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Cities through a 'gender lens'

On Mar 6, 2020
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RT @URBACT_NL: This sunday will be #InternationalWomensDay! @URBACT is aiming for #GenderEqualCities with the #ActionPlanningNetwork @GenderedLandsc1 Read more by clicking here ➡️ https://t.co/6cmyfEFVCj #EachforEqual #WomensDay https://t.co/ERev3CmlqY
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 “Despite the leaps and bounds made over the past century, there is still a long way to go to achieve global gender equality. Inequality still impacts the way women and girls travel, work, play and live in urban environments.”  ...

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On Mar 6, 2020
@URBACT shared
RT @URBACT_NL: This sunday will be #InternationalWomensDay! @URBACT is aiming for #GenderEqualCities with the #ActionPlanningNetwork @GenderedLandsc1 Read more by clicking here ➡️ https://t.co/6cmyfEFVCj #EachforEqual #WomensDay https://t.co/ERev3CmlqY
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Cities through a 'gender lens'

 “Despite the leaps and bounds made over the past century, there is still a long way to go to achieve global gender equality. Inequality still impacts the way women and girls travel, work, ...

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I am enormously grateful to Madeleine Albright, Melanne Verveer and the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security for their partnership in today’s event, and to you all for being ...

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