ECOSOC delegate Chau Nguyen: CrowdInk Contributor

In her recent article, ECOSOC delegate and Swinburne University of Technology student Chau Nguyen talks about what consumers can do to help improve the lives of women working in the textiles industry. You can read the full article on the CrowdInk website here or by copying the following URL into your browser http://bit.ly/chau-empowerwomen

Global Voices 2016 UN ECOSOC High-level Political Forum delegates meet with Sonia Smallacombe. Ms. Smallacombe currently works as a Social Affairs Officer with the Secretariat of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and is based in New York. (L-R) Riley McAuliffe (Global Voices Environment & Sustainability Program Manager), Amy Plant (Central Queensland University), Ms Smallacombe and Chau Nguyen (Swinburne).

Global Voices 2016 UN ECOSOC High-level Political Forum delegates meet with Sonia Smallacombe. Ms. Smallacombe currently works as a Social Affairs Officer with the Secretariat of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and is based in New York. (L-R) Riley McAuliffe (Global Voices Environment & Sustainability Program Manager), Amy Plant (Central Queensland University), Ms Smallacombe and Chau Nguyen (Swinburne).

Chau recently returned from the UN ECOSOC High-level Political Forum in New York. You can read her research on empowering women in the textiles industry in the 'Research' section of our website.

Chau's place to UN ECOSOC was made available through the support of our partners Swinburne University of Technology and Qantas Airways.