Women for Change's 13th-floor office looks out on the hills surrounding Ulaanbaatar, the Mongolian capital.The six other women in the office today are lawyers, financial managers, and artists, one dressed in ripped jeans, another in a business skirt.
Be aware, respectful and do your best to go with the flow in order to have the best possible time in this beautiful country.It may not seem particularly daring to some, but for her, it was a feat worthy of Wonder Woman."Now I'm feeling proud," she says."If I were not part of this community and inspired, I might not have gone there.While this may feel rude, in many cultures it's just part of how things are done.Neither being polite nor getting angry will change it.
Shortly after its inception, members staged the country's first production of Before Mongolia's parliamentary elections two years ago, Women for Change wanted to draw attention to women's lack of political participation.