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Accelerate the 🌍’s transition to equality by educating children on diversity and inclusion in a fun and engaging way.
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OZWE Games 🔜 @OpenInnoEN Oct 17
This month meet our Head of Mkt & Comm 👉, she is currently combining her career at OZWE with her role as a social entrepreneur, launching her project . Want to know more?
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Alma 🔜 @OpenInnoEN Jul 23
Today, I feel intensely proud and happy to write my first code lines, thanks to for giving this opportunity and to for organizing such a cool experience!
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The Girl Element Jul 4
If you're looking for a great (and free) online resource to help you raise your children to recognise and challenge gender stereotyping then check out . We think they're helping UK to do a great job of !
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Alma 🔜 @OpenInnoEN Jun 11
This campaign confirms the urgent need to make equality a priority and shows how far we still have to go to achieve it. A wake-up call as we approach the 2nd historic feminist strike in 🇨🇭
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aequaland Jun 7
Te gustaría que los + peques descubrieran a los grandes españoles de todos los tiempos? A nosotros, nos encantaría! Por ello apoyamos a este proyecto desarrollado por . Con vuestro apoyo, podrán sacar adelante un libro muy cool para los + peques!
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aequaland Jun 5
We have become the greatest threat to the health of our earth. The need for action is undeniable! We know nature can restore itself if we ACT NOW. We need everyone to take action - if we all make changes in our lives, together we can make an impact.
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aequaland May 26
We’ve given our to call for a 🌍💚Nature is vital for our health and our livelihoods. We need to conserve 30% of the planet by 2030.
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aequaland May 19
gave dads a platform to share advice on the art of dadding. This film became a call-to-action both in advocating for other companies to improve their paternity leave policy and for fathers everywhere to break old stereotypes.
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aequaland May 17
Since 1959, Barbie has given us the perfect blonde woman, but now, they are committed to helping girls to imagine a world where they can be anything through play.
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aequaland May 16
Sign up, show up, take action — it's like a matchmaking site for those who care about our planet. Action Works connects grassroots organizations working on with passionate individuals who want to get involved.
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aequaland May 13
We believe that people who support are more numerous and more passionate than those who oppose it.
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aequaland May 13
launched "The Race Issue", hoping to start a discussion on social that gave people the space to talk about their experiences, their own sense of identity, and the complexity of race in today's society.
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aequaland May 10
3/4 of dads say they are responsible for their child's emotional well-being, while only 20% of dads see this role reflected in media. It's time to acknowledge the caring moments of fatherhood that often go overlooked.
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aequaland May 8
worked with this street magazine’s homeless vendors as models for classic stock photography, helping others to see the homeless as who they really are: the same human beings as any one of us.
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aequaland May 7
Cultural expectations around put a lot of pressure on moms: health groups emphasize “breast is best,” while bloggers make the process seem effortless. We believed if moms had the right amount of support, they would make it.
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aequaland May 7
Life has no time for regret! Martin, a senior citizen – his story of regret inspired young adults to embrace their fears and make choices that ultimately changed their lives, turning our senior’s lifelong regret into a powerful force for good.
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aequaland May 6
If we want to create a fairer world for women and men, we need to start with girls and boys.
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Alma 🔜 @OpenInnoEN May 5
@NationalGeographic reinterpreted the question: paper or plastic? This seems to be a simple question about consumer preference, but buying plastics has dire consequences. So, paper or plastic became planet or plastic, and became a question of conscious.
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aequaland May 5
used the Lacoste polo to create 10 limited-edition polo shirts where the crocodile leaves its spot to 10 threatened species. The number of polo shirts produced corresponds to the number of animals known to remain in the wild.
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Alma 🔜 @OpenInnoEN May 5
An experiment that lets you discover 100 historic women—activists, artists, scientists, business leaders, and more. It empowers people to learn about the women who shaped the U.S. in a place that, for more than 100 years, has only featured men.
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