Because of multiple tech complications regarding learning outcomes on ManageBac, i was unable to update the CAS reflection. Therefore this reflection will comprise of all the events, epiphanies and progress that has taken place since the beginning of the year. At the start of the year, T-GO didn't really have an aim or direction to head towards, we knew that we wanted to target something regarding gender equality, issues specific to women and target the spectrum of human rights, therefore our first 2 CAS sessions were quite broad exposing the 'leaders' and the others members to potential projects and areas of focus. However, our area of focus was quickly determined by a conversation I had with Shufaa-a class mate- during the IB induction. She wanted to focus on endo-metriosis, which is condition that is specific to women as there are certain cells that begin to grow on the outside of uterus wall causing immense pain during menstruation. Shufaa came into a session and introduced this topic to us, and we realized that it is a great idea to get into because many suffer from it, but don't know about it and consider it to be regular period cramps. We did a fair amount of research on this topic as a group learning about the disease and ways we could advocate it to the IST community (our current target audience). Our vision for this project was to have an endo-metriosis week in which we would raise awareness about the issue using several mediums. We were thinking of making uterus shaped cookies, a uterus shaped collage and conducting a scavenger hunt to inform the public about this issue, however we soon realized that we would need more than that and that we would need to advocate more than once. As of now, we plan to make a short film (comprised of animation and movies), creating a flash-mob and conducting a drop-in check up at the IST clinic for anyone who wants to get themselves checked. Our plan of action is to split up into 3 smaller groups, each trying to achieve one of the three goals.