We all have a role to play in ensuring the next Secretary-General of the United Nations is a true feminist – someone who represents us all.
Join the call for a feminist leader of the United Nations by sharing your opinions and ideas with us in short video recordings.
Download the WILPF Studio app on your phone from Google Play or the App Store. Sign up. Login. Film. And Upload.
This brief guide explains how to download and use the app.
By entering the project code: FEMINISTSG, you can easily record an answer to one or more of the guiding questions that you will find on the app. The clips will be shared on WILPF’s social media channels.
If you are willing to participate, send us your videos by 15 May. And please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
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