From left to right: Akinyi Osanjo, LGBTQ+ rights researcher and Women Deliver Young Leader and Andrea Paola Hernández, writer and Women Deliver Young Leader

For this year’s International Youth Day, Women Deliver Young Leaders Akinyi Osanjo of Kenya and Andrea Paola Hernández of Venezuela came together to share how young disruptors and social innovators are using digital spaces and technology to reinvent digital rights in order to increase accessibility and galvanize advocacy for gender equality.

Human rights and how they are expressed in the world change every time our society changes. Young people are always leading the way where disruption and change is born, so it is no surprise that they are also the ones reinventing and reimaging the world’s digital spaces to drive progress…

Delegates taking a group photo at the Young Leaders & Alumni Workshop at the Women Deliver 2019 Conference in Vancouver, Canada. Photo credit: Isabella Sarmiento.

Young Leaders From 15 Countries Are Driving Progress on Gender Equality in Their Communities With Support From Women Deliver Small Grants

Throughout the past year, on global stages and in communities around the world, young people issued a strong collective call for robust youth engagement and intergenerational co-leadership in order…

Women Deliver shares its hopes and expectations for the upcoming Generation Equality Forum in Paris.

By Kathleen Sherwin, Divya Mathew, and Lippi Doshi

A gender equality advocate shares why gender equality matters at the Women Deliver 2019 Conference. Photo credit: Women Deliver.

Over the last 26 years, the world has made tremendous strides in shaping a more gender-equal world. Yet, millions of adolescent girls and women still face barriers…

Women Deliver in partnership with Adolescent Girls Investment Plan (AGIP)

Thubelihle Nkiwane speaking atan event during the International Day of the Girl Child, where she addressed girls on taking up careers in STEM.
Thubelihle Nkiwane speaking at an event during the International Day of the Girl Child, where she addressed girls on taking up careers in STEM.

Over the last 25 years, the world has made tremendous strides in shaping a more gender-equal world. Still, millions of adolescent girls and young women face barriers to realizing their health and rights. …

Nurses in PPE stand back to back at front of medical building by Noun Project from Noun Project
Nurses in PPE stand back to back at front of medical building by Noun Project from Noun Project

As the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to challenge progress around the world, it is clear that if we want to deliver health, wellbeing, and dignity for all, we need a strong gender lens on response and recovery. That’s why Women Deliver, together with our partners, has been working…

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