UN Women: Generation Equality Forum 2021 – 2026

As we keep on progressing towards a multinational expansion, we are now participating as an OFFICIAL COMMITMENT MAKER of the Generation Equality Forum of the UN Women.

We are the only organization in the Philippines that provides gender-based violence programming through our Digital Literacy Program.

With this participation, we were able to ignite partnerships in many countries in Africa, South Asia and even Latin America.

And as we gear towards the next step of our expansion, we will keep seeding our programs in our partner countries and more. We are working towards globalizing our scale of impact.

The Forum is convened by the UN Women and has created 110 events. It took place in Paris from June 30 – July 2 with 50,000 attendees (online due to covid), and a USD40 billion total of bold commitments on a 5 year action journey towards gender equality.

It was opened by the co-hosts, President of France, Emmanuel Macron and Mexico’s President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, as well as by UN Secretary-General António Guterres and convener of the Forum, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of UN Women. The ceremony was centred on the voice of civil society activists and women’s rights defenders and featured long-term advocate for gender equality and Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in an intergenerational dialogue with climate activist Julieta Martinez.

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