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Zozibini Tunzi Nov 19
Intergenerational Dialogues are important and inclusivity is a roadmap to follow. Young African women’s voices must always be amplified. Excited to join the Global IGD w/ on Nov25 as MC Do join us by registering here:
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Amina J Mohammed Oct 1
"We need transformative, women-led changes to the failed structures and frameworks exploited by this pandemic. That is the only way we will implement the SDGs & achieve lives of dignity and opportunity for all.” –
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Amina J Mohammed Oct 1
"As we celebrate 25 years since Beijing—I recall the excitement as women of the world declare “Women’s Right are Human Rights”. My message today echoes that declaration – The rights of a girl or a woman are not negotiable." –
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Amina J Mohammed Oct 1
In the Decade of action for the . "This is the time for disrupters, young and old. We need big bold steps not incremental ones. Time for action to change the course of history for women and girls. –
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Katrín Jakobsdóttir Oct 1
Efforts to roll back previous victories on women's sexual & reproductive rights & freedoms are unacceptable. In rebuilding and reimagining societies after COVID-19, it is crucial we keep gender & racial equality, democracy & social justice at the forefront.
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Katja Iversen Nov 7
Can’t wait to see what will be doing in regards to and the health + rights of girls and women. The needs are huge and wish list long after 4 year’s of drought and systematic rollback - at home+abroad.
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🇧🇪 Belgium MFA Oct 2
🚺🚹 Foreign Minister calls for action to achieve gender equality during her speech on the occasion of . 🎙 “To create a world where boys and girls, men and women, have the equal rights, equal access and equal opportunities”.
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Martin Hermann Oct 1
On my way to opening of summit . Today 🇩🇰 will make clear that women’s rights are human rights. That all women & girls should be able to decide over their own body, life & future. PS: Bikes get checked by security too 😎
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The BMJ Oct 29
Women’s access to healthcare is threatened when it is linked to their employment terms, because women face more employment insecurity and transitions across their work lives, argue and colleagues
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Irish Foreign Ministry Oct 1
"In the midst of an historic pandemic, which is having a disproportionate impact on women, we need to renew the determination & commitment we saw in Beijing" Minister reaffirmed 🇮🇪's commitment to gender equality at today's high-level meeting.
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UN Women Nordic Oct 1
Norwegian youth delegate Celia Lima at on : "The Beijing Declaration was and is radical. But looking at the status of women globally 25 years later it is clear: To reach the 2030 agenda, decision-makers need to be pressured by the impatient voices of youth" 🇳🇴💪
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UNFPA Oct 1
“As the health, education and human potential of women and girls are diminished, so too is all humanity.” — Executive Director Dr. Natalia Kanem speaks at the High-Level Meeting on . Learn more:
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Amina J Mohammed Oct 1
"To the boys around the world, know that you are equal in every way to your sisters, you are no better or worse, but you have an extra responsibility to make space.” –
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Achim Steiner Oct 2
. has made strides in implementing its Strategy, with transformative work in governance & gender-responsive & in our efforts. Read more on our progress in 's report 👉
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Cyprus MFA Oct 2
"It's high time to move from words to concrete, collective actions that will bring transformative change in safeguarding ", FM told yesterday's High Level Meeting dedicated to at . 🇨🇾
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Pamela Falk Oct 1
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Anja K. Søndergaard Oct 1
Dear decision makers 📢 Time to stop giving toasts and start taking action on ! Let’s look into the challenges of 2020 such as online violations. And let’s address it through Comprehensive Sexuality Education. Thanks for the floor at
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UN GA President Oct 16
A pleasure to meet with all the women Ambassadors to the following the high-level meeting on . Today I announced my Advisory Group on Gender which will provide both normative and operational insights to enrich the mainstreaming of gender equality throughout .
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David Miliband Oct 5
If we are serious about creating a better world for all women and girls, we must do so consciously and act on what we have learned in the past 25 years since . Here are my some of my thoughts on how:
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Ethiopia at the UN Oct 1
H.E. President at HL meeting on : Women and girls in are getting better access to education and health services; their human and reproductive rights are protected by law, barriers impeding their engagement in economic life are being addressed.
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