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I am Meher Baba (parody account) 15h
Life and action embody the strength of the European ideal and the meaning of its construction. After suffering the worst atrocities, she said that she had reconciled her with the 20th century. Bravo for this work of incarnation.
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🇪🇺🇫🇷 Friederike Röder Mar 8
Aïssa Doumara, 1st winner of the Prize, with jury members , & : plotting on how to change the 🌎 so that equality becomes a reality for everyone! Female entrepreneurship, helping Boko Haram survivors, convincing the World Bank...
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Anne Ravanona Mar 6
So honoured to be invited by President to serve on the Jury for the first ever « Prix Simone Veil de la République Française » to honour her legacy and the work of a person/entity to further stay tuned to learn more!
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Meryl PharmD Advocacy Feb 15
I live in Paris. Swastikas were found on letter boxes displaying a portrait of the late . The word "Juden" (in German!) was sprayed in yellow paint on a bakery's window. Also, one of the trees honouring (tortured to death in 2006) was chopped down.
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Emily Bove Feb 26
Honored to have been invited by the French President to be part of the jury for the first French government award for women's rights, named after French women's rights advocate . Excited to tell and share more next week from Paris!
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Jayet Creusot Sophie Mar 8
Deep emotion who ignites fights for women and recognizes engagement against forced mariages and suppporting girls education. announces 120m € fund created for women rights + specific initiatives
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Elena Rossini ✨ #ThisIsWhatAFilmDirectorLooksLike Mar 8
I will never forget this . Thanks to my dear friend , I was invited to the for the first Prize for Gender Equality. It was awarded to Cameroonian activist Aissa Doumara, for her work to help victims of violence and forced marriage.
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Zeina Antonios Mar 8
Myrna Boustani, 1st female deputy in in 1963, Nouhad Soueid "the rock of " and Laure Moghayzel the lebanese are three women who paved the way for in politics in the country
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Em 🇪🇺 #StopBrexit #Peoplesvote #Sodem #FBPE Mar 8
Today I’m wearing my “Merci Simone shirt” as a tribute to Simon Veil, French minister of health, who legalized abortion in France in 1984.
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I am Meher Baba (parody account) Feb 25
Replying to @fabienne_keller
Let's give Marianne the traits of ! It is the embodiment of the and the , of their values, of their fights. After Deneuve, Bardot, Casta... it would make sense to give our national incarnation the face of one of its greatest women!
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Inès Clarance Mar 8
Replying to @Inesclarance
SIMONE VEIL : Lawyer, judge, minister of health, president of European Parliament, 6th women to join « l’Académie Française ». She led the great fight of her political life by being at the origin of the law decriminalizing abortion in France 1974.
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Alex von Witzleben Mar 7
40 years ago, was elected as the 1st President of the European Parliament following direct suffrage in 1979. Her traumatic experiences during the World War sowed seeds of a commitment to a unified Europe & European values.
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Alexandra Maratchi Mar 8
On this I think about so many women who’ve paved the way to get my rights & me to where we are today. So to choose one isn’t easy, but prevails.
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Anne Ravanona Mar 6
Replying to @jkhoey
Thanks Kelly! Is such an honour to help honour the legacy of the incredible and otjers following in her footsteps for human rights.
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Charly Heberer 🇪🇺 🇺🇳🌏 Feb 27
We're approaching chillout zone in Agora at now. Or, as would say: The sun teaches us that politics is not everything B-)
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marie_love_green Mar 14
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Forsan News EN Mar 8
- President Emmanuel Macron awards" Prize" to honour women's rights .
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My Underground Mother Mar 8
A beautiful way to honor the legacy of & connect women's struggle for justice throughout the world & time. Cameroon women’s activist wins award in memory of French icon Simone Veil via
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Raphaël Mar 8
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Corinne B "la parolede l'enfant Mar 9
Replying to @__OncleDom__
...quelle classe ! 🌹
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