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March is the most active month of the year for women, so our Special Focus will take the opportunity to highlight another world event. After the last two weeks' 56th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women and 8 march which marked International Women’s Day, we now focus on the Third Women in the World Summit that took place in New York from 8 to 10 March. Organised by Newsweek and the Daily Beast, the summit showcased inspiring women from a broad spectrum of cultures, hopefully encouraging many more to follow their path and find creative solutions to all the challenges that women face across the globe. Among the speakers were Hillary Clinton, Angelina Jolie, Nobel winner Leymah Gbowee, Meryl Streep, Madeleine Albright, and many courageous women and girls from around the globe. Read more in this Special Focus!












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