Last week, from 16 to 19th May, Women Deliver held it’s fourth Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. Speakers included Helen Clark, administrator at UNDP, Melinda Gates, co-founder of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and Muhammad Yunus, founder of the Grameen Movement and Nobel Peace Price winner. Click here to read the article by Kasey Robinson of GenderHopes on how the Women Deliver conference has delivered on improving the rights of women and girls.
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GenderHopes’ newsletter covering March and April is out now! Read about the UN Step It Up Campaign to increase gender equality and how your country ranks in terms of gender equality in the workplace. Read more about GenderHopes’ participation in the Women in Leadership Roundtable organised by the Global Diplomatic Forum and how International Women’s Day was marked on 8 March. We are excited to featured Susie Wolff, retired female F1 driver and founder of the Dare to Be Different campaign to increase female participation in motorsport. Click here to read the full newsletter.