Mariam Mikadze


Children’s rights must be protected and every child must have an opportunity to thrive, despite their ethnicity, social class, gender, religion or nationality. Therefore, following my studies in Psychology and Economics, I worked with UNICEF Uzbekistan for social policy and child protection, and at the Headquarters of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN, for child labour prevention and decent employment in rural areas. Simultaneously, I have voluntarily worked with NGOs, to increase access to education in Malawi, support homeless children and women in Boston, and facilitate registration and housing of refugees in Greece. I am studying this MPP to seek bottom-up approaches to policy developments, bridge frontline and policy action, and stimulate innovation in public policy. I focus on child protection, social services, sustainable livelihoods, and refugee protection and integration – for humanitarianism, human rights, and equality. I embrace the diversity and global vision of the BSG.

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