is there a Hub in your city? Find out by going to www.globalshapers.org.
If you are a potential Shaper and would like to apply to be part of a Hub, please go to www.globalshapers.org/apply. All selections are done at a local level so please reach out to the Hub via our website with any questions you may have #35D35F #ShapersIN