The range of challenges that will be discussed at UNGA is formidable, but every year, Mark Suzman is struck by the rapid pace at which that progress can happen when commitment and resources come together.
This is the power of data and evidence. By shining a light on hidden, ignored or underestimated issues, they provide fuel to advocate for change, take informed action and measure the impact of these actions. This is the kind of power needed to end gender inequality by 2030.
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