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Family Planning 2020 16m
What’s the difference between tokenism and meaningful engagement? Read more about what we learned at to make sure we’re not only giving space but also empowering youth voices. Read more:
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Canada in India 14h
: Here's what some of the participants from India have to share about the world's largest conference, key takeaways, working w. our missions & next steps!
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Population Council 5h
A to where , Deputy Director, chatted with on why a gender lens is needed in data collection and how evidence can ensure sound policies for women and girls.
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Family Planning 2020 7h
NEW BLOG! FP2020 is still celebrating the successes from . Read more about what we did at and some of our highlights:
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Michael Messenger Jul 11
I had the privilege of hearing Shakila speak at . Sharing this kind of story cannot be easy. Talk about bravery.
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Asia Catalyst Jul 17
Our insights from , the world's largest conference on women & health & the need for inserting marginalized women's voices front & center in feminist philanthropy...
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Ulaha Joseph Iorlap. Jul 17
Most data in healthcare facilities on people who actually seek healthcare must be perfect& not bias as it doesn’t further entrench inequities, like gender inequities, visa refusal & other forms of unnecessary discrimination about such persons as stressed by . .
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Abt Associates Jul 17
Did you visit our booth at ? We asked our visitors an important question: How will you help empower women and girls around the world? Here are their answers:
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Women Deliver 24h
“There's power in not telling your story. People are lying when they say they have to hear the details of your story in order to understand.” on the risk of survivors’ stories being treated as “trauma porn.”
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Women Deliver Jul 16
was 1️⃣ step toward a more 🌏🌍🌎 The new ideas, inspiration & solutions we shared will continue to inspire the world to harness power for good! Check out 3️⃣7️⃣ ways that WD2019 delivered for girls, women & here:
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Katja Iversen Jul 9
An inspiring read! 37 Ways that the ⁦⁦⁦⁩ 2019 conference delivered for girls, women and
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TEAMCOBY-NIGERIA Jul 14
37 ways that delivered for girls, women, and gender equality:
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Women Deliver Jul 15
Nothing about us without us! Youth delegates at share how they’re making change in their communities by ensuring that are included in dialogues regarding their sexual & reproductive health & rights.
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Johnson & Johnson Africa 8h
Hear from Spokeswoman Nozi Samela as she shares her highlights and learnings from : .
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Landesa Jul 17
“Many women are unable to exercise their right over land. This is a huge issue.” explains the scale of the issue for women and the critical importance of social behavior change work.
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Johnson & Johnson Africa Jul 16
"Continue to create spaces for dialogue with young people so that they can be heard and listened to." - , one of Consultants, shares her message to women with .
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Jessica Olivan Jul 15
So inspiring! Young feminist leaders from around the world on their experience at - we need to keep supporting them as they are the future change-makers.
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Options Consortium Jul 12
What does it take to improve for women and girls?
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Women Deliver Jul 15
On day, we're spotlighting 25x25 young leaders who are a testament to the power of movements, solidarity, and investing in the next generation. Check out their reflections on 👉
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Johnson & Johnson Africa Jul 13
At , youth ambassadors, Josephine Naloukenya, Dee Mphafi and William Epane, spoke with to shared their messages for young advocates.
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