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Julia Gillard is the 27th Prime Minister of Australia, Chair of the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership at King’s College London, and Distinguished Fellow with the Center for Universal Education at Brookings.

Julia’s action-orientated advocacy as former Chair of the Global Partnership for Education galvanized governments and resources behind the global imperative of providing access to quality education for the most marginalized children in the world, the majority of which are girls. Julia has been leading concrete plans through the Global Partnership for Education, the learning metrics and program scaling work at Brookings, and the International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunities. The Commission was set up as a practical response to the United Nations’ announcement of the new Sustainable Development Goals, a set of 17 global targets designed to eradicate extreme poverty, fight inequality, and protect our planet – none of which can be achieved without major investment in education.

Of CAMFED’s model she says, “CAMFED has demonstrated an ability to make a large-scale difference to girls’ lives through education. I have been truly impressed by their approach to scaling their model while retaining an unremitting focus on reaching girls who are the most vulnerable and ‘invisible.’ Their results are well-evidenced, sustainable and replicable, and the societal consequences are deep and profound. CAMFED is creating a movement of future leaders who I believe have the potential to transform a continent.”

Angie Murimirwa, Julia Gilard, and Lucy Lake stand center front with CAMFED Association Members

Angie Murimirwa, Julia Gillard, and Lucy Lake stand center front, united with CAMFED Association leaders at a strategic meeting in South Africa in 2016

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