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Emma attended the first meeting for the G7 Advisory Council For Gender Equality in Elysee Palace, Paris, earlier today! French President Emmanuel Macron was in attendance, as well as Secretary of Equality between women and men Marlene Schiappa, Aissata Lam, director Lisa Azuelos and more.

The global agenda for the significant cause aims to set out a legislative package and good practices in favor of women. The 45th G7 Summit will be held on August 25 to 27 in Biarritz, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France. The United States will host the summit in 2020, and there’s hope for the country to be involved in the initial states of the project.

Our gallery has been updated with photos of Emma at the event!

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Emma was honored by Vanity Fair UK for her humanitarian work! She was photographed at the One Young World summit in Ottawa, along important international figures such as David Jones, Mary Robinson, Justin Trudeau and Kofi Annan. A couple of images from the event, taken by Jason Schmidt at the One Young World summit in Ottawa, are featured in the April issue of the magazine. It included 1,300 young leaders from 196 countries, and was focused on “generating innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing issues.” The Emma Watson Scholarship was announced at this year’s event, for which “outstanding work in advancing gender equality across the globe” will be rewarded.