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आलमगीर जी के समर्थक Jul 9
Truly a proud moment for all us. Congratulations to Safiya Hussain for her incridible performance. she has made all Us proud. I hope her achievement will inspire many other Girls😊 My best wishes for her bright future.
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Media Projects Inc. 22h
Watch Mondell's SISTERS OF '77 tonight on KERA-TV at 9 PM. See how 20,000 women changed the Women's Movement at the National Women's Conference in 1977. ,
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Save the Rain 23h
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The Sorority Life Jul 7
Sorority women are leaders, scholars, mentors, and advocates. Sorority life is an invitation to change the world, or at least your part of it. So, what will you do when you join a sorority? We can't wait to find out.
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Jean Augustine Centre 15h
Check us out in today’s article! We love our ‘second home’ and want to see it continue on for many years to come.
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Flaulis Jul 9
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ICI Jul 7
Learn more about and what can be done to tackle it by watching our animated series 'Kweku and the Bird'. Over four episodes topics such as , & the role of the community are explored
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World Speech Day South Africa #worldspeechday 🇿🇦 Jul 10
Help us make the nation-wide distribution of our online WSD SA Skills Development Program possible for a more far reaching social impact - this time, for the purpose of the Campaign
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Aeriol Ascher Jul 9
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Susanna Wallis Jul 8
For 4 yrs 2011-2015 we did Home Ed. Well, actually we were rarely home! Just found a lovely memory of my then 12yo teaching knitting at the Create Place
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Aeriol Ascher Jul 2
develop excellent Even if you have wonderful ideas if they are not presented in an effective way, they won't be executed.
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IsDB Engage Jul 7
", including economic empowerment through expansion of renewable energies, has to be at the core of reducing carbon emissions & building climate-resilient societies." Senegalese women are empowering the ! Read more:
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unitedwomensingapore Jul 7
Edith Eva Eger was just a teenager when her entire family was sent to Auschwitz, which had one of the largest Nazi concentration and death camps. Fortunately, with her bravery, she managed to save herself and her sister.
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Lamont Jul 7
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Jessica Toussaint 21h
Time of REVEAL! Your day is coming. While you're in the waiting room, keep working. Prepare for your day of reveal!
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Katie Phillips Jul 8
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Aeriol Ascher Jul 7
Invest in themselves. They know that they are their most valuable asset. Always continue to educate yourself and commit to
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MENASP Jul 9
Check out the new MENASP's Policy Innovation Case Studies issue no 7 written by , associate professor at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University.
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drpaulnyc Jul 3
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Paula Loblack Jul 4
“Believe in yourself. You are braver than you think, more talented than you know, and capable of more than you imagine.”
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