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UN Women is the UN entity for & women's empowerment. Executive Director: .
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🐝🐝🐝 Saudita Marku, a city girl, looked for new income opportunities to support her family when she followed her heart to a rural village in Albania. 🐝🐝🐝 There, she found a beekeeping business.
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Through their activism, resistance and persistance, mothers of the world lift our societies up.
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The , and are looking for young innovators! 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️ It’s time to show the your ideas to solve global challenges through technology. Join today 👉
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Is it a coincidence that the development of menstrual products coincides with advances in women’s livelihoods? We think not.
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It's time to make justice your priority & truly honour survivors like who have already suffered too much. - Amal Clooney, during the Security Council meeting, where a resolution was adopted to .
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Not all (s)heroes wear capes – some wear lab coats🥼! We need more who defy the gender bias that holds girls back.
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Gender equality isn't just about economic empowerment. It's a moral imperative. Here's a snapshot on our progress - and areas for improvement. cc
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There is something you can do every day to dismantle the patriarchy. Here are 5 ways:
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UN Women May 18
The traditional leader of Zamay Kanton, a village in , is encouraging more women to take up decision-making roles. Here’s why:
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UN Women May 18
Some inspiration from the women who are rebuilding Nepal and defying gender stereotypes brick🧱-by-brick🧱.
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UN Women Pacific May 17
Vendors at Market, a project site were privileged to support their municipal council to facilitate a market tour today for Sec-General who listened to their stories of . is supported by
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António Guterres May 18
In Vanuatu, a -supported safe marketplace gives women the chance to earn a living and support their families. Women’s economic empowerment is one of my top priorities.
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UN Women May 18
Since participating in our training on gender equality, this traditional leader from Cameroon made women's leadership his priority, and it made all the difference.
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UN Women May 18
As we prepare for , the world’s largest conference on gender equality to be held in Vancouver, Canada on 2-6 June, a reminder from the Canadian Prime Minister on being a feminist!
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UN Women May 18
Meet Hana Faidi, a young activist from Tripoli, Libya. She is part of a new generation of gender equality advocates who won’t accept the patriarchal status quo:
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UN Women May 18
Abuse doesn't always leave visible scars. Let's remember to listen, believe, and support survivors.
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UN Women May 18
Inas works with indigenous women and girls affected by sexual and gender-based violence, as well as displaced and migrant communities in Libya. Read her statement to the Security Council: #WPSin2020#GERinUNSC
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UN Women May 18
This week, we highlighted the need for women’s leadership & gender-responsive disaster risk reduction at & , leading to global action. Thanks to all the participants, secretariats & speakers for their great contributions!
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UN Women May 17
This , read what a young feminist man from the Muslim world thinks about the challenges for advancing women's rights:
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UN Women May 17
Want to make a difference on ? Learn from 5 activists that are not accepting the status quo of pervasive discrimination against persons.
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