Mayora Tavares Profile

- Mayora Tavares, she is 16 and she comes from Brazil. Mayora was at the G8 summit in Italy as part of the J8 – a group of 53 people.

Mayara Tavares is 16 and lives in the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She inherited from her grandmother and father a passion to take part in community action and social movements and has been an activist in her community fighting for children and adolescent rights. She has recently acted as a community researcher interviewing other adolescents in the community about their lives and how it feels for them to be growing up in the shantytowns of Rio de Janeiro. Through this work she became part of a National Platform for the improvement of poor communities situated in large urban centers, an initiative carried out by UNICEF in Brazil. She also became a member of the Youth Forum in her municipality and hopes that she can continue to engage her peers in this work."

The site had a listing of delegates from as far away as China.The sense you get from the site is that it must have been very exciting for children who undoubtedly had an interest in world affairs to be meeting the faces in the headlines.

Mayora Tavares (16) falls on, among the delegates of the Junior8 Summit (J8): Instead of the dark costume or suit, the handsome Brazilian in a red, strapless free flowing dress made of soft, transparent fabric. Instead, it contributes Pumps open sandals.

And Mayora is not only attractive, it must also be clever, because it is one of 54 youths from 14 to 17 years since the 4th July on the future of our planet debate.

This has, inter alia, about climate, poverty, children's rights, AIDS, the financial crisis.

The aim of the meeting with the G8 participants are young people from all over the world at the highest political level directly heard.

The attention of the high lords, it has excited in any case: Brazil's President Lula da Silva and Barack Obama are visibly excited by the young lady.

Barack Obama and Nicolas Sarkozy, the watchful gaze when drawing up the family photo with the delegates of the Junior G-8 summit in L'Aquila lost the eyes of the two gentlemen in the direction of the Brazilian Mayora Tavares. Tavares was a junior delegate, together with the Brazilian president Luiz InĂ¡cio Lula da Silva traveled to Italy.

But perhaps it was not the curves, the interest of the two men excited state. But something much more mundane: Tavares was to receive in the evening dress appeared - among them, but only wore slippers.

It was therefore determined only the shoes. At least it would be an almost watertight explanation.

Mayora Tavares

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