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Katja Iversen
President/CEO, . Fierce advocate for investing in + health & rights of girls & women. She/her.
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Amina J Mohammed Jul 11
Be inspired to lead! Join the on 14 July for our first Women LIVE event. Sharing insights on how women's global, local and intergenerational leadership is outpacing the pandemic and beyond.➡️
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Dr. Natalia Kanem Jul 10
Reading : response to the Black Lives Matter movement is a great start. But deep, lasting impact requires two main actions — * apologies and * adjusting the social paradigm.
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Katja Iversen Jul 11
Happy World Population Day! calls attention to the needs of health workers, the needs of the most vulnerable girls + women, and to why it is imperative to safeguard sexual and reproductive health and rights during the pandemic.
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Global Health 50/50 Jul 10
COVID-19 offers the chance to turn the tide on a defective global health system. So what comes next? In GH5050 researchers and propose 3 intersectional recommendations to challenge inequality & diversify power in global health
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equalitynow Jul 7
Vicious smear campaigns & threats of violence & sexual assault: "The political arena is very hostile towards women. The campaign trail is littered with lived experiences of women who have been brutalised for seeking leadership,”
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The Global Governance Project Jul 7
G7 Performance on Gender Equality of the G7 Research Group calls on the to apply a lens to the globally coordinated response that this demands.
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UN Women Jul 1
Today, on our 10th birthday, we are determined as ever to ✨ promote women’s empowerment, ✨ women’s rights & ✨ gender equality globally. RT if you're with us for another 10.
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Foreign Policy Media Room Jun 30
Replying to @HelenClarkNZ
FP Virtual Dialogue: Among the group of women leaders in the world, "there's not a lot of ego—there's some humility," says . Empathy and listening to communities in need is critical.
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Katja Iversen Jun 16
I apologize deeply and take full responsibility Here is my statement:
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Reaching the Last Mile Jun 12
Every 11 seconds, a pregnant woman or newborn dies from mostly preventable causes. More than $1.5 million dollars in funding is available for 2020 Global Challenges, including the challenge. Submit tech-based solutions by 6/18:
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Global Health 50/50 Jun 12
What does our data tracker reveal & why do sex and gender matter to Covid-19? How does Covid-19 reveal gender disparities and inequalities? We've compiled some great articles & interviews to answer some of your most asked questions. Check it out👇
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Dr. Natalia Kanem Jun 12
My message during today’s press briefing on : sexual & reproductive health services are not just nice to have, they are essential. See highlights via 👇🏿
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Phumzile Mlambo Jun 11
is all about different stakeholders coming together as partners to build a more equal post-pandemic world. I am inspired by today's energy of emergent Action Coalition leaders! Thanks to , , & many more for their enthusiasm!
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Katja Iversen Jun 10
So exciting. 📣Please RT and say welcome to the 300 new Young Leaders in the class of 2020 starting today. They are movers, shakers and changemakers fueling the global movement for and 🔥🔥🔥 . YEAH!
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Katja Iversen Jun 10
Thanks, Helga. It is such a great Group.
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Katja Iversen Jun 10
Asante
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Katja Iversen Jun 10
Diversity rules! The new Young Leaders class is the most diverse ever. It’s driven by the notion that inclusion of different young people’s lived experiences💚, expertise🧠, ideas 💡, energy💪 & creativity🎨 is crucial in all levels of decision-making!
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Katja Iversen Jun 10
Tough competition! The Young Leaders Program saw its most competitive selection ever. More than 5⃣6⃣0⃣0⃣ applied from 167 countries for the 3⃣0⃣0⃣ spots. Hard choices.Wish we do x 4. Congrats to those who got in:
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Katja Iversen Jun 10
Congrats you have an - despite a lot of amazing female leaders out there. Reminder - it is 2020.
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Katja Iversen Jun 10
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