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Aga Wilson is a humanitarian, human rights advocate, news reporter, mother and a social entrepreneur. Her experience involves working as a global consultant and project manager on human rights, women’s rights, rule of law and transitional justice for global organizations. She began her career at the United Nations Headquarters in New York working on coordination of 22 UN agencies on policy development, international trainings, and knowledge management in post conflict settings. She later joined UNICEF in Nepal to work on youth and disarmament, as well as ‘back to school programs’ for girls and reproductive rights. Her ambition to inspire more collaboration and unity across sectors has led her to build successful partnerships and networks worldwide.  


Agnieszka holds a Master's of Political Science from Uppsala University, Sweden. She also worked as an adjunct professor at St. John's University teaching on media, communications and international relations. She is the founder of the Can We Talk About It Campaign that aims to raise awareness and break the silence about COVID-19 vaccine injury and death. She is currently host of the Aga Wilson Show and news reporter for Children’s Health Defense Europe, where she presents transparent and uncensored news. She has been a practitioner of yoga, meditation, mindfulness and clean eating for over 15 years and has found it to be essential to everything she creates in life. 

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