The women in the “In Their Hands” exhibit are “heroes.”
Their voices and contributions need to become the “norm.”

I think their struggle, their commitment, their courage, is an inspiration for us all and I would say that nothing could start better our debate than the testimony of this group of women heroes.

António Guterres was joined by Raychelle Omamo, Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Kenya and President of the Security Council for the month of October, and Sima Bahous, Executive Director of UN Women and Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations.
Béatrice Epaye, Member of Parliament, Central African Republic

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