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Pink landmarks for more equality

2021-10-12T03:50:55.260Z

With strong pink for more equality for girls. Since 2012, illuminated buildings are to show nationwide that this goal has not yet been achieved. The idea for this comes from Hamburg.



With strong pink for more equality for girls.

Since 2012, illuminated buildings are to show nationwide that this goal has not yet been achieved.

The idea for this comes from Hamburg.

Hamburg - Several Hamburg sights such as the planetarium were bathed in pink light on Monday evening.

With the lighting campaign, the children's rights organization Plan International has again campaigned for more equality for girls around the world.

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The campaigns of the Hamburg organization for World Girls' Day should take place in around 40 German cities.

The Lübeck Holstentor, the Sellin pier on Rügen, the Universum in Bremen, the Ferris wheel at the Ostbahnhof in Munich and the Chocolate Museum in Cologne were to be illuminated in strong magenta.

Some of the buildings had already been illuminated on Sunday, for example the Berlin radio tower.

The day of action initiated by Plan International was celebrated for the first time in 2012.

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Source: merkur

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