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Hrithik Roshan Dec 10
Feminism is inclusive.It includes men by way of not demanding but commanding equality.Its about recognition of an individuals worth regardless of gender. based on merit. In that sense feminism is a fight for Humanity. & so not a word to scare from
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UNESCO Dec 14
This is a message for the Film industry. We want: ➕films written by women ➕films directed by women ➕films produced by women is about respecting our own humanity ℹ️
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Jasmine Kaur Dec 13
A men’s ego always gets hurt when they consider themselves “progressive” and you call them out for considering helping with domestic duties at home once in while “being progressive”. Once in a while special does not apply 2
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thisisFINLAND Dec 5
is the only country in the developed world where fathers spend more time with school-aged children than mothers, to the tune of eight minutes a day.
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Finnish Government Dec 14
Congratulations! Chancellor Angela Merkel is the 1st recipient of the international Gender Equality Price given by , announced PM in the margins of in .
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MSD Australia 20h
Our Managing Director, Riad El-Dada, took the Pay Equity Pledge in 2016, aligning to our commitment to . You can read more about the pledge here
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LeadingWithPassion™ 4h
"700 million women alive today were married under the age of 18". (UN Women)
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TheGiniKhan Dec 11
Today Man is arrested for putting foot on front arm rest. Tomorrow will Media act same way if a women rests feet on front seat nd by mistake it touches a boy? Will police register a case against such women and arrest her?
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School&FamilyWorks 2h
“We need to recognize that children, regardless of gender, harbor innate sweetness that we, as a society, would do well to foster and preserve.” A great article by about raising boys
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kent buse Dec 13
Advancing action for in global health is why we initiated Global Health 50/50: we will launch our inaugural accountability report on international women’s day 2018
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hussein 20h
Thank U for showing exemplary courage to talk abt men, raising a voice for d forgotten gender. Where many refuse to go against d tide, u chose to take a stand coz u believe in TRUE wonder when wil join us
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Sathish Rames Dec 8
True men protect the dignity of women, boys work on degrading them hey kid, remember that she who gave birth to you is a woman too, we're working towards an age of gender equality, if you can't respect her, I suggest you stay mum about it
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Ashmita 10h
A1 alternative education could make sense when a person gets educated not only from bookish knowledge but from society, also about how the world is outside. From situation from communication, workshops and so on.
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Safecity/Sharda 10h
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Oban Elliott Dec 8
Some bird just threw a bottle at me for bantering with the boys on the bus imagine if I threw a bottle at her lol
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Helen Clark 3h
Let's say it again: companies committed 2 promoting in the boardroom, senior management, & overall workforce perform better. So why don't more do it?? There are plenty of role model companies. Don't hold back! @RandiDavisUNDP
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Katja Iversen Dec 14
Not good enough. Universal Health Coverage is really important but there is nothing universal about this. The image of global health leadership at the global conf. NOW. Stop the talk, walk the walk.
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The Pankhurst Centre Dec 14
Wow you've just taken the campaign to the next level ! Thank you so much for your donation! We'll honour your support with a plaque in the garden 🌸
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Chad #NoToFoodBlockade Booc 15h
OMG! Eng'g Lantern is af. It's a carousel with four 'horses' representing diff societal issues. 1) Lumad on book: 2) Farmer on carabao: 3) Jeep: 4) Rainbow: WAAAH COLLEGE KO YAN 😍😍
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Billie Jean King 12h
Cheers to Norway and its continued commitment to . Whether it's parity in the boardroom or on the playing field, when women and men have equal representation and compensation, everyone wins.
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