Ms Nyandiga has experience spanning over 5 years in various aspects of advocacy and policy, students and youth activism, human rights, social campaigns, leadership and management. She takes a keen interest in circumstances and holistic outcomes of children,
youth, women and minorities. Leading and participating actively in civic engagements and dialogues, ground-work, policy actions and strategy, media analysis and debates including international media, and practical contributions to citizen-driven advocacy in social justice and governance reforms. Ms Nyandiga has undertaken work in mainstreaming cross-cutting children and youth issues in reviewing, auditing and analysis of legislation and policy in Kenya as a special member in the task force on policy, legal and institutionalisation of The Child Justice Bill, 2018.
The event discusses how young people, student leaders and survivor advocates have been on the frontlines of the effort to eliminate child labour in Africa and globally.