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MakeEveryWomanCount 6h
2008 to 2017: Sub-Saharan had the most countries introducing legal reforms to make women and men before the law, improving the region’s score by 5.59 points. The Middle East and North Africa had the lowest increase: 2.86 points.
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Shobhit Singh Apr 21
Replying to @capt_amarinder
Violation of SC ruling PAY FOR EQUAL WORK.
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muslimbychoiceunited Apr 20
Polygamy ? Muslims can barely handle one wife these days try to be focused on what you have one wife before you accumulate wives they are not a collection men have a degree of responsibility over them PARTNERS
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Adenle david Apr 5
I don’t quite get the logic of arresting young Nigerians because they have dreadlocks. Some of these guys have created decent enterprises, created jobs for hundreds of youths. The obvious truth is that it’s not about what is on your head but what’s in your head 🧠
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WomensEqualityUK Apr 8
Shared parental leave is one of our key priorities, not just because WE want women to have opportunities at work but because men deserve to have an equal stake in life.
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Sara Gillingham Apr 11
Today is the launch of the campaign for Marriage in the . I support this. It speaks to us all in how we can live alongside one another in . We must end the decades of & allow all to share in the privileges many assume.
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EFMD News 10h
The complexity of Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) makes it a highly debated issue, not only as an instrument to course quality but also as an instrument in the faculty HR cycle. Learn more from the report:
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Mix-Icon Apr 17
Replying to @SaraCarterDC
Whatever the rule of law is.. is what we should do ... and error on the side of transparency if no law applies . And most importantly it’s time for application of the laws because up to this point ... it’s has been NOt been equally applied
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StoV #DriveToRevive Apr 20
No show ever touched me the way did this last episode. No woman should ever be afraid of giving birth due to these kind of events!!! Everyone is and should be treated as such!
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Waveform Gaming Ladies🌊🎮 Apr 20
RT : I stan for Equality in gaming...
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Maya Wiley Apr 2
Joining now with the power panel of women. pay
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Sachiv Gupta🇮🇳 Apr 6
cries for rights-⁦⁩. seeks ans 4m all candidates of ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦. wl vote only 4 issues pertaining to us. ⁦⁩ mind it.
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Justice For Alice! Apr 9
I am fed up of the excuse ' it was a catalogue of disasters ' it's like disabled people are treated like cattle. Their deaths are more ' another disabled collateral disaster ' and they have the audacity to say that they are & treat everyone .
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Wizard Ayush Apr 4
Looking forward for the Youth Forum 2019 at Head Quarters, New York on 8th and 9th April - And Thank you so much for inviting me as a for India and Canada - Student
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EASPD Apr 10
We agree with our upcoming conference speaker ! can support the opportunities for persons with disabilities 5 days before registrations close for our conference on investing in social services. Don't miss out 👉
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Miss A 🌻 Apr 5
And this is the part where you find out who you are.” • • • • • • 📸: @mgmarshallphotography
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UN in Sri Lanka Apr 8
Meet Kasunjith, Tharindi & Darshatha, 's delegates for Youth Forum 2019. They'll be joining young people from across the world to discuss, share experiences & provide recommendations on the theme , Included & .
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thisisFINLAND Apr 6
One of the greatest strengths of in is that it offers everyone opportunities to study, regardless of social and financial background. Instead of competition and comparison, basic education focuses on support and guidance for the pupils as individuals.
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Inspired Pins Apr 6
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Sanusi, G 12h
Replying to @ibrahimado__ @dadiyata
Allah ya saka da alkhairi are to be treat as as everyone.
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