Youth Faces of the World - Meet Ayesha, a Global citizen
The world is my country, all mankind are my brethren, and to do good is my religion"
I'm Ayesha Tariq Ali and I believe we all are beautiful butterflies, owning the world with our chaos. In the previous years, I have been honored to be a part of the Royal Commonwealth Society . In 2016, I was awarded a Silver Award in the Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition for my poetry entitled "Let Them In". As a simultaneous International Youth Representative and a keen follower of the UN's Youth and General assemblies, I have always been affected by the refugee crisis and other issues disrupting world peace.
In the middle of the chaos, youth matters. We are after all, the future. Keeping that in mind, I am proud to be a part of the tides of Youth Power seen globally. I am interested in women empowerment, For Every Child campaigns, the refugee crisis, and other movements.
The recent mental health awareness campaigns worldwide caught my attention, and I have been a mental health activist since then. Mental health is just only beginning to be accepted on the front lines alongside physical health, but the progress has been amazing. Youth has been a larger part of this awareness, and seeing this actually opened up a new door for me to pursue. 'I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.'- Mother Theresa
I am currently pursuing my bachelors in Applied Psychology, and I aim to become a clinical psychologist. Studying psychology is not only interesting; it changes your perspective of the world.To propagate psychology, I have recently introduced the "Soulfully, A Butterfly" project, currently available on sites like the UN's Voices of Youth (VOY). Try discovering it, to butterfly your way to success!
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