Murphy McAnulty is a GPA Associate for the Global Poverty Project. While she is a native Aussie, Murphy has lived in Fiji, Indonesia, China and Vietnam. She graduated from NYU with a degree in Politics, Human Rights and Development and is looking to stay in New York for a few years.
Having spent most of my life in developing countries, I'm incredibly aware of the unneccesary injustices that exist in the world. I am also aware that together, we can end these injustices. Engaging all levels of society allows for a restructuring of barriers that keep people in poverty. I truly believe that we can see an end to extreme poverty in our lifetime, which is why I am a global citizen.
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