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Scots org reveals inspirational 30 women under 30 list


Now in its seventh year

YWCA Scotland has launched its annual 30 Under 30 list.

The yearly campaign features 30 women and non-binary people in Scotland doing incredible things for their community and beyond.

A new listed person and their story will be announced on the Young Women’s Movement Website each day throughout November.

The Young Women’s Movement set up the 30 under 30 list to highlight the amazing young women and non-binary people of Scotland whose commitments to their communities, activism, talents, or careers deserve to be more widely recognised and celebrated.

It began in 2016 to address the lack of diverse Scottish representation of women in Scotland on other 30 Under 30 lists.

This list is just one of the campaigns that Young Women’s Movement have implemented to promote the positive impact that young women and non-binary people contribute towards creating a more equal society for all.

Now in its seventh iteration, this year's 30 Under 30 list is aimed at inspiring young women and non-binary people, proving that they can achieve their greatest potential and that there are a diverse range of paths to success.

Jenni Snell, CEO of YWCA Scotland – The Young Women’s Movement said: "We’re delighted to launch our annual 30 under 30 list for 2022, platforming a phenomenal group of young women & non-binary people.

"Publishing our yearly 30 Under 30 list of inspiring young women & non-binary people is a unique moment to take stock of the transformational positive impact that they are having in Scotland. Our aim is to inspire the next generations of young women and non-binary people, highlighting that they can also take action and play a pivotal role in creating an equal society in Scotland and the world.

"These inspirational women and young people stand as a message of hope and a vision of leadership amidst challenging times. It’s our purpose as the Young Women’s Movement to bring all women together for a more empowered and equal Scotland."



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Khatib Ali juma
3 months ago

how can people be rich and leave us suffering with a hard life in the same world?