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Stockholm Gender Forum Apr 17
participants, thank you for the high spirits, knowledge, determination and courage! This is not goodbye. Let's walk together and create
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artsofokolooliver Apr 16
It's hard at first, You may even question if leaving was the right decision. It was the right decision. After the shock and the fog clears out. Things start to get easier. Bt remember, never be bullied in silence. Never again allow yourself to be made a victim
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Anna Höggren Apr 16
"Climate change is not a matter of fashion, it is a matter of life and death. If you‘re a feminist in west you should care about how your actions affect the global south" – Lorena aguilar
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Lee Webster Apr 17
“How do we measure resentment? How do we measure the complexity of women’s experiences? We are not easily quantifiable” - thought-provoking from at
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Evelyne Guindon Apr 17
Chinamanda Ngozi Adichie tells us that story telling provides details that educate us and make it difficult to silence women.
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Fredrik Florén Apr 16
The first day of great discussions at ends with a lovely soirée at Stadshuset. Artist Ane Brun tribute to the unsung héroïnes was nothing but magical. Here some photos of the Swedish-Tunisian team 🇹🇳🇸🇪.
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MÄN Apr 17
Thank you : “We can remake masculinity. We can change it from this narrow cage that traps men into a human idea. We can expect men to be vulnerable. We can give men the language of emotion. We can teach men to respect the autonomy of women.“
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Sethi Hoshiarpuria May 12
Still waiting for my Princess charming.
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She Decides Apr 17
And here are the panelists for a
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Sethi Hoshiarpuria 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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Alex Munive Apr 17
Story telling creates context and allows to focus sexual harassement discussion on the abuse power rather than sex.
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Abhijit Das Apr 17
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie says laws are important but changing cultural mindsets is more important to address the violence women face.
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DFID_Gender Apr 17
Inspired by @ : warning us that future generations will judge our performance as leaders and as citizens on gender equality. Sweden’s feminist foreign policy leads the way by asking ‘where are women’ in everything they do
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Sida Apr 15
The panel agrees that it is not about “male” or “female”, but about perceptions and innovative entrepreneurship to achieve economic empowerment for women.
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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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PMU Apr 17
We can remake the world and remake masculinuty for a says Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie at
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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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Ogerta Manastirliu Apr 16
Representing at together w/ Dep Speaker Vasilika Hysi 👉 Striving every day for a
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Guðlaugur Þór Apr 17
Role models matter & is "win-win" Exclusive paternity leave and affordable quality day-care are instrumental
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Dragana Kaurin Apr 17
Today I'm a digital curator for @StockholmGenderForum, reporting live from the conversation on How to make the 2030 Agenda empower women and girls? Follow for other updates and opportunities to engage in conversation around the
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