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#OneDayIWill: Google celebrates Doodle-worthy women of the future



MANILA, Philippines - In time for the celebration of International Women's Day on Tuesday, March 8, Google creates a special doodle to pay tribute to those who have changed the course of the history and the worthy women of the future.

#OneDayIWill: Google celebrates Doodle-worthy women of the future

Google also encouraged us to share our aspirations with the world with the "#OneDayIWill" hashtag. For 24 hours period, the search giant will be responding to people who will join the discussions online.

The company has visited 13 countries where they spoke to 337 women and girls and asked them to complete the sentence, “One day I will…

Even women who are already accomplished aren’t done dreaming. UN Messenger of Peace Jane Goodall shared her hope to one day discuss the environment with the Pope, while Nobel Prize Winner Malala Yousafzai and activist Muzoon Almellehan continue to work fearlessly toward a future where every girl can go to school.

Share your aspiration with #OneDayIWill and get one step closer to where you’re going.

Top Female YouTube Stars Appointed as Change Ambassadors to the United Nations

Ahead of International Women’s Day, Google's video platform YouTube is championing the diverse community of women on the platform through a global production program across the YouTube Spaces that empowers women both in front of and behind the camera.

YouTube has partnered with the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, a leading non-profit organization that works within the entertainment and media community to improve gender depictions. The Institute provided consultations to creators as part of YouTube Spaces program, a production facilities designed specifically for YouTube creators to produce great video content.

YouTube has also established a first-of-its-kind partnership with the United Nations to appoint top female creators on the platform as Change Ambassadors, a group of millennial influencers dedicated to fighting for gender equality as part of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. These women will be the voice of their generation into the UN, rallying their audiences to get behind important issues surrounding gender equality.

"193 countries around the world stood up and made gender equality a priority when they signed the Sustainable Development Agenda last September. We hope to work with these millennial role models to turn influence into action that is both measurable and building capacity at the UN,” said Mitchell Toomey, Director of UN Sustainable Development Goals Action Campaign.

The first group of Change Ambassadors features prominent international female YouTube stars including Ingrid Nilsen (U.S.), Jackie Aina (U.S.), Yuya (Mexico), Taty Ferreira (Brazil), Hayla Ghazal (U.A.E), Louise Pentland (U.K.) and Chika Yoshida (Japan). The Change Ambassadors will serve as positive role models within their communities and rally audiences on YouTube by creating video content that raises awareness to eliminate discrimination against women and girls.