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This remake of the Spice Girls' "Wannabe" video really, really wants you to think about women's rights

Ladies, now is the time to tell the world what you want -- what you really, really want.

Twenty years after the video for the Spice Girls' first single, "Wannabe," was filmed, the clip has gotten an update, thanks to the charity Project Everyone.

The organization released a new version of the video featuring young women from around the world stepping in for the five Spice Girls to raise awareness about issues affecting women around the world, including violence against girls, child marriage, access to education and equal pay.

"In 2015 world leaders promised to put girls and women first when they signed up to the Sustainable Development Goals to end poverty, fix climate change and tackle inequalities," the organization said in a statement. "Girls and women are disproportionately affected by these challenges and are key to building resilient communities to withstand them."

"That's why we need to ensure World Leaders and the Secretary General of the United Nations listen to the voices of girls and women and put them first in policies and plans. 2016 is our chance to use our collective power and tell world leaders what we really really want for girls and women. If you make the noise, we'll get your message to world leaders at the U.N. in September."

At least one Spice Girl is already a big fan of the effort.

"I think this film is a wonderful idea," Victoria Beckham said in a statement. "How fabulous it is that after 20 years, the legacy of the Spice Girls' 'Girl Power' is being used to encourage and empower a whole new generation."

Women around the world can join the movement by visiting Project Everyone or by simply posting a photo with the hashtag #WhatIReallyReallyWant and a sign listing what issues they care about most.

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