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United Nations 31 Mar 18
Overheard at : 5 voices from the UN’s largest meeting on women’s rights via
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UN Women 9 Apr 18
Nehad Abo El-Komsan is an Egyptian lawyer who believes that ending gender-based violence is "not just a women's issue, it is protection for the whole society." More voices of :
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UN Women 8 Apr 18
“I was only 10 or 11 years old, when my father decided to circumcise me..." -- Purity Soinato Oiyie, Kenya. See how women's rights advocates like her raised their voices at :
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UN Women 8 Apr 18
🇰🇪Purity Soinato Oiyie 🇮🇳Sohini Shoaib 🇷🇸Marija Andjelkovic 🇮🇩Helda Khasmy 🇨🇲Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo 5 voices from , the 's largest meeting on women’s rights:
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UN Women 7 Apr 18
Why did gender equality advocates from around the 🌍 come to ? Find out:
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Hillel Neuer 17 Jun 18
To recap: Saudi official Tamader Al-Rammah, who in March was head of the Saudi delegation to the UN Commission on the Status of Women —telling lies about the regime's persecution of women—will now serve as a expert legislating for the world on women's rights.
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United Nations CSW 2 Apr 18
Over 4,300 civil society representatives from 120 countries came to . Here are just 12 of those voices: v
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UN Women 8 Apr 18
A call to action for the rights of women & girls everywhere: Check out some highlights from the ’s largest gathering on gender equality, 👇
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Women Deliver 2 Apr 18
RT if you agree with Women Deliver Young Leader - "We need to actively look for diverse youth working at the community level."
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UN Women 12 Apr 18
2 weeks 4,300 representatives 600 civil society orgs 170 Member States 's largest gathering on gender equality, took place in March. The to work towards our goals!
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UN Women 3 Apr 18
“Women in rural communities want to be recognized for their contribution to food & nutrition security for their families and the nation." -- Wekoweu (Akole) Tsuhah, India. More voices:
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Khetsiwe Dlamini 28 Mar 18
has been a pleasure this year and I'm glad to learn of the Agreed Conclusions Member States delivered. We all have the capacity & potential turn these promises to actions: v
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Say NO - UNiTE 21 Jul 18
Let's revisit Deputy Secretary-General 's words from ! RT if you agree. via
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UN News 25 Mar 18
UN Commission delivers a blueprint to ensure the rights & development of rural women and girls ➤
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UN Women 6 Apr 18
"Many people don’t speak global languages such as English, and so how do you create context-appropriate content for women and girls?” -- Nandini Chami, India. More ❓❔❓
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Women Deliver 29 Mar 18
One thing we heard loud & clear during - young people are critical drivers of change & development! Women Deliver Young Leader puts it in her own words.
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Equality Rights 28 Mar 18
Really quality reflections on here, from lifting the words out of the Agreed Conclusions and into the lives of women and girls to knocking down the barriers that lock out CSW participation and engagement.
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Catherine Nyambura 3 Apr 18
From the just concluded , an explainer on wins,loses and the reason for celebration
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Neven Mimica 28 Mar 18
Very proud of the excellent results of this year's CSW2018 and of the EU's strong contribution – looking forward to continue empowering all women and girls around the globe with all partners and stakeholders
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Plan International 25 Mar 18
Violence against girls can be exacerbated by exclusion, isolation and poverty: all significant issues in rural areas. We’re working around the world to help girls feel safe – wherever they live, learn and work.
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