This Friday, take time to reflect on how you could make the most out of the weekend. Do you need time to be by yourself? Do you need to spend time with family? Do you need to have a good time with your friends? Do what is best for you!
Happy Father’s Day to one of our favorite dads! ⠀
And a Happy Father’s day to all dads.⠀
Geena believes that gender equality in media can be reached by men and women working together. ⠀
We are grateful for the fathers and father figures who show boys and girls that they are equally important! ⠀ #HappyFathersDay#SeeitBeit ⠀
Who’s your on screen and off screen male role model?⠀
Please join us to congratulate Major Mandisa Mfeka, South Africa’s first black female combat fighter pilot. Mfeka, who’s been an inspiration to many South Africans, says it’s possible for young girls to be where she is.
Nasce oggi #ArtandAct - #TalentidiGenere : con profonda emozione, lanciamo la prima edizione del #contest artistico ispirato alla vita e all’impegno di Marie Marzloff, per molti anni energia, motore e cuore del CESIE.
II genere è una questione di uguaglianza o l’uguaglianza è una questione di genere? Esprimi il tuo #talentodigenere con un’opera visiva e dai libero sfogo alla tua creatività.
Il concorso è aperto a tutte e tutti, senza limiti geografici e d’età.
Inviaci la tua opera: hai tempo fino al 1° ottobre! Link in bio 🎨✏️🖌 #arte#uguaglianzadigenere#concorso ***
It is with great emotion that we officially declare the #ArtandAct#contest open. ArtandAct is an art contest inspired by the passions of Marie Marzloff, who was the energy, the motor and the heart of CESIE for many years.
The theme for the first edition of our contest is #Talentidigenere . You are invited to submit unpublished, thought-provoking artworks addressing #genderequality .
The competition is open to people from all over the world without any age limits.
Discover how to participate, let your creativity run free: submit your artwork by October 1st!
We have raised enough to support a second woman’s scholarship!! Now for a third...Can you help us reach our target to raise $5000 to support ten Indonesian women to study biology, veterinary science or environmental science to become orangutan conservationists? Please help🌿
I‘m still speechless - about all the love I‘ve received during and after my speech, the hugs, the „thank you“‘s, the tears, the motivation, the laughs. This speech was for everyone of you, dearest women and about your everyday life. That it touched so many women, so deeply, is showing in what an anger and suffering we are when we realize the discrimination we live on a daily basis and the chances we do not have because we were born as women. But you could also realize during this women‘s strike that we have a huge power, solidarity and we are so ready to fight! and we will: not only the 14th of june but every fucking day until we achieve what we want so badly: respect and the same chances as our beloved men! THANK YOU beautiful female creatures - I‘m overwhelmed by your force&love and THANK YOU to @frauenstreik.luzern for inviting me and this amazing organisation! 💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜 #frauenstreik2019#frauenstreikluzern#genderequality#makefeminismgreatagain#stoppsexuellegewalt@amnesty_switzerland
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"I work in a small town and my colleagues are what I’d call pretty conventional people. Because my same-sex partner and I live together, the workplace Monday morning conversations about the weekend were always uncomfortable for me. I didn’t want to have to spell it out for people at work but it was hard to keep mentioning my boyfriend and his family as though he was just a friend. One of my younger colleagues got it and started naturally including my boyfriend’s name in the conversation, which I really appreciated. The others eventually caught on and followed suit. These days I realise that I’m more relaxed around them and no longer on my guard like before. And to be honest I now think that these ‘conventional’ people were always a lot more open than I gave them credit for, and that maybe I was the one holding back. Either way - now that I can be myself, work is definitely a much better place for me." What #smallactsofinclusion made a big difference in your life? Share your story today to inspire others; together we can make things better - one small, bold step at a time! If you want to remain anonymous send your story to info@TheInclusiveCityProject.org and we’ll post on your behalf. Handwrite or simply type your story, with or without a picture. Check out website in bio for more stories.
Brojne države u svetu uvele su tokom poslednjih nekoliko godina zakone kojima se zabranjuje prikazivanje, odnosno upotreba rodnih stereotipa u reklamnim kampanjama.
Poslednja u nizu je Velika Britanija, koja je ovakvu odluku opravdala argumentom da „osnaživanje rodnih stereotipa doprinosi nejednakosti u društvu“. U Srbiji se prošle godine povela burna rasprava oko navedenog problema nakon reklamne kampanje Lidla pod nazivom „Savršen par“. Glavni spot za kampanju ostao je upamćen po rečenici: „Visok kvalitet i niska cena“, u kojoj se prvi deo odnosi na muškarca, a drugi na ženu.
Ambassador Aftab Seth (Center) visited AI office on June 10 to discuss the progress we are making on our work. He served as the Ambassador of India to Japan, Vietnam and Greece, and has bee our honorary co-chair since we the founding of Asia Initiatives in Tokyo.
You are more than a boyfriend, husband or father!!!!! Man is a complete entity on his own. You do not become a man because you have children or a woman in your life.
Do not allow the role, duties or positions you hold in life to define you.
Live by your virtues not standards set by others or society.
Work hard not because it's the role of a man to provide but because you have YOUR OWN goals.
Drive the car you love not because it is the car women like.
Guard your peace of mind and happiness.
Being a good father boyfriend or husband is a good thing but it is not the measure of manhood.
Before you are a father, husband, boyfriend.... YOU ARE A HUMAN BEING.
Worth of love, respect, affirmation.......You don't need a duty or role or position to be #manenough . You are made that by your virtues.