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UNESCO Sep 17
Empowering women, empowers humanity! Only 17% of profiles on Wikipedia are of women. Help us bridge the gender gap in the digital space. Join ! ➡️
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Pedro Sánchez 23h
Many thanks for your invitation! We design ways for our countries to work more closely together to build that work for everyone and advance .
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Women and Equalities Sep 18
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UN Women 23h
Join us in advocating for as world leaders gather for ! Here's some inspiration from renowned feminist activists who speak up & demand change:
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Jaafar Abdul Karim Sep 20
THIS ⤵scene from our -Shababtalk in Sudan is causing a heated discussion about in Sudan. Upon your request we translated it into English. Discussion between Sudanese Weam Shogy and the head of the Sudan Scholars Corporation, Mohammed Osman Saleh!
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Claire Storey Sep 23
Strange words from 8 y.o. son: pleeeease can I help you with the ironing and then I'll go to straight to bed without complaining 😀
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Ruralmidwiferachel Sep 19
New Zealands first three female Prime Ministers....making history and our futures
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UN Geneva 3h
Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous & sustainable🌎 Here's what goals the United Nations' 193 Member States have committed to achieving by 2030
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Canadian Women's Foundation 7h
It's Canada's first ever ! from equality. This week is a chance to celebrate the progress we’ve made, and take action to further advance . Here's 5 simple actions you can take:
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Charlie Lewis 3h
The UK government needs to stop the sexist policy of gender segregating council houses - siblings aren't even sexually attracted to each other u government morons
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UN Education Report Sep 17
What are the causes of slow progress towards in education and how can we address these issues? 👉
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Padma Lakshmi Sep 23
I’m speaking on at the summit. Watch the livestream here:
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Sven Spengemann Sep 23
It’s ’s first ever Week (23-29 Sep), an opportunity that I was honoured to have introduced via Private Member’s Bill C-309. My sincere thanks to colleagues from all Parties & everyone who contributed to make it happen! Let’s talk abt how .
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IGUALDAD Sep 20
“Gender equality means that women and men, and girls and boys, enjoy the same rights, resources, opportunities and protections. It does not require that girls and boys, or women and men, be the same, or that they be treated exactly alike." - UNICEF
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EqualMeasures2030 4h
‘It’s important to work with local women’s organizations. They know what information is missing.’ - Diane Jacovella from In 130 countries, Canada invests $150Million to work with local women’s organizations and address issues of
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Nancy Janovicek 6h
Annie Gale’s statement of eligibility to run for office. Note her amendment to the document.
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Ladies' Giggles Sep 23
Have a pleasant week. Gender equality is about giving hope and saying YOU CAN DO IT! is more than just liberating people from violence but empowering their minds.
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Ann  Rosenberg 6h
Congratulations to who was identified as one of the top champions of women in this special report at Financial Times - Winners were nominated by peers and colleagues, then reviewed by a panel of judges See the full list
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Grace 11h
Fantastic ppt and insights by and on removing discriminatory laws/practices & to put in place legal frameworks that advance
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Sajeeb Wazed Sep 20
. concludes to be 's second most gender equal country
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