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Source | Emma Watson has saved Hogwarts and ostensibly the world from Voldemort before, but there are limits to even her powers. Unfortunately for us Stateside muggles, Watson is British and ineligible to vote in this presidential election, but that doesn’t mean she can’t cast a spell on America’s women to get them to vote on her behalf. Taking a page from J.K. Rowling’s book, Watson has penned a letter on Twitter imploring women to turn out in droves November 8 because “your vote could swing this election.” Just, sadly, not her own: “America is my second home. I have friends there that I think of as family. It has been excruciating to sit on the sidelines in the months leading up to this election. Goodness, I wish I could cast a vote.” Goodness, we wish Hermione Granger had a charm for this. Now, Watson doesn’t say who women should be voting for, but you can safely bet it ain’t He Who Must Not Be Named.

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Last night Emma Watson attended the UN Women’s “HeForShe” campaign launch as part of her role as the UN Women’s Goodwill Ambassador. HQ images from both the campaign launch and the VIP after-party have now been added to the gallery.

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Emma Watson was greeted by hundreds of young people in Uruguay as she made an appearance at the country’s parliament.

The British actress visited the capital Montevideo in her capacity as Goodwill Ambassador for UN Women to deliver a petition calling for a greater representation of women in politics.

“I was immensely touched to see so many young people outside the Parliament here in Uruguay,” said the 24-year-old.

Famous for her role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films, Watson was named ambassador for the UN agency for women in July.

Her participation in delivering the petition was the culmination of a campaign by social organisations that promote gender equality and the promotion of women in politics, and supported by the UN Women’s equality fund.

The document contained 4,000 signatures.

The text of the petition called on the Uruguayan state to take affirmative measures to ensure the participation of women in sectors in which they are traditionally discriminated against.

“To see this kind of participation is why I’m here. It’s why I’ve come to Uruguay and why I want to work with Uruguayan women because thankfully I have this platform and I’m able to shine a light on these issues,” Watson added.

Only 13% of parliamentarians are women in Uruguay and unlike other countries in the region such as Argentina, Brazil and Chile, Uruguay has never had a female president.

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British Actor and UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson will co-host a special event for UN Women’s HeForShe campaign on 20 September 2014, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. The event aims to kick-start one of the largest solidarity movements of the 21st century for the achievement of gender equality calling upon one half of humanity in support of the other half for the benefit of all.

Over the next 12 months the HeForShe campaign intends to mobilize one billion men and boys as advocates and agents of change in ending the persisting inequalities faced by women and girls globally. The premise is that inequality is a human rights issue, the resolution of which will benefit everyone – socially, politically and economically.

The special event will bring together gender experts, government officials, senior United Nations officials, civil society organizations and HeForShe celebrity champions and role models to discuss the central role of men and boys in the achievement of gender equality, and to raise awareness that the support of women’s rights is a moral, social and economic imperative for humanity.