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UK in Sierra Leone 🇬🇧🇸🇱 Oct 11
At our inspirational reception last night at the British High Commission for the recent female recruits from RSLAF hosted a stand show casing their brilliant work in breaching the gender gap towards peace support operations and gender equality 1/4
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Youth Network for Community and Sustainable Devpt. Oct 11
This year’s theme for is “Girlforce: Unscripted and Unstoppable”. We recognise all girls who craft their own stories wherever they are, and even when no one notices. Help us recognise them and comment under or quote this tweet with their story.
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Stephen Lecce Oct 11
Working together with to empower, inspire, and champion the rights & economic opportunities of all girls, here in 🇨🇦 and around the 🌎.
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Plan International Nov 7
"Girls must be protected regardless of their colour, identity, size, shape or religion. We must be protected in all our diversity!" 👏 To celebrate , Kaye joined 11 young artists from the Philippines to transform an unsafe alleyway into a space of inclusivity. 💪
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Julia Gillard Oct 10
Thank you , and all the Australian girls surveyed for the report ‘She Has A Plan’, for including me in your list of inspiring role models. At , we know from research role models help girls aim high!
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Nick Whalen Oct 11
On this , I think about my daughter and dream about a future of gender equality and an end to gender-based violence. Canada has a role to play at home and around the world. We have come a long way, but have a long way to go.
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Greg Mortenson🌻 Oct 11
2019 International Day of The Girl. 132+ million girls are not in school today and denied their fundamental right of education. Investing in girls is the most powerful tool we have to create a sustainable, nurturing & thriving global society.
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US Holocaust Museum Oct 11
Nesse Godin survived a ghetto, four labor camps, and a death march—all before her 18th birthday. Now, she uses her experiences as a young girl during the Holocaust to “tell the world what hatred can do.”
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Vodafone Group Oct 11
"Education is like oxygen for us. I want to become a doctor to help people like me, and inspire others to say ‘I’ll be like her’” - Fugia, Kakuma refugee camp, Kenya.
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jai Oct 11
Today I have the privilege of attending The International Day of the Girl 2019 Speak Out at the United Nations HQ in New York, New York! Head over to my Instastory to check out this amazing opportunity! 👯‍♀️🎉
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The White Helmets Oct 11
Even in crisis, girls play a critical role in their homes & communities.. From we loved to remind you again of the story of our angel Sham 💙💛
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Rotimi Olawale Oct 15
Data tells us that, we are not giving girls the necessary headstart in life. According to , only 45% of girls in Northern Nigeria attend school
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RebecaGyumi Oct 10
Kudos to launching their Plan B program in Kisarawe which focuses on economic resilience for out of school girls 👏🏾👏🏾
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The White Helmets Oct 11
1.1 billion girls 1 world Unlimited dreams Girls can do anything!
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USAID Oct 11
Globally, 132 million girls are out of school. Accessing quality education is critical to achieving gender equality. USAID works to empower girls with education globally:
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Royal Suitor Oct 11
HRH recently shared a quote during a speech in Cape Town: “Visualize your highest self, and show up as her.” To all of the young girls reading this today on International Day of the Girl, that quote is for you.
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Plan International Nov 5
We need to encourage more girls to raise their voices 📣 and take positions of leadership. 🙌 When Angella took over as Managing Director of Barclays Bank Uganda, she used her power to ask how Barclays could encourage girls and women to work in the banking industry 💪
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UN Foundation Oct 10
214 million girls & women around the world want to avoid or delay pregnancy but are not using . This International , we celebrate those who are and in advocating for their right to :
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mostafa.m Oct 11
Replying to @MostafaMe4
Being a and a child, makes Iranian children the most vulnerable under the misogynist rule of the mullahs since the rights of women & are neither protected nor promoted in Iran.
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Plan International Australia Oct 11
Malala, Jacinda, Greta.. what do these incredible change-makers have and in common? They are educated! Imagine what our world would be like if every girl could go to school. Help us achieve this dream: sign up to
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