About Julie Ngalle

Julie Ngalle interns with Global Citizen as a translator. Based in the UK, she is currently studying politics and economics at the University of Surrey. Originally from France, Ngalle moved to the UK for her studies and to gain work experience in the NGO sector.

Stories

  1. Article: Les femmes françaises dénoncent le harcèlement dans les transports en commun
    Girls & Women

    Les femmes françaises dénoncent le harcèlement dans les transports en commun

    By Julie Ngalle  and  Gaëlle Langué|March 18, 2019

    100% des femmes françaises ont déjà été victimes d’agression sexuelle dans les transports en commun. Read more

  2. Article: This Water Bottle Dissolves if It Ever Enters the Ocean
    Environment

    This Water Bottle Dissolves if It Ever Enters the Ocean

    By Erica SanchezJulie Ngalle  and  Joe McCarthy|Feb. 12, 2019

    “It’s kind of sidestepping the need for the recycling system we have.” Read more

  3. Article: Researchers Just Found a Brilliant Way to Convert Plastic Waste Into Fuel
    Finance & Innovation

    Researchers Just Found a Brilliant Way to Convert Plastic Waste Into Fuel

    By Erica SanchezJulie Ngalle  and  Joe McCarthy|Feb. 12, 2019

    The method could buy companies some time as they invest in plastic alternatives. Read more

  4. Article: Women in DRC Forced to Trade Sex for Ebola Vaccines, Claims Say
    Health

    Women in DRC Forced to Trade Sex for Ebola Vaccines, Claims Say

    By Leah Rodriguez  and  Julie Ngalle|Feb. 12, 2019

    Global response organizations are working to offer more protection. Read more

  5. Article: At Least 20,000 Nigerian Girls Found After Being Sold Into Sex Slavery
    Girls & Women

    At Least 20,000 Nigerian Girls Found After Being Sold Into Sex Slavery

    By Jerica Deck  and  Julie Ngalle|Jan. 23, 2019

    NAPTIP says that they are in “slave-like conditions.” Read more

  6. Article: Saudi Women No Longer Need a Man's Permission to Decide How They'll Give Birth
    Girls & Women

    Saudi Women No Longer Need a Man's Permission to Decide How They'll Give Birth

    By Leah Rodriguez  and  Julie Ngalle|Jan. 18, 2019

    The country’s health ministry announced they don't need signed consent for childbirth procedures. Read more

  7. Article: 7 Massive Wins in the Fight Against Plastic in 2018
    Environment

    7 Massive Wins in the Fight Against Plastic in 2018

    By Sophie Maes  and  Julie Ngalle|Dec. 7, 2018

    See how governments, businesses, and citizens took action to reduce plastic pollution this year. Read more

  8. Article: 9 of Our Absolute Favourite Trevor Noah Quotes From Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100
    Citizenship

    9 of Our Absolute Favourite Trevor Noah Quotes From Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100

    By Erica SanchezHlumelo Siphe Williams  and  Julie Ngalle|Dec. 2, 2018

    The South African comedian is back in Johannesburg! Read more

  9. Article: The Sad Reason Mothers in Cameroon Are 'Ironing' Their Daughters' Breasts
    Girls & Women

    The Sad Reason Mothers in Cameroon Are 'Ironing' Their Daughters' Breasts

    By Daniele Selby  and  Julie Ngalle|April 6, 2018

    They want to protect their daughters, but "breast ironing" is more harmful than helpful. Read more

  10. Article: 5 Household Products That Are Slowly Destroying the Environment
    Environment

    5 Household Products That Are Slowly Destroying the Environment

    By Erica SanchezDaniele SelbyJulie Ngalle  and  Jana Sepehr|Jan. 19, 2018

    And 5 things you should be using instead. Read more