Emma Watson gave the 2016 Impact Report to the UN Assembly on September 20. See what she has to say regarding safety of students on campuses across the world!
Tagged: gender equality
Hot on the heels of being named one of “Forbes”‘s “30 Under 30” and announcing the launch of a new HeForShe website aimed at grassroots organizing on her Facebook page, Emma Watson and HeForShe have appeared at the 2016 World Economic Conference in Davos, Sweden, to deliver their first-ever Parity Report.
Since Emma Watson launched HeForShe last September, the program has become a global movement fighting for gender equality. Now, as announced on Watson’s Facebook page, HeForShe has a brand new website. The announcement is accompanied by a brief interview with Emma, which highlights that HeForShe is not an awareness campaign, but is mission-focused in its goal of achieving gender equality.
MSNBC TV talks Muggle Quidditch with USQ’s own Katie Stack. To learn about the only gender-integrated, full contact sport in the world, read on!
Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) is the cover star for the September edition of the British “Vogue” magazine. The edition was released today, August 6, and it is the second time the actress has appeared on the cover – the last time was in 2010.
As part of International Women’s Day, Emma Watson took part in a live Facebook conversation with BBC Radio 1 presenter Greg James to discuss her ongoing HeForShe campaign!
Emma Watson delivers a new speech as a Goodwill Ambassador for UN Women, announcing IMPACT 10x10x10, a follow-up campaign to HeForShe, which plans to challenge institutions and individuals to make concrete commitments to gender equality.
Last week we got our first glimpse of Emma Watson in her role as Lena in her upcoming film “Colonia”, and recently she spoke to the “Luxemburger Wort” about the role.
Emma Watson discusses feminism, her gender equality speech, and dealing with fame in a new interview for “Elle UK”.