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We asked those attending the 100 Women conference to record a special message to the future.
The artists, writers, comedians, politicians, activists and more who made our day.
We live-blogged the 100 Women conference. See how it unfolded and watch highlights.
Where’s the best place to be a woman?
Sexual assaults have rocketed in post-revolutionary Egypt - but some are fighting back
Four Botswana sisters who gained the right to inherit property
One woman's rise out of a life of poverty in Brazil
Up close and personal with Nigeria's wedding guests
Mapping sexual harassment in Indian cities
The Afghan women fighting warlords with poetry
How to attract girls to the tech industry
Can Jakarta stop its women heading overseas to work?
Where women face jail for losing a child
The jobs and courses China just won't let girls do
What 50 things would you try before you die?
How working mothers have changed US family life
From Mpumulanga to Milan - and back
What does it feel like to be airbrushed?
Are Indian women now standing up to abusers?
Lyse Doucet on the risks to mothers in Afghanistan
BBC audience survey, 2013
“I don't know her name, because she lives in a remote village in India - or was it Afghanistan? She's not a politician - nor will she ever be. She does not seek publicity, or wear shoes that cost more than a Bangladeshi worker will earn in 10 years. But hopefully one day she or her daughter will break free from male-dominated society and carve out a living as a small-scale businesswoman.”
A special selection of interviews from the archives of the BBC World Service
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