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WYDE Civic Engagement

Network of Young Decision-makers

Part of Women and Youth in Democracy Initiative

Kashieka Broaster

Social Inclusion and Gender Integration Specialist at the Belize Compact Development Team

Active Network Member

From: Belize

Active since: 2023

Kashieka Broaster is a Social Specialist with over 10 years of experience working with several social service agencies (transnational, governmental and non-profit) in Belize to analyse inequality, redress discriminatory practices and understand the needs of the most vulnerable population.

Kashieka Broaster’s professional experience includes working with RESTORE Belize as an assistant Human Development Officer. She has done volunteer work with agencies like UNICEF, Red Cross and Secondary Schools, collaborating with RESTORE Belize.

Applied experience in the use of sociological/social work principles, policies, interventions, and techniques to address complex cases and community issues in rural and urban areas of Belize. These include the implementation and supervision of community enhancement activities and infrastructural development projects.

She takes pride in working with communities as it facilitates the creation of programs and policies that are tailored to fit communities’ needs. Her passion for youth development and sexual and reproductive rights lies in reaching a younger audience and laying strong foundations for sexual and reproductive health.

Kashieka Broaster Related Activities

From 11/12/2023 to 11/14/2023

Policy Lab Network of Young Decision-Makers 2023- 12 November | “Youth Rethinking Social Development for People and Planet”

The Network of Young Decision-Makers will contribute to the discussions of Club de Madrid’s Annual Policy Dialogue 2023

Date: 06/15/2023

First meeting of the Network of Young Decision-makers

WYDE Civic Engagement Network of Young Decision-Makers brings together a group of exceptional young leaders under 36 years old who are active in politics and in decision-making bodies and who have already reached positions of influence from which they can advocate for greater youth political participation.