Welcome to Episode 9 of See the Change Podcast. This is Part 1 of our conversation with Mayumi Sato.
Mayumi is a Social Policy Researcher and recent Masters graduate from the University of Cambridge. She has been involved in research and policy revisions around anti-racism, gender equity, ageism, environmental justice and refugee and forced migration. She is also the founder of The Solidarity Library, a resource and knowledge hub for underserved communities and students.
In this episode we talk about her formative experiences in academia, who she draws inspiration from, and how her fellowship work in Thailand forced her to see humanitarian work in a different light.
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