Let’s Beat the Clock

They say it will be 131 years until we achieve true gender equality. We say that’s far too long.

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The World Economic Forum estimates it will take 131 years to achieve gender equality.

 

We say NO WAY. It’s time to do MORE and demand BETTER.

 

Together we can #BeatTheClock. Let’s start now!

 

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Here are three simple things you can do to help achieve gender equality before 2154.

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3. STAY INFORMED
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Let’s Beat the Clock!

#UntilWeAreAllEqual

Meet 12 tireless young women who, hour by hour, are innovating, advocating and taking action to make gender inequality a thing of the past.

Ruth's Plan <br><small>#Economic Justice</small>“>

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Ruth’s Plan
#Economic Justice

Ruth’s Plan
#Economic Justice

Forced to leave school, Ruth refused to give up on the goal of supporting her extended family. What she did next proved she meant business.
Poria's Plan<br><small>#Education</small>“>

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Poria’s Plan
#Education

Poria’s Plan
#Education

Getting a big break to attend school, Poria know she wanted to give back to the girls in her community.
Melany's Plan<br><small>#Early and forced marriage</small>“>

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Melany’s Plan
#Early and forced marriage

Melany’s Plan
#Early and forced marriage

Speaking truth to power to help end early and forced marriage.
Zuleyma's Plan<br><small>#Economic Justice</small>“>

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Zuleyma’s Plan
#Economic Justice

Zuleyma’s Plan
#Economic Justice

Zuleyma discovered that the flooding in her community wasn’t all due to Mother Nature.
Batoul's Plan<br><small>#Economic Justice</small>“>

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Batoul’s Plan
#Economic Justice

Batoul’s Plan
#Economic Justice

After a suitor’s aggressive response to her rejection, Batoul spent five months in fearful isolation before her courage kicked in.
Ayisha's Plan<br><small> #Economic Justice</small>“>

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Ayisha’s Plan
#Economic Justice

Ayisha’s Plan
#Economic Justice

When Ayisha’s friends discovered that she was apprenticing for a “boy’s job”, they ridiculed her. Then something unexpected happened.
Maura's Plan<br><small> #Climate Action #Economic empowerment</small>“>

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Maura’s Plan
#Climate Action #Economic empowerment

Maura’s Plan
#Climate Action #Economic empowerment

Maura dreaded a future where her children sorted garbage under the sun. Now she’s creating a different ending – and a new beginning.
Eping's Plan <br><small> #Climate Action</small>“>

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Eping’s Plan
#Climate Action

Eping’s Plan
#Climate Action

In a a dry and dusty landscape, Eping is combating climate change with small, ingenious solutions that are adding up in big ways.
Natsumi's Plan<br><small>#Sexual Health and reproductive rights</small>“>

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Natsumi’s Plan
#Sexual Health and reproductive rights

Natsumi’s Plan
#Sexual Health and reproductive rights

The problems teenagers in her community face shock Natsumi, but every shock drives her to help young people stand up for themselves.
Useaking's Plan<br><small>#Early and forced marriage + Early Pregnancy</small>“>

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Useaking’s Plan
#Early and forced marriage + Early Pregnancy

Useaking’s Plan
#Early and forced marriage + Early Pregnancy

Useaking’s first period set off a chain of events that changed her life. Now she’s determined to make sure the cycle does not repeat.
Magreth's Plan<br><small>#Education</small>“>

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Magreth’s Plan
#Education

Magreth’s Plan
#Education

Magreth, aged just 14, stunned her community by making a choice about her future that no one saw coming.
Sanmya's Plan<br><small>#Climate Action</small>“>

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Sanmya’s Plan
#Climate Action

Sanmya’s Plan
#Climate Action

Sanmya used to spend hours on a quest for clean water. She realized that for her life to change, she’d have to do this one thing.

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  1. Source: Global Gender Gap Report 2023. At the current rate of progress, it will take 131 years to reach full parity.
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