Posted by: unhcragd | March 19, 2009

UNHCR Chad UNV Talks About Age, Gender and Diversity Mainstreaming

Giuseppe Rullanti, United Nations Volunteer in Chad in 2008, knows the challenges of bringing the values of Age, Gender and Diversity Mainstreaming to the field. In this interview Rullanti says for some UNHCR workers, AGDM begins mainly with taking on the responsibility of being true partners in solidarity with people of concern to UNHCR.

Rullanti is a social worker and author of the 2006 book LA RECHERCHE-ACTION AU SERVICE DE L’AUTO-DÉVELOPPEMENT – which addresses the issues of empowerment in the refugee community.

Watch 2 minutes 30 seconds now on YouTube:



  1. Thank you so much for showing the video and sharing his ideas, I totally agree.

    Yes, modesty but humbleness in every act; truly valuing what they know, do or have. It is about recognizing what they are, rich full human beings.


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