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Katja Iversen
President/CEO of . Fierce advocate for investments in gender equality+ the health&rights of girls & women. Adviser to and
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Katja Iversen 14h
Yeah!!! It held hard and required a lot of work to make sure the health and rights of girls and women was properly reflected. would not be universal without.
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Katja Iversen 14h
It shouldn’t! But reality is it took tremendously hard work to ensure the new Declaration on includes mentioning of and sexual and reproductive health. 🙏 to all who pushed and pulled together w/ us - now on to implementation
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Professor Senait Fisseha 15h
“Given the rising nationalism in the US, UK...” & “the negative impacts of President Trumps expansion of the global gag rule”, perhaps Germany’s role as the new Global Health Leader could include advocacy for &
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Professor Senait Fisseha 14h
A fantastic paper in ⁦⁩ on practical approaches for financing universal health coverage by my friends & colleagues ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ & , people who actually have practical experience on the ground.👏🏽
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Katja Iversen 17h
Warm, warm congrats to the newly appointed and advocates - not least the many Young Leaders and friends of WD. You rock! And
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The LEGO Foundation Sep 2
We are hiring! Head of Advocacy and Communications to join the LEGO Foundation office in Denmark
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Women Deliver Sep 4
Progress has been made, but millions of people, particularly women and girls, have yet to see these promises fulfilled. ✅Watch why some are marching toward the on ℹ️Tell us why you march by using and tag three people.
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Dr. Natalia Kanem Sep 13
25 years ago today, at the in Cairo, there was a transformation in women’s health & rights ⚕️ Since then, the world has made incredible progress 📱 🧬 … but the promise of Cairo has yet to be fulfilled 🤱🏾 It's time for us to pick up the pace 🏃🏾‍♂️
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Women Deliver Sep 13
🚹For men, getting married & having children means more time for leisure & earning money. 🚺For women, it means more unpaid childcare & domestic work, less leisure time, & opportunity to earn in the marketplace. Via
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Women Deliver Sep 12
"We are now facing an existential crisis, the climate crisis and ecological crisis, which have never been treated as crisis before," said , 16-year-old activist. via
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Women's Foreign Policy Group Sep 12
We’re looking forward to hosting a discussion today with on Equity and : A Feminist Approach to International Aid. We will be joined by of and of .
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Women Deliver Sep 12
“A feminist approach to international aid would recognize the health, rights, and leadership of girls and women” -
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UN GA President Sep 10
Women are half of the 🌍’s population. They hold half of the 🌍’s human potential. When their lives improve, society improves. This Thursday I am holding the session's last event, an opportunity to ensure that all women & girls are considered equal partners!
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Women Deliver Sep 12
"Women’s groups must be recognized, engaged, and resourced as legitimate and strong partners in this fight of push back" - , Managing Director of Policy and Advocacy
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Katja Iversen Sep 12
Great to see Young Leaders use and push progress based on the Adolescent Health Toolkit developed by , and youth advocates from across the globe. again and again.
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Katja Iversen Sep 12
means health for ALL, including girls+women. Join and myself in on 22 Sep for Walk the Talk: The Health for All Challenge – get outside & get moving to support the health, rights, & well-being of girls & women!
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Denmark in New York Sep 12
. CEO & President knows the battle for a greener future passes through the intersection of gender equality & climate action. On Sept 23, Katja will join us and our partners as we take action for a more sustainable tomorrow.
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Melinda Gates Sep 12
Research shows that when women run for office, people are more likely to question their qualifications, looks & even underestimate their performance. This election season, let’s evaluate candidates on what matters: their ideas & experience.
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FAO Sep 8
If women had the same access to resources, they could increase yields on their farms, which could reduce the number of hungry in the 🌎 We need to empower for a future! 👉
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World Food Programme May 27
Women and girls make up the bulk of farmers 👩‍🌾 in developing countries & are the backbone of food production systems, while also bearing the responsibility of nurturing future generations. ♀️💪 Promoting gender equality enables food security and nutrition for all.
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