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  • Emma Watson wins at the United Nations
  • Emma Watson wins at the United Nations
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Emma Watson wins at the United Nations

Emma Watson was appointed UN Women’s Global Goodwill Ambassador in 2014. But it was the speech she gave that drew global attention - earning approval for the actor across the web. With celebrity activists often a target for derision, how did Watson get it so right?

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