Joseline Esteffanía Velásquez Morales

Joseline was selected as a GOJoven Fellow when she was 22 years old and a journalism student at San Carlos University in Guatemala. She has participated in the youth movement for over 5 years, working on issues of Sexual and Reproductive Rights and helping to train adolescents, youth and teachers from various departments. She also participates in the construction of historical memory spaces from the perspective of women. From her experience in advocacy, she has worked closely with the Ministries of Health and Education in the implementation of Integral Education in Sexuality in community, national and regional spaces. She was a GOJoven Guatemala Fellow in 2015-2016, graduating in 2016 and going on to serve as Project Co-Leader for GOJoven Guatemala’s CAMY Fund-supported projects promoting the elimination of early and forced unions. In 2018 she took on the role of Advocacy Coordinator for GOJoven Guatemala supporting these ongoing efforts, as well as the association’s involvement other sexual and reproductive rights advocacy initiatives both nationally and internationally.

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