Margaret Eshun is a young Ghanaian feminist, educationist, human rights activist and a communication expert. Since 2006 she has been part of collectives working to support women rights in the extractive sector of Ghana through activities such as workshops about compensation, agreements and human rights, marches demanding the modification of the law for cases of violence against women affected by mining. From 2005 to date she has worked as a French tutor in a Senior High School and been a mentor of empowering young ladies in schools. She is currently the Director for Gender and Communication for CeSIS. She is a member of the Institute of Public Relations (IPR, Ghana) and National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT).