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Month: June 2022



Duchess of work! Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex met with Project Fearless, a nonprofit group supporting entrepreneurship in Girls, while in the Netherlands two months ago.



Duchess of work! Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex met with Build Make Be, a nonprofit group supporting entrepreneurship in Girls, while in the Netherlands two months ago.

While in the Netherlands, the Duchess of Sussex joined Build Make Be’s entrepreneurship course in April as a guest coach to give inspiring and encouraging feedback on the young people’s sustainable business pitches.

Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex and youth delight!



Project Fearless is a Dutch non-profit organization serving girls and non-binary kids in Amsterdam. It’s through their 3 years celebration we have learned that , Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex , gave the young girls inspiring and encouraging feedback on their sustainable business pitches, and enthusiastically joined in with a group exercise on facing fears..

Here is how their Instagram post read,

Today is the day! Project Fearless
Fearless is officially 3 years old!
To celebrate, we’ve been counting down our top 3 milestones from the last 3 Fearless years… and today’s milestone is extra special.Year 3 – Milestone 3: Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, joins our Entrepreneurship course as a guest coach
Earlier this year, Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex joined our first Entrepreneurship course as a guest coach!


During her visit, she gave the girls inspiring and encouraging feedback on their sustainable business pitches, and enthusiastically joined in with a group exercise on facing fears.


“Safe, supportive spaces like Project Fearless allow girls the opportunity to express themselves, build each other up, gain resilience, and tackle new challenges,” said The Duchess, a supporter of women-led initiatives and co-founder of Archewell.


It’s through incredible experiences like this
that our girls are able to meet inspirational and accessible role models. Hearing how they’ve shaped their paths in life, and knowing that they,too, can pursue any goals they choose!


We are so proud of our continuous growth,
from our movement and sports programs to
collaborations creating opportunities for girls to break through glass ceilings and beyond.


From our first 30 girls back in 2019, we’ve now welcomed 747 kids to our programs – and we can’t wait to meet all the new faces that the coming years will bring!
Join us in celebrating our 3rd birthday today! Do you have a favourite Fearless memory? We’d love to hear it!

The post from their Instagram account read

Follow them and learn more about them on Instagram

https://instagram.com/project.fearless?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=

Here is their website,with more detail and if you are able to donate to them they have a link.

https://www.projectfearless.org/entrepreneurship-eng

Meghan has a history of advocating for girls and women’s rights. Before marriage to Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, she was a United Nations Women’s Advocate for Women’s Political Participation and Leadership. Through World vision, the biggest and International children’s charity she was able to visit,learn more and bring attention to, The Myna Mahila Foundation , an Indian organization which empowers women by encouraging discussion of taboo subjects such as menstruation, and by setting up workshops to produce low-cost sanitary protection to enable girls to stay in school. It was founded by Suhani Jalota ,who became the Duchess of Sussex’s friend. On her return from the visit, the then suit star, wrote a very Powerful easy on Effects of menstruation on girls education on Time magazine.

In celebration of Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex 40th birthday, Sussex Squad,the Duke and Duchess Of Sussex Global supporters were able to donate more than $100,000, Indicating that her advocacy are taken seriously and people indeed follow her leads and supports her causes. A leader indeed!

Mail on Sunday lost appeal in privacy battle with Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex over letter to her father despite the royal family aid help.

Mail on Sunday lost appeal in privacy battle over letter to her father.
‘This is a victory not just for me, but for anyone who has ever felt scared to stand up for what’s right,’ wrote the Duchess of Sussex in statement acknowledging the win.

The publisher of the Mail on Sunday lost a legal battle to overturn a High Court ruling that it breached the privacy of Meghan Markle by publishing parts of a letter she wrote to her father.

The Duchess of Sussex,sued Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL) over five articles that reproduced parts of a personal and private letter sent to her father in August 2018.

The High Court ruled earlier in 2021 that ANL’s publication of the letter was unlawful, entering summary judgment for Meghan and avoiding the need for a trial.

ANL brought an appeal against that decision during a three-day hearing in November 2021, but it was dismissed by three senior judges .

Reading a summary of their decision at the Court of Appeal, Sir Geoffrey Vos, Master of Rolls, said: “It was hard to see what evidence could have been adduced at trial that would have altered the situation.

“The judge had been in as good a position as any trial judge to look at the article in People magazine, the letter and the Mail on Sunday articles to decide if publication of the contents of the Letter was appropriate to rebut the allegations made against Mr Markle.

“The judge had correctly decided that, whilst it might have been proportionate to publish a very small part of the letter for that purpose, it was not necessary to publish half the contents of the letter as Associated Newspapers had done.”

In a statement after the ruling, Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex said: “This is a victory not just for me, but for anyone who has ever felt scared to stand up for what’s right.

“While this win is precedent setting, what matters most is that we are now collectively brave enough to reshape a tabloid industry that conditions people to be cruel and profits from the lies and pain that they create.

“From day one, I have treated this lawsuit as an important measure of right versus wrong. The defendant has treated it as a game with no rules.

“The longer they dragged it out, the more they could twist facts and manipulate the public (even during the appeal itself), making a straightforward case extraordinarily convoluted in order to generate more headlines and sell more newspapers – a model that rewards chaos above truth.

“In the nearly three years since this began, I have been patient in the face of deception, intimidation and calculated attacks.

“Today, the courts ruled in my favour – again – cementing that The Mail on Sunday, owned by Lord Jonathan Rothermere, has broken the law.”

Meghan Markle IMPACT! Outland Denim reached new heights when Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, wore a pair of the brand’s jeans four times while on her tour of Australia and was able to create 46 new positions for women who have been rescued from trafficking for the company.

Outland Denim reached new heights when Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, wore a pair of the brand’s jeans four times while on her tour of Australia with Prince Harry in 2018 during her Australia royal tour.

“Oh man, it’s hard to put into words [the Meghan Markle effect] it caused a lot of growth and growing pains as well and that’s the awesome and challenging sign of something as miraculous as that.”

As a result of the interest caused by Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex ,Bartle was able to create 46 new positions for women in his company. Something which has a flow-on effect into the communities and dependents the women are responsible for.

Bartle told the press at the time that online sales increased by 2300 per cent over the two weeks following Meghan’s appearance in the jeans saw, while traffic to their website spiked by 1000 per cent in the 48 hours after the Duchess wore them.

“She didn’t receive the jeans through us. We’re not sure how she heard of us but are thrilled that the brand’s ethos aligns with her own,” Bartle told Vanity Fair.

“On top of that, the denim is very comfortable and she wore them day after day on the tour. As a company it’s been win-win, but it’s benefitted people who really need help and I hope Meghan knows that.”

Outland Denim is one of ten businesses honoured in the 2019CO Leadership Awards, awarded by fashion technology and business platform Common Objective (CO).

The award was judged by representatives from the British Fashion Council, GQ and Vogue Australia magazine, fashion label Vivienne Westwood and luxury e-commerce retailer Farfetch. The award celebrates “disruptors” in the sustainable fashion space.

Outland Denim was started by James Bartle in 2011 and works with Cambodian women who have been rescued from trafficking to teach them new skills while also paying a fair wage and offering training and employment opportunities.

The brand uses sustainable materials such as organic cotton and recycled fabric waste.

Bartle said it was an “honour” to be recognized by what he sees as leaders in the sustainable fashion space.

“[CO] are campaigning for using fashion for good, and that’s always been our dream and desire … to help right the wrongs of the past in fashion.”


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