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Susanna Veevo

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Executive Director, Estonian Roundtable for Development Cooperation


Susanna Veevo is the executive director of the Estonian Roundtable for Development Cooperation, a network of development aid and global citizenship education organizations. Her work involves generating support for the most under-resourced communities. Susanna is also the founder of Peace Action Community Estonia, Estonia’s sole peacebuilding organization, which implements peace education initiatives in minority communities. Susanna is motivated by equality and equity in both her professional and personal life, and her main purpose in life is to reduce inequities in the world and redistribute resources in accordance with social justice.

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