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This Lok Sabha has 78 women parliamentarians from across the country and across the political parties. People of these constituencies deserve applause. So, come with me to some of these places that I have visited. #Travel #WomenInPolitics
Araku Valley in the eastern ghats of India in the state of Andhra Pradesh elected G Madhavi of YSRCP.… Do you know it is a coffee growing part of India? #travel #WomenInPolitics
Guwahati in Assam chose @OjaQueen of BJP as their representative. True to its name Guwahati is the hub of trade in North East India… blessed by Kamakhya herself #Travel #WomenInPolitics
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#MadisonWI elects it’s first lesbian mayor and it’s first all-woman school board tonight. Proud to have each of these elected officials. Excited for Madison’s queer feminist future, perhaps it will be one that actually begins to address the massive racial issues in the city.
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@THP_Ind is thrilled to be at the #CSW63 this time around as well.

Day 2: Attending one of the side events focused on sexism, harassment and violence against women parliamentarians.

#womeninpolitics #righttosafety #SayNotoViolence #CSW2019
Charles Ramsden from the Gender Equality Commission, Council of Europe spoke about how women in positions of authority were more vulnerable to sexist and sexualised abuse

#womeninpolitics #righttosafety #SayNotoViolence #CSW2019 #notmyparliament
Dubravka Šimonović, the UN Special Rapporteur on #VAW: it knows know borders; no region is immune to it.

In 2018, she presented a thematic report on #VAW in politics at the 73 session of GA :…

#womeninpolitics #righttosafety #SayNotoViolence #CSW2019
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On 21 January 1919, our parliamentary democracy began when the First Dáil met in the Round Room of Dublin’s Mansion House, three years before the end of British rule in this part of Ireland.
The Dáil had to meet in private after it was banned in September 1919.
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Report on the First Dáil, headlined ‘Cloud-Cuckoo Land’ which appeared in the Irish Times, then a pro-unionist newspaper. One of many fascinating exhibits in anniversary exhibition at Leinster House. Booking closed, but there’s talk of re-staging it later in the year.
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The Leinster House is a terrific evocation, in Irish and English, of the Dáil’s first day in 1919 and history since then. This spectacularly wrong prediction by Field Marshal French, then British Lord Lieutenant in Ireland, caught my eye.
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.@facebook isn't charging processing fees for nonprofit donations anymore! #AskRunningStart
Don't think people are already buying gifts and won't donate around holidays. They are also looking for charities to support! #AskRunningStart
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