Member

“I march because the women economic and entrepreneurs rights to be valued”

Marzia Saadat

Human Rights Activist

Location Icon Kabul, Afghanistan

About Me

Afghanistan is a conservative community, the women rights on economy not counting and the markets have many difficulties for women entrepreneurs. I march to stand with women whose are expecting to be treated equally with no discrimination and the government should facilitate more opportunities for women in all aspects of lives.

I established a trade company by the name of Nikan Saadat Trading Company to support women in the agricultural areas but now have limited access to the income they received.

The women in this sector very limited and can say inactive my vision is a woman and man entrepreneurs a day in Afghanistan treated equally.

Communities I Identify With and/or Want to Collaborate With

Educators
Immigrants
Marginalized People
Persons with Disabilities
Refugees
Women

I Want to Take Action on

Accountable Institutions
Civil Rights
Climate Change
Combating Corruption
Economic Justice
Ending Hunger
Immigrant Rights
Peace and Non violence
Women’s Economic Security
Women’s Education
Women’s Representation
Women’s Safety
Workers’ Rights

Areas of Expertise

Chapter Leadership
Creative Director
Economic Justice
Ending Hunger
Ending Poverty
Immigrant Rights
Innovation
Sustainable Development
Women in Business
Women’s Representation
Workers’ Rights