Lesego is a young lady who is passionate about human rights, her interest particularly lies on the issue of the death penalty. She is also a member of the Commonwealth youth Human rights and Democracy network and was an online social media reporter for the Association of African Universities during the African University week celebrations.

Furthermore, she has worked on various projects such as the age of consent to SRH Rights, HIV group discussions on HIV/AIDS Prevention amongst young people and currently working alongside with two phenominal Pan African leaders on an intergenerational mentorship program for young women in Botswana.

Lesego is a YALI alumni, she was also a writer on the law blog and currently a writer on the Commonwealth Student Association and International affairs. She believes so much in empowering young women not only to take bold steps in taking up leadership roles but also in becoming the best they can be; as she believes women are destiny carriers.

  

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