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  • The post-2015 framework needs to address the social norms that hold women back, with clear transformative indicators to track progress throughout women's life cycle.

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Side event: Making women's voices heard from Beijing to Post-2015 in social media: Broadcast

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26/03/2015 Take part in a short survey: The Adolescent Girl Field – key milestones survey for “The State of the World’s Girls” forthcoming 2015 report by Plan International. Contributions welcome until 31 March!

17/03/2015 Find out more about our side event "Making women's voices heard from Beijing to post-2015 in social media" that took place today at the UN Commission on the Status of Women!

12/03/2015 Join us from 10am EST/3pm GMT+1 for a Live Q&A on "Making women's voices heard from Beijing to post-2015 in social media". Follow #WomenSpeak!

11/03/2015 Achieving Beijing: the Role of Social Norms for Gender Equality is taking place on 11 March at the UN Commission on the Status of Women.


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Special Focus: The potential of social media in empowering women and girls

In our latest online discussion, we discussed some of the effective strategies in using social media to help advance women's rights. In the lead up to our event on "Making women's voices heard from Beijing to post-2015 in social media" taking place on 17 March in New York, we are organising a live Twitter Q&A on the same topic on 12 March (follow #WomenSpeak). This Special Focus therefore gathers news articles and blogs on social media as a tool to organise campaigns for change, in particular linked to gender equality.Read more.


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