Women are a generation of equality and we are rising for the same future.
The Woman Post | María Carolina Rivero
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Several female activists and men, visionaries and leaders from around the world are acting for an egalitarian future, such as Bishop Cindy Sirinya, Anne Hathaway, Emma Watson, Danay Gurira, Marta Vieira Da Silva, Nicole Kidman, and Jaha Dukureh, all of which are Regional Goodwill Ambassadors representing UN Women, as they prepare for the Generation Equality Forum, which is the most important call for the investment and implementation of gender equality in a quarter of a century, according to the UN Women Interactive Web Portal.
In this regard, the meeting is being convened by UN Women and jointly organized by the Governments of Mexico and France. The Forum began in Mexico City from 29 to 31 March and will culminate in Paris from 30 June to 2 July 2021, in which a set of concrete, ambitious and transformative actions will be presented to achieve an immediate and irreversible effect for gender equality.
On the other hand, the objective of the Equal Generation Forum is to evaluate the progress made and establish a route of concrete measures to achieve gender parity by 2030, as part of an intergenerational campaign called "Equality Generation: Making Women's Rights a Reality and an Egalitarian Future", according to focus's official Web Portal 2030, (Data – Innovation – Developpement). They even invite you to take advantage of the results of the surveys of citizens asking for a world with gender equality, these are data derived from 23 questions raised in 17 countries. Learn who the male activists are, who are collaborating at the UN Women.
Edgar Ramírez: UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for Venezuela
According to the Official Web Portal of the United Nations Children's Forum (UNICEF), Edgar Ramírez was officially appointed as Goodwill Ambassador for Venezuela on 12 November 2010. That is why he has expressed his deep satisfaction at having been considered to carry out this important work for the children and adolescents of this nation.
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Denis Mukwege: Human Rights Activist and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
He does a courageous job, as founder and medical director of Panzi Hospital in Bukavu, eastern Republic of Congo. His dedication to survivors of sexual violence in South Kivu is well known to the people and community of human rights, according to Amnesty International. He has a long history of addressing women's human rights in DRC.
Farhan Akhtar: UN Women Regional Goodwill Ambassador
He leads the UN Women HeForShe Movement and is inviting men and people of all genders to show solidarity with young women to create a courageous, visible, and united movement in defense of gender equality, according to HeForShe's Official Web Portal.
On the other hand, there are political leaders, public figures, and other organizations that have joined the UN Women HeForShe Movement, specifically the United Nations Education, Science and Culture Organization (UNESCO), the University of Malaga, among others. Let's be part of this great initiative.