5 female celebrities that empower women globally

Find out here the 5 female celebrities that inspired many by raising their voice for women.

Several women celebrities have been using their platforms to raise awareness about how patriarchy and chauvinism affect women worldwide and to address the issues that hinder the growth development of women globally.

1. Emma Watson

Emma Watson donated £1 million to the U.K. Justice and Equality Fund, an organization that fights sexual harassment around the U.K.

The female star of the Harry Potter saga is a true advocate for global gender equality. She is so committed to the cause that she was appointed as a U.N. Women Goodwill Ambassador in 2014. Watson participated in education campaigns for girls in Bangladesh, Zambia, and other rural parts of Africa. She also donated £1 million to the U.K. Justice and Equality Fund, an organization that fights sexual harassment around the U.K.

2. Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry donated $130,000 to CAMFED International, a nonprofit organization

A year ago, Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry donated $130,000 to CAMFED International, a nonprofit organization with the mission to educate and empower girls and young women in parts of Africa, specifically Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Malawi, and Ghana. She’s actively speaking on behalf of women worldwide and empowering them.

3. Gigi Hadid

Hadid showed her support by visiting Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh where she met mothers and other women UNICEF supports in order to create better households and strengthen communities.

The American model works alongside UNICEF supporting mothers and their children. In 2018, Hadid showed her support by visiting Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh where she met mothers and other women UNICEF supports in order to create better households and strengthen communities. In 2019, she visited Senegal with UNICEF and went to a women’s shelter, a child and maternal health center, and a digital skills youth center for teenage girls.

4. Victoria Beckham

she visited Senegal with UNICEF and went to a women’s shelter, a child and maternal health center, and a digital skills youth center for teenage girls.

The English singer A year later, she visited Senegal with UNICEF and went to a women’s shelter, a child and maternal health center, and a digital skills youth center for teenage girls. The charity organization also provides education and support for pregnant and new mothers living with HIV.

5. Annalynne McCord

Annalynne McCord has donated to several charities focused on educating people and helping victims.

Annalynne McCord is a model, actress, and activist. She’s been speaking out about sexual abuse, sexual assault, and human trafficking. She has donated to several charities focused on educating people and helping victims. McCord has worked with Somaly Mam’s Together1Heart organization, which assists women and girls who have been victims of human sex trafficking in Cambodia.

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