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Chef Sam Zien, also known as “The Food Guy,” shares three burger recipes you’ll surely want to grill up this weekend.

We all have the responsibility to create and cultivate gender equality, whether at home or in the workplace. For the private sector this spans from the way we hire, train and develop employees to the way we promote our products and services. We all need to be mindful of how we feature women when we are promoting products, we need to make sure it’s done in a non-stereotyped way. Companies need to embed gender equality into their core values, and leaders should have objectives that are specific about creating equal workspaces. Getting actively engaged with organizations like UN Women, the Unstereotype Alliance, etc., is a good way to spark the movement. At Kantar, in the past few years we have invested much more time on inclusion and diversity, and we have tried to embed it in the way we behave. Ultimately, it’s about how we each show up at work and in our homes, and how much we behave as positive role models.

I hope that this model will be an inspiration to other countries to join the Spotlight Initiative and build the movement to end violence against all women and girls further. It is supported by a multi-stakeholder trust fund, with the EU as its main contributor in the order of half a billion Euro. This investment is “seed funding”, and the Fund is open to other donors. It provides an unprecedented opportunity to generate transformative change, build on national efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, and respond to the needs of women and girls throughout the world.


New York (September 20, 2017) – Today, thousands of youth from across the Tri-state area will come together at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City for WE Day, a youth empowerment event that celebrates everyday heroes and proves no one is too young to change the world. The inaugural WE Day UN is a partner of UNAIDS, UN Global Compact, and UN Women to foster youth engagement. With the support of the Government of Canada, WE Day UN takes place during the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York City, with the aim inspire youth to challenge and encourage current world leaders to live up to their commitments.

We have a current pressing funding gap of USD 7 million dollars for 2019. And we are USD 56 million dollars short of the USD 200 million you endorsed in the Integrated Results and Resource Framework.

The message is simple. COVID-19 is affecting everybody, but it is affecting women more. The responses need to consider this asymmetric impact. Otherwise, we risk making the same mistake as we did in the 2008 financial crisis when our response did not focus on the most vulnerable in our society; people like the single mothers who will have higher risk of falling below the poverty line after the confinement. 


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