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Lean In India is the India chapter of Lean In organisation which is a global organisation that aims to promote women to conquer their dreams
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HeForShe Oct 16
Check out what , President of , is doing for as a HeForShe Thematic Champion in the HeForShe Emerging Solutions Report for Gender Equality 2018. Read the full report here:
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MAKERS Oct 16
"In a way, it's the physical equivalent of the right to vote because it's acknowledgement at the highest level that women can achieve anything physically." 👊Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon, paved the way for women.
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Rachel Thomas Oct 8
I got to go behind the scenes with to discuss how women are shaking things up in Hollywood. Listen to the full conversation on our new podcast which goes live tomorrow!
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Girls Who Code Oct 8
There is power in , and this is our anthem. Made with love, dedicated to you.
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Lean In Oct 9
We launched a podcast! On , we're exploring how gender bias plays out in the world, with a little help from friends like , , and . The first episode is available now—listen and subscribe!
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Eva Longoria Baston Oct 9
Excited to be on the first episode of 's new podcast called . Listen to the full episode and subscribe!
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Rachel Thomas Oct 11
What does it mean to be 18? For , the gave young women photographers around the world a single assignment: show the rest of us what 18 looks like in your community.
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Lean In Oct 12
Nadia Murad won the Nobel Peace Prize for her work to stop genocide and end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war. Now the money she received is going to help even more survivors.
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Michelle Obama Oct 11
When girls get the chance to fulfill their potential by getting an education, they can transform families, communities, even entire countries. Follow Global and head over to to join us.
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Rachel Thomas Oct 12
On this week, I visit ’s production company, , to sit down with the women behind the camera and find out if Hollywood really is changing. Listen and subscribe!
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Stitcher Oct 16
Listen to Sheryl Sandberg, , and answer questions from men on the latest episode of from :
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Rachel Thomas Oct 16
When you're the head of , men have some questions for you. We answered a bunch of them this week on – with special guests Sheryl Sandberg, , , and .
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Lean In India Oct 16
20 Reasons Not To Give Up via
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Lean In India Oct 16
Crimes against occur every minute in India🇮🇳. Women are not safe, whether it is in their houses, public places or at . It is pertinent that women are aware about the that are in place to protect them. Remember 'Knowledge is Power'
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UN Women Oct 14
Rural women help: 🚜 Agricultural & rural development 🥕 Achieve 👩‍🌾 It's Int'l Day of ! 🌽💦
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Rachel Thomas Oct 15
Here's a sneak peek of tomorrow's episode of ! Tune in as we answer questions submitted by men about everything — from where to draw the line at work to why women worry about being liked.
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Lean In Oct 15
All girls deserve to grow up safe, respected and valued. Period.
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MAKERS Oct 12
Replying to @girlsalliance
5. Michelle Obama (let's be honest she makes our week every week)—the former first lady launched to support girls organizations around the world. 💕 "When you educate a girl, you educate a family, a community, a country."
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MAKERS Oct 12
Replying to @MAKERSwomen
2. Taylor Swift made a bold political endorsement & called on her 112 million followers to raise their voices in politics. "So many intelligent, thoughtful, self-possessed people have turned 18 in the past two years and now have the right and privilege to make their vote count."
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MAKERS Oct 12
Replying to @MAKERSwomen
1. 24-year-old Nadia Murad made headlines for winning the Nobel Peace Prize—the first Iraqi to do so. This week she announced she's donating all $500,000 of her award money to her fellow survivors of violence.
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