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United Nations Academic Impact and MCN are proud to partner on the Millennium Fellowship. Over 31,000 young leaders on 2,400+ campuses across 140+ nations applied to join the Class of 2022.  200+ campuses worldwide (just 8%) were selected to host the 3,000+ Millennium Fellows.



O.P. Jindal Global University | Sonipat, India | Advancing SDG 5 & UNAI 9


" There are multiple roadblocks in the process of creating tangible change. I believe that being a Millennium Fellow will help train me to overcome the ones I have identified while instilling in me the right mindset to overcome the ones I will identify in the future. "

Millennium Fellowship Project: Project Meri Kahaani Suno

Meri Kahaani Suno t, a Hindi phrase that translates to "Listen to my story". This project revolves around issues of gender, sustainability, and equal rights.
This project involves people the different people from different parts of this country, particularly the women of Haryana. Haryana is known for its lowest women's literacy rates and for the lowest female sex ratio in the country. The question of why women do not have access to education, access to employment, and have the lowest female ratio would be answered during the course of this project. It also seeks to communicate the answer to the above-mentioned questions to our student body and student activists.
On-field research would be best suited for this project because we believe the only way to truly understand and comprehend the situation and problems of women is to be on the ground and form a personal connection to be able to fathom their reality. The stories of women would be brought to the stage via a coffee table book. The art of storytelling would aptly display the findings of this project.
The coffee table book will be compiled through the members of this project using pictures, stories, and research. The project would contribute widely to sustainability because this book would be printed and produced using recycled materials and would involve local businesses. We would ensure that our project is "green", as green as possible. We would also organise events in our university to spread awareness and conduct discussions so these stories and voices of these women would reach a wider audience. All the profits made from the sales of the coffee table book would go into helping the families of those women who have come forward to share their stories and have been represented in our book.
We believe that our passion for helping this community and contributing to making sustainable changes would be impactful min this manner.

About the Millennium Fellow

Aarushi Suvarna is a bright, young, and enthusiastic law student at OP Jindal Global University. She was born in Karnataka, India and is currently studying in New Delhi, India. Aarushi has always been passionate about her advocacies for the rights of the underprivileged, women's rights and has an ambition to give back to the community. She was a part of various NGO's advocating for such rights and has worked very closely with these communities. She has also been a part of various philanthropic projects and organised one herself. Aarushi is an aspiring lawyer who yearns to provide her own contribution to the community and to the United Nations' Sustainable Goals.

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