For Millennials. By Millennials.
On this women’s day, Cara Delevingne joined hands with the UN’s initiative, Girl Up Campaign, to create awareness about gender equality. She has been linked with the campaign since 2016.
There is no place or part of life where women are equal to men.
That’s why I’m taking a stand with @girlup this International Women’s Day to drive faster action on #genderequality. Share what #EqualEverywhere means to you! #GirlStories #InternationalWomensDay pic.twitter.com/1HDJB9ca84
— Cara Delevingne (@Caradelevingne) March 8, 2020
Immediately after leaving school, Cara Delevingne started her modeling career
In 2009, she signed a contract with Storm Management. However, she shot her first editorial for Vogue Italia at the age of 10. After two seasons of casting and doing unpaid jobs, she booked her first runway show. Since then, Cara Delevingne has worked for Burberry, Jason Wu, Oscar De La Rante, Tory Burch, YSL, Chanel and Givenchy. Not only that, she has worked in several films and TV shows like Paper Towns, Anna Karenina, Suicide Squad, Carnival Row. Cara Delevingne has also been a part of many causes and awareness campaigns.
So far, the Girl Up Campaign has impacted 58,000 girls through their development program
In order to help UN agencies who work for adolescent girls, Girl Up Campaign was launched in 2010. It works on giving equal chance for education, health, social and economic opportunities as well as a violence-free life to girls of developing countries. Through their leadership development program, Girl Up has helped 58,000 girls in 12 countries. Cara Delvingne has been associated with the campaign since 2016.
This year, Cara Delevingne joined hand with them for their Equal Everywhere initiative
Equal Everywhere helps create awareness about gender equality. It means that every girls have equal opportunities to be whoever she wants to be. She has no barriers or hardships in her way. In an Instagram post, Cara Delevingne asked her followers what Equal Everywhere means to them. She said:
Girls and women are more likely to:
-Live in poverty
-Be out of school
It’s time to let the world know that every girl and woman has the right to be #EqualEverywhere.
What does Equal Everywhere means for you?