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She Leads Africa

She Leads Africa is building the next generation of fierce and strong women in the workplace one email at at time. Their newsletters deliver inspiration, information, and career advice straight to your inbox. These women are slaying the world of business, with their innovation and ambition, after reading this newsletter we’re sure some of that #AfricanGirlMagic will have rubbed off on you too!

Love Our Girls

Launched by Danai Gurira in 2016, Love Our Girls brings the injustices faced by girls and women around the world to the top of our inboxes every month. By increasing our awareness of what’s happening around the world, we can empower and uplift these female voices and work towards ending the injustices that they face.

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By girls and for girls, Assembly is a bi-monthly newsletter from The Malala Fund featuring the stories and issues girls and young women really care about — from following the week in the life of a girl, to detailed essays on how young girls are leading the charge for a better world. And if you are or know a girl who has an inspiring story or to share, Assembly wants to hear from you! They take submissions on their website.

Take action for women everywhere

Dear World Leaders,

We are the women at the frontlines of the fight against gender inequality and global poverty.

Every day we see the determination and dignity of girls and women facing down the toughest challenges. We see real advances and the power of people to achieve change. We won’t surrender this fight, but we need you to play your part.

You promised to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls by 2030, but at the current rate of progress, this will take 108 years. This is unacceptable. We need genuine progress, not grand promises.

We want implementation and accountability at every level - from this year’s G7 Summit to the Global Fund Replenishment; from our African Union leaders to our community leaders. We will be looking for your actions not your words; for funding to follow promises; and policy to turn into practice. It’s both the right and the smart thing to do for everyone.

To accelerate progress men must demand change with us so that we rise united not divided. And women must have a seat at the decision-making table – because you can’t change what you don’t see.

We’re not looking for your sympathy, we’re demanding your action. Because none of us are equal until all of us are equal.

Yours,

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