Blockchain and AI are bringing new solutions to efficiently help those in need

We Encourage Education, a completely new kind of impact startup, is on a mission to enable education, empower women and stop forced marriages. We Encourage Education utilizes new technologies such as AI and blockchain to empower women, to create a global community and an incentivizing system for families to educate their daughters instead of them being forced into marriage.

The startup builds its ground-breaking business model in international collaboration with expert organizations on women’s issues and exploring possibilities with impact technology experts. With an increasing number of social media followers, an impressive advisory panel and a growing team, We Encourage Education is on a path to revolutionize the way we think about giving and how we can help those in need.

We Encourage Education has been nominated as Best Social Impact Startup for Finland for 2019 at the Nordic Startup Awards. Gradually gaining the position of a thought leader when it comes to using new and emerging technology for gender equality, the Encourage team is also regularly invited to summits and panels related to impact startups and gender issues. The CEO and co-founder Anna Juusela, for instance, was invited to speak in the blockchain and social innovation panel at the UNESCO Blockchain and Perspectives conference.

Meet Arezo and Alaia and learn the core of our vision and idea. Also, familiarize yourself with facts and figures and real-life cases.

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We Encourage Education

This is too much. In no circumstances can we accept pedophilia in year 2019, no matter how people are trying to explain it with culture and religion.

Girls, like this bride in the video, who is under 10 years of age, is eligible to have a childhood.

Luckily, thanks to human rights activist Masih Alinejad, the marriage was nullified after the video went viral. Excellent example of how we are able to change things by taking action. 🙌

We do not need to accept this human rights violation. Enough is enough.

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