#askElders Y can't we help young girls in townships to know abortion is not the only way? And they can go on pill.if raped there is help
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"We men have made a mess of things. I want a world run by women!" - Desmond Tutu (in an email he just sent about #AskElders) #Love
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est between 700,000 and 2 mill women are traffickd across international borders annually.How can we abolish this form for slavery?#askElders
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I teach our next gen, HS seniors. Their eyes are opening to the harsh reality of gender struggles. How should they get involved? #askElders
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Women's unpaid work is at heart of gender inequality but isn't "sexy" enough to make headlines. How do we ensure it's addressed? #AskElders
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How can men be supported in becoming women's rights activists too (without rolling their eyes)? #askELDERS
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IWD 2014 'Inspiring Change' - Is 'positive discrimination' in workforce/politics a positive enough tool for reform? #askELDERS
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Is there merit in grouping all women of this world together given their very different requirements for rights? #askElders
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Q from my wife: "Why are so many people (men and women!) still rolling their eyes when somebody stands up for women's rights?" #askElders
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#askElders: forgetting all the complexity for a moment: what's the one thing that would most improve women's lives globally?
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Who would be you inspirational women 'to watch' of 2014? #askelders
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Is itPossible to completely stop ChildMarriage seeing that some abide by it due to them trying to better their living conditions?#askElders
#askElders does focusing on 'women's organisations' in peace processes silo them off from the rest of civil society? #PSCF
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We are honoured to have experienced someone like #MyMandela... Peace & Love is what he lived for, Freedom & Equality is what he fought for.
"Mandela had a deep reverence for other people. For him, your station in life did not determine who you were" Desmond Tutu #MyMandela
#MyMandela I think his courage, confidence ,his understanding that each individual matters & his belief in the strength of a caring society.