Princess Madeleine of Sweden for gender equality


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All for one and one for all. It was the motto of  women from different organizations and foundations on behalf of  gender equality at the United Nations. Princess Madeleine,  Duchess of York and actress Geena Davis have claimed the importance of education in children to prevent discrimination and violence against women in this meeting which was held yesterday at the headquarters of the organization under the name Philanthropic commitment to promote gender equality and to give power to women.

Princess Madeleine attended the meeting representing the World Childhood Foundation an organization founded by her mother Queen Silvia of Sweden.  Different organizations with a common goal: education for all. “As a mother, I can say is that we need education, education, education,” said Sarah Ferguson in a meeting with the press. For her part, Davis recalled the initiative undertaken by Avon in which donated $ 1 million to the UN for a period of one year to fight domestic violence and another 250 thousand dollars to various communities in Mexico for education younger. “Because in this age when creating gender identity.”

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Princess Madeleine of Sweden and Geena Davis, sitting together, shared an opinion during the speeches and met with ceremoina after Sarah Ferguson.

More than ever, FEELGOOD WOMANHOOD!

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This entry was written by Miss Lopez´s planet and published on February 23, 2010 at 10:29 pm. It’s filed under People and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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