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The Cup Effect Oct 14
Our Founder just met MP at - we've agreed to do a at the Houses of Parliament!
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freedom4girls Oct 14
Millions of people around the world don't have access to safe sanitary products.
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Lucy Russell Oct 14
Don't allow culture as an excuse to not challenge taboos and myths or not try something new
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Chelsea FC Women Oct 11
Today for we are helping our charity partner to . More đŸ‘‰
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The Cup Effect Oct 14
This is brilliant! showing REAL Leadership. Look, listen and learn .
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Bloody Good Period. Oct 14
SO brilliant to be part of in Leeds and meet so many like-minded, inspiring badasses working hard to end đŸ’ªđŸ’ª
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#CloseUpCampusTour Feb 14
Unapologetically daring. Do you dare to ?
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Every Month Oct 14
"This is sick" being my way of saying thank you very much for organising this wonderful event
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Period Potential Oct 14
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Powered by Girl Oct 14
"Making assumptions is one of the most dangerous things we can do."
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WEP Shipley Oct 14
Excited to be at event with - period poverty shouldn't exist in 21st Century Britain
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Free The Tampons Oct 12
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Plan Tanzania Apr 10
Menstrual hygiene is not just about the management of the menstrual period but also the need to address societal beliefs and taboos surrounding the issue. 
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Period Potential Oct 14
Period hero from with Janie from The world menstrual network and Tina from at
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Tamsyn O'Connor đŸ‡ªđŸ‡º Oct 14
. Grateful and so much more hopeful of a better future for women after hearing you talk today in Leeds at
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Lucy Russell Oct 14
Informed choice is pivotal to education and decisions for girls as is challenging myths & taboos
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Laura Wood Oct 14
Great morning with the crew at fantastic talks from and
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Menstrual Matters Oct 16
Menstrual Matters at the first ever UK summit on period poverty, health and education, held in Leeds this weekend!
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Vici Fendall Oct 11
If we're embarrassed or ashamed to talk about our periods, we'll never that stand in girls' way.
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Ed Windels Aug 10
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