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Our Wish For The Future

It’s collective, inclusive and requires all of us to drive it forward

By Danielle Pinkus

Leaders

It’s collective, inclusive and requires all of us to drive it forward

By Danielle Pinkus

What does the future look like for women? If the new wave of feminism and the growing global conversation around equality is any indication, it’s optimistic. The #Metoo global dialogue has blown apart the broader conversation around gender expectations – many that have been internalised for generations.

It’s left the gates wide open for a reimagining of what the future holds. Yet, we’re at a crucial point in time. Action is needed to convert growing conversations and micro movements into lasting, institutional change.

You’ve hit the glass ceiling. And our paywall.

Help us smash it by becoming a Future Woman for as little as $4 a month.

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Ahead of our launch, Future Women brought together a group of women who represent these diverse voices. They’re students, working mothers, entrepreneurs, change makers, industry leaders and up-and-comers. These founding members represent the voices we hope to attract in our growing community.

Their visions for the future of women share a common thread. It’s not one of self-interest, it’s collective and inclusive and requires all of us to drive it forward.

You’ve hit the glass ceiling. And our paywall.

Help us smash it by becoming a Future Woman for as little as $4 a month.

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You’ve hit the glass ceiling. And our paywall.

Help us smash it by becoming a Future Woman for as little as $4 a month.

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