Brilliant Sierra Leonean fellow, Laura Nicol who relocated in Ireland to pursue a Master of Arts in Gender, Globalisation and rights at the University of Galway, Ireland. Laura Nicol, a Barrister & Solicitor, M.A Candidate at the University of Galway, Gender Justice Advocate, 2023 United Nations GSP Fellow, 2022 Mandela Washington Fellow, and 2022 Open Society for Justice Initiative Fellow from Sierra Leone, recently announced that she secured an “A” in her research paper/dissertation on the topic: ‘A Comprehensive Literature Review on the Participation of Bangladeshi Women in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC Conferences of Parties (COPs) between 2012-2022’. Her research paper/dissertation has been recommended for publication after revision.
Laura Nicol pursued a Master of Arts in Gender, Globalisation and Rights at the University of Galway, Ireland, a year ago.
Laura Nicol research paper/dissertation is a comprehensive literature review that examines the participation of Bangladeshi women in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conferences of Parties (COPs) between 2012-2022. The research paper/dissertation is an important contribution to the field of gender studies and climate change.
“A year ago, I left for Ireland to pursue a Master of Arts in Gender, Globalisation and rights at the University of Galway, Ireland.
I undertook a research paper/ dissertation on the topic: ‘A
COMPREHENSIVE LITERATURE REVIEW
ON THE PARTICIPATION OF BANGLADESHI WOMEN IN THE UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON
CLIMATE CHANGE (UNFCCC
CONFERENCES OF PARTIES (COPS)
I am pleased to announce that I secured an “A” in my research paper/dissertation with a recommendation to publish a revised version of my thesis.
I am grateful to God for perfecting my journey! “