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INSPIRE INCLUSION: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2024

March 8, 2024

This International Women’s Day 2024, hear from some of the incredible women across UWS. Together, we are driving change and inspiring inclusion in the classroom and beyond.

In this blog, some of our female colleagues and supporters kindly reflected on what inclusion means to them and how they are inspiring inclusion through their work – today and every day.

You will hear from Jeannette Rakotoniaina; Education Specialist for UWS Madagascar, Sreynak Hun; Education Program Manager for UWS Cambodia, Natasha Kafle; Senior Education Manager for UWS Nepal, and Susie Ma, CEO of Tropic Skincare and long-term supporter of UWS. 

Here are the voices of just some of the women who inspire inclusion and choose to challenge gender inequality every day through their work at UWS. Thank you to every single teacher, education officer, community member, staff member and volunteer who champions female education and gender equality.

WHAT DOES INCLUSION MEAN TO YOU? 

HOW ARE YOU INSPIRING INCLUSION WITH UWS?

United World Schools is committed to challenging gender inequality in every facet of our work, and the passion and commitment of our female colleagues and community members is essential to achieving our mission. To find out more about how we champion gender equality in the communities we work in, and across our organisation, read our inclusion policy. 

Give back this International Women’s Day – just £10 could educate a girl for an entire month.

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