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Ramatoulie Isatou Jallow

Guest Speaker

    Professional affiliation

    Leadership and Advocacy for Women in Africa Fellow, Georgetown

    Full Biography

    Ms. Ramatoulie Isatou Jallow is an emergent youth peacebuilder from Botswana and the Gambia with a keen focus on conflict prevention in Africa. She is an attorney with 5 years experience in civil and public interest litigation as well as human rights. In line with her focus, she is also the founder of an initiative titled ‘Peace by Peace’ which is dedicated to creating a sustainable peace culture through curated dialogues, community education as well as advocacy in Botswana. Complementary to this, Ramatoulie is also a Master of Laws candidate with Georgetown University where she currently pursues academic research around the creation of national conflict prevention frameworks and the role women in Africa can play in furthering them. She is also a Leadership and Advocacy for Women in Africa Fellow and has two publications addressing conflict and conflict prevention with regard to the pandemic entitled COVID-19 and Intrastate Armed Conflicts in Africa and Beyond the Outbreak: Creating a Sustainable Peace Culture in Botswana.