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Deputy Minister of Sport of the Government of France Roxana Mărăcineanu said, “We can no longer just accept announcements, we have to move over to actions. Young people have asked of us for change, and we must rise to their expectations.”

And last but not least, I would like to welcome Edward Wageni who joins UN Women as HeForShe Programme Manager. Edward is from Kenya and he comes to us from Save the Children International in Kenya where he led initiatives that worked towards the social and economic empowerment of women and girls and is a thematic trainer on gender justice and sexual and reproductive health and rights, having worked with governments and civil society. His experience working on these key issues with women and men and boys is also an important addition to the HeForShe movement and our work on engaging men and boys.

Mekhinyanont, who attended the launch of Thailand Institute of Justice’s gender-responsive justice systems research and workshop supported by UN Women in April this year, develops curriculum for future police investigators. With the training, she is equipping her students to use a more gender-responsive lens in their work.

From complex coding in Kigali to graduation gowns in PittsburghThanks to a UN Women-sponsored scholarship programme, two young African women fulfil their dreams of completing a Master’s in information security at Carnegie Mellon University

The inaugural meeting of the High-level Group was opened by Sigrid Kaag, Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation for the Netherlands and Co-Chair of the Task Force on Justice, who drew attention to the discrimination that perpetuates gender inequality in access to justice. “Access is an euphemism for describing a far larger problem: there is still structural and systematic exclusion of people from the justice system,” she said, adding, “SDG 16 represents all the strands of international development, peace and security, and sustaining peace and women's access to justice plays a crucial part in this.”


The Meeting was organized by UN Women Asia and the Pacific, Food and Agriculture Organization and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific with support of World Food Programme and the Asia Pacific Forum on Women Law and Development.

The reactions from some Scouts speaking out on social media was also very enthusiastic, with one young Scout commenting, “As a scout and HeForShe advocate, recognizing the power of the two... this couldn't make me more proud and hopeful.”

Syrian women and girls’ ability to overcome their vulnerabilities is limited by their lack of access to vocational training which only 7 per cent partake in. Only 23 per cent of 15 to 17-year-old girls attend school, mainly due to child marriage, family pressure, work or household and care responsibilities. Yet in focus group discussions, Syrian women specifically raised the importance of language courses and the provision of childcare services to help them continue their education and attend vocational training.


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