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Margot Wallström Jun 26
The torch from the has been passed on. I warmly welcome that Tunisia will host the next Forum on Gender Equality in April next year. With joined forces, we can strengthen our work towards a more .
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Women Deliver Dec 22
We cannot wait to join 6,000 influencers, advocates, and activists in Vancouver to advance girls and women worldwide. We need to work together to create a more ! 🌍 Will you join us? Visit for details.
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UN Development Nov 25
End gender stereotypes to . offers this powerful message for a .
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Sweden in Sudan Dec 8
Right now in Khartoum, we're making the internet more gender equal. Together with Wikimedia, UN Women, Ericsson and Zain.
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Swedish MFA Jun 28
You can't achieve 100% success while only using 50% of your strength.
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Women Deliver Nov 11
Our President was nominated for Dane of the Year! A fearless champion for & the health & rights of girls & women, Katja uses her expertise to create a more . Vote here! ✔️ .
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Women Deliver Nov 1
A5: We know that gender equality benefits everyone – including men! They are crucial to shifting gender norms, fighting extremism and creating a more , so that when , everyone listens.
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Aleta Miller Sep 25
Want to include more women in meetings/events/panels? Welcome their babies & kids! Lovely to have some younger participants join us in our localisation workshop for & provinces happening now in .
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Swedish MFA Jun 29
"The challenges facing girls and women in this country really need to be addressed, and Sweden is a strong partner in this respect,” says Sweden’s Ambassador to Pakistan, Ingrid Johansson. More on their work for a here:
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Swedish MFA Jun 28
Gender equality is a fundamental aim of Swedish foreign policy. In Albania, Sweden is an active advocate of gender equality & the largest bilateral donor in the area. is frequently invited to attend consultations and seminars:
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Donna McSkimming Apr 16
At the Stockholm Gender Forum participants are reclaiming "trouble makers" they are trouble for the patriarchy, trouble for discrimination, trouble for violence against women and trouble for inequality in all its forms.
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Kate Kroeger Apr 17
“To be clear, it isn’t a glass ceiling we have to break through, it is a thick layer of men.” 🙌 😂
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Sally Ncube Apr 17
Women are not observers in conflict why should they be confined to be observors of Peace negotiations
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Aleta Miller Sep 22
Sad fact: only 5% of world leaders gathered at the UN for this week's UNGA are women. We can, & must, do better to represent & benefit from all of humanity.
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Singga May 12
Still waiting for my Princess charming.
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Georgina Dent Apr 16
At the end of day one of my head is spinning. I shall seek to communicate the ideas, the hope & possibilities for a just as soon as I restore my cognitive function.
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UN Women India Apr 29
“Why has the word become such an uncomfortable one?” – , Goodwill Ambassador. RT if you’re a feminist & proud!
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Katja Iversen Jun 19
Girls and women are drivers of development and progress for all. They need to be safe, healthy, educated, empowered, heard and visible. And we all have a role to play in creating a @WomenatForbes
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Singga Apr 27
I'm just trying to be a housewife to a wife who is making dough. Is that too much to ask for?
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UN Development Apr 17
Women make up only 23.5% of the world’s parliamentarians. The world needs to have an equal voice in decision making -
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