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Meet the SheDecides 25x25

Together these young leaders bring a remarkable range of perspectives and talents, showing how much has been achieved, and how much more is needed to create the new normal where SheDecides.

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SheDecides Day 2020

The Generation of Equality

We are the 25x25 Generation of Equality, born in 1995, the year of the Beijing Platform for Action.

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SheDecides Day 2020

SheDecides Day 2020

The Generation of Change

We are the 25x25 Generation of Change, born in 1994, the year of the International Conference on Population and Development.

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Taking action

The 25×25 young leaders are doing amazing things to change the world for the better. Learn more about their actions here.

Coming Soon

We have invited the ICPD 25×25 Generation of Change to submit their success stories for the year. The things they have done to Speak Up, Change the Rules and Unlock Resources

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Aspirations 25×25

Over the past few months, we’ve held open mics in on and offline spaces all over the globe. In these safe spaces, we’ve engaged, talked with and listened to thousands. We’ve been challenged, moved and inspired.


25x25 News

We’re living through a global emergency. Why is emergency contraception still so inaccessible?

The emergency contraceptive pill (also known as the morning-after pill, or EC) can prevent pregnancy when one has sex without sufficient protection, or after being sexually assaulted. It is more effective when one can take it sooner and therefore, it’s available at pharmacies in more than 90 countries to ensure quick access. However, in Japan emergency contraception is a prescription-needed medicine, and to get it you have to see a doctor.

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Written by  Tshiamo Wilson, Founder of SheSpoke Organisation and Saidy Brown, SheDecides 25x25 Young Leader

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