This month, the Clinton Foundation has shared inspiring stories of "ceiling breakers" from around the world.
Women’s history month is an important opportunity to reflect on the many contributions of women – past, present, and future – to strengthen communities, build opportunities, and improve our world.
With its unique ability to open economic doors, enhance health outcomes, and breakdown social barriers, education is one of the most powerful tools we have to empower women and lift up entire communities.Read More about The Continuing CHARGE for Girls' Education
On Human Rights Day, No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project joins the United Nations in calling for “365 Days of Human Rights” to promote peace, human rights, and inclusive security every day of the year.Read More about Human Rights Day: Women, Peace, and Security
On Wednesday, October 29th, Chelsea Clinton and Christy Turlington Burns, founder of Every Mother Counts, co-hosted a Twitter Q&A on the state of global maternal health, discussing where we have seen progress and where barriers remain for women and children around the world.Read More about #MaternalHealth: A No Ceilings Conversation