Your Monday Back-to-Work Motivation: Gender Equality Edition
This past Saturday's global Women's March left us with plenty to be inspired by, when it comes to gender equality. With so much out there in terms of signage, quotes, video, memes, gifs, stories, speeches, etc...etc...etc...out there in the stratosphere, we compiled some of our favorites to leave you feeling refreshed and ready to take over the world this week. Roar!
- United Nations: Gender equality and women's empowerment ›
- Gender equality - Wikipedia ›
- Gender equality | UNFPA - United Nations Population Fund ›
- Goal 5: Gender Equality | The Global Goals ›
- Goal 5: Gender equality | UNDP ›
- Gender equality - European Commission ›
- Gender Inequality Index (GII) | Human Development Reports ›
- Goal 5 .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform ›
- Gender equality in Sweden | The official site of Sweden ›
- Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment | U.S. Agency for ... ›
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