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Phoebe Ewen 23h
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Uday Kature 20h
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deepakulkarni 17h
Under the weather this weekend, so daughter and I taking turns to reach the books to each other. I learn a lot more from books meant for children, kyonki dil to abhi bachcha hai hi. What are you reading this weekend
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Mary Caroline Hill 14h
Replying to @theage
And from WOMEN!
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LIBRA Feb 13
While awaiting the 16 participants of the LIBRA for the sun is rising in Sitges.
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Joko Francisco 6h
Girl has abusive qualities tho. Just bc you're a girl and he's a guy, doesn't mean you can hit him by throwing stuff at him nor verbally threatening to hit him. If you want , don't make...
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Mynation 6h
Replying to @UN_Women
Why don't womens ask their share as peon and directly as CEO? It is not it is need
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Lo Quisha Beasley 11h
It’s sad that in 2019 we still have to fight for equal treatment and pay for women.
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Sophie Chandauka 7h
Lisa Borders: CEO of Time's Up seeks gender equality across all industries via
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UN Women Nordic 7h
Every girl should have access to education and an opportunity to learn!
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Reina Ichii Feb 12
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Chiara Cadeddu 4h
“To be ‘feminist’ in any authentic sense of the term is to want for all people, female and male, liberation from sexist role patterns, domination, and oppression.” 
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OUEDRAOGO SERGE 5h
Join us for a webinar to learn more about the Gender Equality Leadership in the Canadian Private Sector Project. 
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Fernanda Villamarin Feb 15
There is an urgent need to tackle gender inequality, and we all acknowledge that. But the results from this make it even clearer! Women plays a fundamental role in and .
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WeMenSpeak 20h
These football stars are champion of equality.
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PAGED Initiative 16h
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Lucy Obolensky Feb 11
Let’s close the gap- disparities between boys and girls start in primary school. Learning to play together and respect each other is a key first step.
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LIBRA Feb 14
Replying to @libra_science
It took 500 years until the 1st women received a PhD. Isabelle Vernos at explains „the issue“ about
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Ru Feb 10
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