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#ProjInspire Crowdfunding
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Oct
26
2016-09-26 to 2016-10-26 |
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Project Inspire 20 semi-finalists will be taking part in a 30-day international crowdfunding campaign on 15 September and we want you to support them.

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Style It Forward
ended
Oct
09
6 October to 9 October | 11:00 - 19:00 (Thu- Sat) 11:30 - 17:30 (Sun)
Hilton Singapore Shopping Gallery, Level 2 Atrium, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883

Hilton Singapore Shopping Gallery, Level 2 Atrium, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883


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#ProudtobeaGirl
ended
Oct
11
11 October 2016 (Tue) | 19:30 - 21:30
5 Nepal Park

5 Nepal Park, Singapore 139408 (ESSEC Business School, Asia-Pacific)


Join us for a film screening screening of "The Boxing Girls of Kabul" and a panel talk after to celebrate this year's International Day of the Girl Child on October 11 and how we can ensure a world free of discrimination and stereotypes for young girls! 

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Breaking Barriers - charting her own path
ended
Oct
25
25 October 2016 (Tue) | 19:30-20:30
352 Tanglin Road

Conference Room 1, Strathmore Block, Singapore 247671 (Tanglin International Centre)


On 25th October, join us at our office to hear how Nilushika overcame hurdles and persevered through difficult circumstances to emerge stronger than ever. 

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Breaking the Glass Ceiling: do gender stereotypes impact political success?
ended
Oct
27
27 October 2016 (Thu) | 19:30-21:00
352 Tanglin Road

Conference Room 1, Strathmore Block, Singapore 247671 (Tanglin International Centre)


In recent months, the world’s political stage has featured many prominent women such as Hillary Clinton, Theresa May and Angela Merkel. The fact that they are women is still at the forefront of the international media, in part because it is still not commonplace for women to be in positions of power. These politicians’ gender identities undoubtedly shape their journeys, perception and portrayal in the public sphere.

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