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Decent working conditions
“We Are Listening”
Beyond The Price TagThe Untold StoriesPresenting Our SolutionWe Are Listening
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The Team
We are a bunch of digital natives from around the world. We see an opportunity for a more transparent market where poor workers in developing countries have an outlet to speak up. That’s why we came up with agncy, a digital whistleblowing platform that enables for secure, anonymous and verifiable reports. And this is our exhibition. Join us in this fight.
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Delegates
Iva Tsolova
Bulgaria
Iva is a Bulgarian social entrepreneur. She co-founded JAMBA - an online platform that educates individuals with disabilities and develops key competencies and skills. JAMBA is the connection between people with diverse abilities in Bulgaria and their future employers. Her 10 year experience as a volunteer has given her many opportunities to participate in different international projects, including representing the Bulgarian youth at the highest international level, such as a being the Bulgarian Youth Delegate to the UN and the Council of Europe. Iva strongly believes that Agncy will bring justice and equal working rights for everyone.
Lasse Schriver Nielsen
Denmark
Lasse will be finishing up a MSc. International Business and Politics at Copenhagen Business School after an upcoming exchange semester in Russia. He is a tech enthusiast with experience from startups and an eye for the big picture. Having travelled a lot and lived for longer periods in countries such as Zambia and Hong Kong, he has some witness experience of poor working conditions. However, his definite strengths lie in understanding the technical and institutional context of our challenge and how to execute Agncy as a solution.
Tammarin Dejsupa
Thailand
Tammy graduated from the MSc. Gender, Media and Culture programme at the London School of Economics in 2015. Prior to joining WWF-Thailand as a Project Campaigner, she interned at the Social Development Department under UNESCAP, as well as worked alongside UNDP and UNV on SDG-related projects. She holds an immense interest in advocating and mainstreaming gender equality while also promoting environmental conservation and sustainable consumption. She worked as a researcher for Thammasat University for the preceding 6 years, as well as a campaigner for various London-based university societies, including the Women Leaders of Tomorrow society (UK). She currently resides in Bangkok with her family and pet bird.
Myat Moe Khaing
Bangladesh
Myat is an indigenous woman hailing from the Chittagong Hill Tracts. Fascinated by the ability to conceive and articulate thoughts, which remains the lifeblood of a democratic society, she has always been actively involved in debating. Annoyingly opinionated, you can find her writing her heart out, often anonymously, on issues pertaining to gender politics and indigenous rights. After the Rana Plaza collapse in 2013, the world saw the deadliest garment factory collapse in history. Five years on, safety of workers hangs in balance. Our solution evolves from our passion to protect workers' rights that could help us cope up with the horror in hopes that they would never be repeated again.
Nang Kant Kaw Ywat Hseng
Myanmar
Nang is a senior executive assistant and an administrator of a community based organization called Kaw Dai Organization. She is passionately interested in listening to war victims and giving a voice to victims of violence. She has published reports called Caught Up in Between: Voices of War Victims in Kachin State, Love Thy Neighbor; Fear thy Neighbor: Voices of War Victims in Shan State. The collective voices of war victims were then presented back to Armed groups, Political Parties, and other International Organizations for help and accountabilities. She hopes the worker can also state their voice through Agncy and have their rights protected.
Veljko Ristić
Serbia
Veljko is a student of international affairs at the University of Belgrade. He is interested in business and international organisations and would like to continue his professional career in those areas. Having lived in the US and soon in Finland to finish his studies, Veljko found a profound interest in economic empowerment and helping those in need. His creativity and problem-solving skills are important to the project.