The Gender Dividend this Giving Tuesday

When you think of philanthropy, what springs to mind? Large sums of money being donated at high-end black tie affairs, to hospitals, arts institutions and …

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The unfinished business of leadership, then and now

This week, the United Nations and member states, activists and civil society mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the adoption of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for …

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Happy 10th Birthday, UN Women

Today, I celebrate with my sisters and brothers the world over who fight for justice. I honour the giants who have come before me, working …

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Riding for Women’s Rights in Thailand

At the age of 13, Nunnaree Luangmoi dropped out of school. She was sent to work as a nanny and housekeeper, paid little, with scarce …

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