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UN Women Sep 23
Join us in advocating for as world leaders gather for ! Here's some inspiration from renowned feminist activists who speak up & demand change:
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UNESCO Sep 17
Empowering women, empowers humanity! Only 17% of profiles on Wikipedia are of women. Help us bridge the gender gap in the digital space. Join ! ➡️
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Women and Equalities Sep 18
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Jaafar Abdul Karim Sep 20
THIS ⤵scene from our -Shababtalk in Sudan is causing a heated discussion about in Sudan. Upon your request we translated it into English. Discussion between Sudanese Weam Shogy and the head of the Sudan Scholars Corporation, Mohammed Osman Saleh!
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Ruralmidwiferachel Sep 19
New Zealands first three female Prime Ministers....making history and our futures
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UN Women Australia 8h
When women are excluded, the world loses half its power. Achieving will benefit us all but to get there we need everyone's support. Show the world we are - join us & sign the petition
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UN Education Report Sep 17
What are the causes of slow progress towards in education and how can we address these issues? 👉
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De Beers Group 6h
Today we celebrate the one-year anniversary of our three-year partnership with . We're on a journey, and there's much more to be done in the pursuit of , but we're proud of the progress we've made so far
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Kristalina Georgieva 22h
My fact of the day in rainy NYC ☔️: if women had the same lifetime earnings as men, global wealth would increase by $160 trillion.
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Padma Lakshmi Sep 23
I’m speaking on at the summit. Watch the livestream here:
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Sven Spengemann Sep 23
It’s ’s first ever Week (23-29 Sep), an opportunity that I was honoured to have introduced via Private Member’s Bill C-309. My sincere thanks to colleagues from all Parties & everyone who contributed to make it happen! Let’s talk abt how .
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Jody Wilson-Raybould 22h
Happy Week! Proud to work with , the 1st woman to serve as Deputy Minister of Justice, and Kathleen Roussel, the 1st woman to serve as Director of Public Prosecutions. Building a justice system that reflects the country we live in. .
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Lindiwe Mazibuko 18h
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HeForShe 33m
Behind the scenes: Final prep is being made for the HeForShe IMPACT Summit. Just 2 hours to go before we go live at
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IGUALDAD Sep 20
“Gender equality means that women and men, and girls and boys, enjoy the same rights, resources, opportunities and protections. It does not require that girls and boys, or women and men, be the same, or that they be treated exactly alike." - UNICEF
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Heather Simpson 10h
Thank you for your leadership on the important issue of girls’ education. You inspire others to join in partnership and improve the present and future of girls around the world. I am proud joins this effort.
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Senait Fisseha,MD.JD Professor of OBGYN 22h
It’s a truly remarkable week for global health and development at over all, but i am super excited about the palpable commitment & momentum for advancing . 💪🏽
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Jody Wilson-Raybould Sep 24
affects all aspects of society. Join me in celebrating our Government’s advances in promoting parity within Canada’s bench. from a diverse judicial system. 🇨🇦
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Canada Sep 24
Canada’s is an opportunity to raise awareness for at home and abroad. Find out more about how Government of Canada initiatives are advancing gender equality, to ensure that !
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Canadian Women's Foundation Sep 24
It's Canada's first ever ! from equality. This week is a chance to celebrate the progress we’ve made, and take action to further advance . Here's 5 simple actions you can take:
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