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RenceCloset Apr 21
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FIRST 23 Mar 18
According to a study by , U.S. children are drawing female scientists now more than ever, signaling that children's stereotypes linking with men have weakened over time:
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EuropeAid Apr 8
As the 1st female candidate for the position of Director-General, is breaking down barriers - for all women! "Women are everywhere in food systems... I want them to be valued and recognised," she says. 💪🏽 Learn more about her priorities 👇🏽
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Cecilia Malmström Mar 8
Replying to @europeaid
On I nominate Simone Veil. I am because she was a feminist and a pro-European. Veil was a survivor of the Shoah and dedicated her life to European unity and cooperation having personally experienced the alternative.
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Jean-Eric Paquet Mar 8
Happy ! Raised by my mother & sisters, I've always been surrounded by inspiring women. Today, my daughter reminds me we must achieve a clean planet & fair society, which demands 100% of our brainpower. I'm to fight for ➕ 👩‍🔬
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Dreamers-GDC OFC Mar 28
Thank you European Union of the Philippines On top of a successful acting and singing career, Glaiza De Castro initiated in 2015 and became a UN Women Celebrity Supporter.. Read more 👇🏻
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Vicky Dobson Mar 7
Today we had the pleasure of hearing talk about her career & how Parkrun helps with her wellbeing for . Everyone listening heard me say I would take part in tonight’s 5k run...I only went & did it! 🏃🏻‍♀️💪🏻🚶🏻‍♀️
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Stijn De Lameillieure Mar 8
We are because she is an advocate for education for girls trapped in crises. She leads the world’s global initiative on education in emergencies and protracted crises.
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Jyrki Katainen Mar 8
Happy - my Grand Mother was a volunteer in Church’s foreign aid work. She taught me a lot about human dignity and international responsibility.
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Namuh Media Mar 8
Happy We're inspired by the strong women we’ve met. Like Diana from who walked 2hrs to school & back. With help from Diana is the 1st woman in her family & village to go university! Photo by: Jaco Bester
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EU Del in Somalia Mar 8
General has the distinction of not only being appointed as the first female Deputy Police Commissioner, but also as the highest ranked female in the Somali Police Force. She is an inspiration to many girls/women in 🇸🇴
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Douglas McCarthy Mar 11
Morning. In case you missed it on , we published the last chapter of our Pioneers exhibition, celebrating 8 trailblazing historical women in the arts, sciences and society: Hope you like it.
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Lilac's Little Legs Mar 8
We were lucky enough to be contacted by who came & spent some time with us. This little video has absolutely made our day 💜
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GOOD AMERICAN Aug 9
“My confidence and self-worth are not dependent on my size or weight. I am damn proud of the woman that I am. Once you find peace with yourself, the rest will follow.” thank you for these motivating words full of authenticity & love!
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Douglas McCarthy Mar 13
Sincere thanks to the 1000 online visitors who've already reviewed and commented on Pioneers since we launched the exhibition a few weeks ago. We read everything so please keep sharing your thoughts. 🙂
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ONEinEU Mar 8
On , we nominate . We are because age was not a limit when she founded , an organisation active in Northern Nigeria where the high rates of illiteracy and poverty are compounded by violent insurgency.
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being ingenious™ Mar 7
"6 things which people think a can't do", let's find out!!! Share this video with and 3 who you believe can .
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Team Appreciate 30 Mar 18
Sally Ride was the first American woman in space in 1983, breaking boundaries for women in STEM! "I hope to become an aerospace engineer so naturally Sally Ride is someone I admire and look up to." (Shampurna)  
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EU in Nigeria 🇪🇺 Mar 8
Nigerian women are among millions of extraordinary, inspiring women all over the world, in all walks of life. On Discover how Wadi Victoria Ben-Hirki and Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfola are inspiring millions
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EuropeAid Apr 1
Mam Jarra Mbaye is an entrepreneur with a story to tell. After voluntarily returning to The Gambia w/ support of , she set up her own business & co-founded , an NGO which aims to raise awareness of the risks of irregular migration. We are 🤩
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