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CSW62: Ensuring SDG-related Data Reflects Lived Realities of Rural Women
By Sarah Ajaoud, Project Officer, Equal Measures 2030
Data Visualizations on Tableau Public: Policymakers and Gender Equality — What they know and How…
Check out our latest data visualization, created with the support of @TableauPublic, on our EM2030 profile.
Improving gender data use — Q&A with Devex, and experts from Equal Measures 2030, UN Women and…
Missed the @devex webinar last week on #GenderData with thought leaders from @Equal2030, @UN_Women and @gatesfoundation? Not to fear —…
Adding bytes to girls’ rights!
7 reasons the world needs the Girls’ Rights Platform by EM2030 partner, Plan International
Lessons from Davos — making gender equality ‘everyone’s business’
by Mary Bridger, Head of Operations and Engagement, Equal Measures 2030
How the Private Sector can Leverage Data to Drive Gender Equality
By: Alison Holder (Equal Measures 2030), Katherine Maloney (KPMG), Shamarukh Mohiuddin (U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation)
Fueling Progress Towards Gender Equality and the 2030 Global Goals
By Alison Holder, Director of Equal Measures 2030
Young people — particularly young women — are the key to Africa’s future
How can we ensure young women aren’t excluded from Africa’s demographic dividend?
Facts do matter: How to be an activist in a post-fact world
To protect democracy and make change possible, activists need to develop the skills of investigative journalists
These statistics about gender inequality will keep you up at night
Girls and women still face disproportionate challenges