"Crop View uses Copernicus data to detect differences in vegetation health."
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"The most feminist thing is just being. Just doing what we're doing."
Anna Tara Andrésdóttir
"France is in the process of passing from the eldest daughter of the Catholic Church to the little niece of Islam"
Marion Marechal-Le Pen
"The biggest area where gender inequalities are not decreasing but are increasing, is this unequal division of private time."
Institute on Gender Equality
"Because there's high demand for women in China, people in China will pay border patrol to bring women over"
South Korean pastor
"The smallness of the country makes it easier to mobilise solidarity and cooperation between women."
"We see inequality everywhere. It's in the media, it's in the films we make, it's in every layer. We always have to keep on fighting."
"The school system by keeping silent about gender issues is part of the problem. It is withholding stereotypes and discrimination"
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