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Emma Watson Aug 22
Governments play a crucial role in either promoting or thwarting change. , , & I urge leaders of G7 countries to use their power to ditch discriminatory laws and push for progress for women & girls:
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ILO Aug 24
WOMEN👏DESERVE 👏EQUAL👏 PAY Let’s call on & world leaders to ditch discriminatory laws & adopt/implement laws that advance in the world of work around the🌍. RT if you agree! More➡️
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Emma Watson Aug 21
✨📣 The Advisory Council calls on all nations to: ✅ Ditch gender discriminatory laws ✅ Push progressives ones ✅ Invest in implementation & women’s orgs ✅ Measure, treasure and move from words to action. NOW.
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UN Women Aug 24
Online harassment and cyber bullying are tools to suppress the voices of girls and women. Stop it now! World leaders—and tech companies—must strengthen policies on harassment & violence online.
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UN Women Aug 23
Step it up! The Gender Equality Advisory Council has a simple first step for gender equality: Ditch discriminatory laws, and adopt laws that lift up girls and women. Learn more about the Council’s recommendations here:
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African Development Bank Group Aug 25
Harmful practices and stereotypes prevent girls and women from controlling their future. The Gender Equality Advisory Council challenges leaders to tackle this issue head-on, starting with policy:
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Phumzile Mlambo Aug 26
The Gender Equality Advisory Council encourages ALL countries—not just the —to sign on to the Biarritz Partnership and get inspired by the power of girls and women:
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UN Women Aug 20
Out NOW! The Gender Equality Advisory Council’s recommendations for policy change and for achieving a more gender-equal world. We say: Step it up and commit to the Partnership, invest, act, and . Learn more: via
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Caroline Fourest Aug 20
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Åsa Regnér Aug 21
Girls and women are powerful agents of change. As a member of the Gender Equality Advisory Council, we stand for economic, political & social empowerment of girls & women everywhere. Learn more about our recommendations to leaders:
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ILO Aug 23
We’re already 208 years too late to close the . 
 We join the Advisory Council members in calling for bold action at to eliminate gender inequalities once and for all!
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Phumzile Mlambo Aug 25
It’s time for leaders to set the example for the world—stand up for girls, women and everywhere through policies, laws, budgets, and actions!
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Alexandra Palt Aug 22
10 recommandations for gender equality
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Women Deliver Sep 2
At the , the world's biggest economies pledged over $250 million for female entrepreneurs in .
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ILO Aug 24
We’re still not yet close to reaching on company boards in States. 
 As continues, we are calling on and world leaders to and commit, act and invest in . 💪 More ➡️
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Seth Berkley Aug 24
I agree, empowering women can have a transformative impact: on health, on education, on the economy – the list goes on. A more gender-equal world is also a more vaccinated one, which is why gender is a central principle of ’s new strategy.
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NCRIWomen'sCommittee Aug 26
94th Woman Executed In Iran During Rouhani’s Presidency Over 3,700 people have been executed in in past 6 years under Rouhani. Iranian regime is world’s top record holder of per capita executions.
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Toyin Saraki Aug 26
I wholly support this call to step up for girls and women - particularly in we stand on a gender precipice from which good actions can flow
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OECD Development Centre Aug 26
Empowering women & girls requires a collective effort if we're to make a reality. Honoured to partner with the Advisory Council on the monitoring & reporting process via . 👉 👉
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Plan International Aug 28
. commitments on gender equality are a good first step. Now we need to see funding and concrete action to transform girls' lives. 💪📚
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