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The We the Women Global Survey is the central piece of the We the Women campaign. It will gather the voices of women throughout the world and collect data on women’s perspectives about global priorities and how the international community can address them. 

The survey is asking women questions about how they see the future, their priorities, fears and hopes, and how global leaders can listen to them and support them as we collectively address issues, challenges and opportunities of the future.



The We the Women campaign is a global movement to engage the world’s women in shaping global solutions into the future. It is reaching out to the world’s women through various channels. It invites their thoughts, ideas, and aspirations – what is the world they want, how do we get there, and what do they expect from the international community to propel us to this vision. 

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“I hope our dialogue today renews our energy for the task ahead: shaping a world that works for all. That will only be possible if we have women front and center – leading the way and keeping the force of hope alive”.


We the Women was launched at the margins of the 2023 SDG Summit by the United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed and H.E. Svenja Schulze, Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany. 

The We the Women campaign is part of the Women Rise for All initiative—a global network of women leaders from the UN, governments, academia, civil society, private sector and beyond—started by the UN Deputy Secretary General in 2020 to recognize the transformational leadership of women in response to COVID-19 and the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Ms. Svenja Schulze, Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany

“The world needs gender equality to get the Agenda 2030 back on track. Because no society can afford to leave the potential of half of its population untapped if it wants to develop sustainability. We, the Women, need to claim our rightful place."