Gender Equality / Women's empowerment
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    Empow'Her - French public interest organization, has organized an event to give voice to female entrepreneurs and present projects of social entrepreneurship.

Inés Temple

How do we include more girls in education?
WikiStage World Bank Group - Lima
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    A talk on including more girls in education, given at WikiStage WBG event in Lima, Peru.

Shannon Galpin

What is the power of voice?
WikiStage Empow'Her
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    "I am a mother, I am an activist, I am an author, an adventurer, I'm the founder of a non profit. I am a feminist and I am a victim of gender violence. And, more importantly, I am a voice. I am one of over 7 billions voices in the world and having a voice means using it."

    "Many consider that I'm a feminist because I'm a woman. And of course, I want for myself the right to vote, the right for equal pay, the ability to have my own decisions about my body and my future but I don't think it's radical to say that I want the same freedoms as men and that my gender shouldn't have nothing to do with it."

    "I believe that women's right it's a human's rights issue and it does involve men, that does involve the global community stepping up and taking a look at gender equity and gender violence as a real issue that affects everyone."

    "I can feel the apathy that prevents change and action and yet through that apathy and through the outrage that nothing was changing, I wondered why wasn't everyone doing anything about it... (...) and I realized that 'Yea, I am someone'. Individual action does matter. Because in the face of these issues - gender equity, genocide, the environment, sex trafficking - these issues are not gonna be solved by governments and multinational corporations or the would have been solved. These issues are going to change with individual action and individual voices insisting upon change amongst the structures that are there to create change"


Melanie Wendland

Improving women’s health in Sub-Saharan Africa through service design
Service Experience Camp
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    Every day approximately 800 women die from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. The Better Outcomes in Labour Difficulty (BOLD) project is a joint two year initiative of WHO, M4ID and three universities to address maternal mortality and morbidity through the design of innovative services and tools to support health workers in providing appropriate care during childbirth and to increase demand for respectful, quality care among women and their families. Can service design make a difference and empower a shift in behavior?

    Filmed at the Service Experience Camp 15
    Berlin - 13.11.2015

    Melanie Wendland
    Director of Service Design and Innovation, M4ID

    Filmed and Edited by:
    Vladimir Georgiev
    Merja Hannikainen
    Joseph Murphy

Malala Yousafzai

The Incomparable Malala Yousafzai
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    The Nobel Prize winner joined Ellen for premiere week to share her inspiring story and discuss her continuous fight for education.

Vicky Pryce

Vicky Pryce on Women in Business
WikiStage ESCP Europe - London
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    Vicky Pryce at WikiStage ESCP Europe 2015 London on women in business


¿Comó incluimos a más niñas en la educación?
WikiStage World Bank Group Lima (ES)
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    WikiStage WBG Lima, Perú 2015

    Platica por Ines Temple en como incluir a más niñas en la educación

Tatiana Moura

How to include men in the gender equality revolution?
WikiStage Empow'Her
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    "We know that in terms of gender based violence men still are the main perpetrators and women are the main victims all over the world"

    "Promundo focuses on promoting the positive qualities and positive attitudes of men and boys. If we can talk about the intergenerational transmission of violence, we can also talk about the intergenerational transmission of care"