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Cara Delevingne Jun 17
jahaendfgm Join the movement 50 million girls at risk of becoming victims of FGM and currently 1 in 4 girls are married before they are 18 lets put an end to this x
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Ms. Gai🇬🇲 Jun 14
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Isatou Jallow Jun 16
I’m at the 1st African Summit on FGM and Early marriages and I’m moved by how far this movement has gone and how ready the different generations of women and girls in this space are to ride this journey in unique ways irrespective of the consequences ahead!
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TheUnCUTInitiative Jun 18
For those of you still battling with the word "mutilation", know that it's way different from male circumcision. There's no justification for . If advocacy started in the late 70s, why are we still debating this in the 21st century?
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Mame Bousso Ndiaye Sobel Jun 16
No religion can justify acts that harm girls and women Director
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UN Women Jun 22
"Marriage in Islam is based on the consent of both parties, particularly the young woman." A new fatwa to was just issued! via cc
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#MenEndFGM Jun 18
We joined other activists in Making commitments in the fight against at the . We the men commit to rally our fellow men and boys to join the fight against , & other harmful cultural practices.
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CHILD RESCUE FOUNDATION Jul 1
SAY NO TO CHILD MARRIAGE..STOP CHILD MARRIAGE NOW , , , ,
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Girls Not Brides Jun 18
Good news! A fatwa against & has just been announced in Dakar. 🙌🏾 🙌🏾 🙌🏾
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Mariam Modibo Tandina Jun 16
« When young people promise, youn people deliver“
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UN Women Africa Jun 18
The deputy Grand Imam of & his team writing a new Fatwa to advise that both girls and boys should be aged 18 before entering into marriage in order for them to have the appropriate level of maturity.
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Safe Hands For Girls Jun 17
The legal age to marry in Niger is however being debated as we speak but we will not stop the fight in making things right for these girls. -Traditional Leader, Niger
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Amina J Mohammed Jun 16
Some challenges extend across communities & faiths – like female genital mutilation & child marriage. To address this, it’s important to get families, communities & faiths together, to fix the cultural practice that’s not right.
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Safe Hands For Girls Jun 17
The body created in the image of God is a master piece and shall not be harmed, violated or altered because it is perfect. The church condemns FGM. -Mambingue Ngom, UNFPA Regional Director for West Africa
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Alison Rowe Jun 18
Meet Ifrah Ahmed ⁦⁩, activist and campaigner to end FGM in Somalia and elsewhere in Africa and the world. We were at
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Benjamin Tetteh Jun 18
Meet some of the amazing female activists fighting for the welfare of the girl child. Ending .
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UN Women Jun 15
17 countries will share their experiences and capitalize on good practices on ending female genital mutilation and child marriage in Dakar from 16 to 18 June 2019. Come and make your voice heard. ==>
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STATE OF MIC Jun 16
An excerpt from the short documentary we made for the 1st African Summit on FGM and Early Marriage featuring stories of survivors left the whole room silent. This is the State of Mic way of influencing policies and advancing the movement. Because is possible.
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Oulimata Sarr Jun 16
Young people are speaking truth to power today and calling for action. No excuses to harm women and girls on stage
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Phumzile Mlambo Jun 17
I am here in Senegal 🇸🇳 for the African Summit on FGM and Child Marriages. Girls have power and potential to achieve their dreams. We must work together to eliminate harmful practices to make it happen.
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