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16 hours ago
En France, le congé paternité est de 11 jours et 7 pères sur 10 en profitent déjà. Mais comme l'indique @celinelz pour que "les femmes aient accès à tous les postes et toutes les responsabilités dans l’entreprise, et que l’équilibre vie professionnelle, vie personnelle soit le même pour tou.te.s” ces 11 jours ne suffisent pas ! Alors Le 5 février convaincus par l'engagement de Céline Lazorthes @celinelz fondatrice de @leetchiweb, Thibault Lanthier, fondateur de Mon Docteur et Isabelle Rabier, fondatrice de @jolimoiparis, 105 entreprises ont signé le "Parental Act", une charte proposant un mois de congé entièrement rémunéré au deuxième parent à la naissance d’un enfant (indépendamment de son sexe et de la situation maritale). Un acte fort pour changer la société maintenant ! Merci !
In France, paternity leave lasts 11 days and 7 out of 10 fathers already take advantage of it. But as @celinelz says, to ensure that "women have access to all positions and responsibilities in the company, and that the work-life balance is the same for everyone" these 11 days are not enough! So on February 5th, convinced by the commitment of Céline Lazorthes @celinelz, founder of @leetchiweb, Thibault Lanthier, founder of Mon Docteur and Isabelle Rabier, founder of @jolimoiparis, 105 companies signed the "Parental Act", a charter offering one month of fully paid leave to the second parent at the birth of a child (regardless of gender and marital status). A strong act to change society now! Thank you!
https://twitter.com/LeonieWhyte/status/1229891680389627904 … Australia’s @PacWomenProgram is one of the largest global commitments to #GenderEquality. Learn more at the #Cardno table at #AAC2020
2 hours ago
Rebecca, fourth year law student, is passionate about debating, advocacy, and gender equality. “Whenever I am walking with my mother, people ask who my father is as if to insinuate that a child belongs to a man. This is unfair to women like my mother who put in all the work, alone. We can’t develop in a society that condones such social constructs.” Currently, she is the Vice Chair of the Gender Equality Association at Uganda Christian University (UCU) and Chairperson of the Law Council in the UCU Law Society. She traveled to the African Union Headquarters for the past two years to discuss issues affecting young people in Africa. She’s brilliant and passionate. All of Rebecca’s life, her mother has sacrificed for Rebecca to succeed, and her mother fell sick Rebecca’s final year of law school. Rebecca nearly left school, but several individuals plus UCU Partners were able to assist with covering Rebecca’s tuition. “I have learnt a lot in this time but the most important lesson is gratitude and I will show this same kindness to others,” she said. “I can never pay back the money they [sponsors] have invested in me but I will transfer this kindness to another person.” Follow link in our bio to read more!
You are invited to the @UN International #WomensDay celebration on 6 Mar in NYC!
To show solidarity for #genderequality & women's rights, we encourage attendees to wear blue and/or red attire! RSVP here: http://ow.ly/6DkK50ypBdn cc: @UN_Women #IWD2020pic.twitter.com/ugPl7ez2LG
𝙷𝚘𝚠 𝚊𝚛𝚎 𝚢𝚘𝚞 𝚐𝚛𝚘𝚠’𝚗 ?
It’s that time of year where I flaunt the hair that grows not on my head.
It provokes conversation and thought surrounding, equality & beauty across all genders.
As identifying Females we are often told to act and present ourselves a certain way, told to be quiet and conform to the prescribe role, not to mention a gateway to how we are treated .
Working in the beauty and performance industry, There are so many parallels between appearance (like hair), gender and inequality.
Being a female in the performance space often opens a can of worms when you are presented with power dynamics.
Appearance often being can be a defining factor, regardless of the knowledge , talent & work ethics.
People have said it’s contradicting to work within makeup and have such strong views about going against societal norms of beauty.
That’s why I have such a strong passion about beauty, the industry has come leaps and bounds from what it use to be , however there is still do much that needs to be improved about diversifying representation across all sectors.
Growing out the bodily fuzzies is a step towards rebellious acts of self love, care and breaking down societal standards.
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Thank you to everyone for positive vibes throughout the month. For those who said ‘I could never do that’ give it a go! When you lastly shaved was it because of an ingrained societal norm ? If you were opposite/ other gender would of you still done so?
It has been a long hard road, but the grace nd blessing along those hard paths have both shaped nd traumatized me.
In Chicago you need a doctors note a medical doctor. Well #illinios understands that 33% of #transgender#queer nd #non-binary people dont have medical insurance. Nd a medical doctor has you self identify. So first off it should have been a psychologist not a M.D.
Really it should be the person. We are proud Illinios doing their best to stay on top of contemporary phycology, gender rights, classism. We have a long way to go. There are tons of place it is still not safe for me to travel. Because we are at risk to violence. We are bless to have people that have reach out all over this world , country. Peers in the arts, burner, medical , sex work world we are apart of.
To you here on Instagram thank You. Really when I was attacked last year . This is where I was both then threaten, both my life nd about my paganism.
My point is the rally that came right after that. People I had never talk to , people that barely new me, people that I then met at the club nd follow me came up to me apologising. Saying " that wont happen if they are around" saying
"We are sorry you had to face a hate crime alone"
We never thought that thought nd we had to. That their are both people we dont know that will attack or defend me
That being attacked for my gender. Is a hate crime.
we must stand nd speak
We must fight nd hold firm
We must walk with pride
We must educate
We must we have to
For when we are alone nd call out
Those eyes in the darkness come closer
It isnt the one holding torches but those that wont let you face injustice alone.
Funny how stranger were the ones that came to my aid.
Just finished this - a brilliant book by @CCriadoPerez - for all women allies. Almost more insightful than anger inducing...*almost*
11 minutes ago
80% of MA top companies surveyed score as “unsatisfactory” or “need urgent attention,” requiring significant change to achieve gender parity, according to the report. #GenderParityNow⠀
See key stats and read full report - Link in Bio
Perché conta che io sia nato uomo, bianco e eterosessuale?
Perché quando mi vedi per un lavoro o ruolo non ti chiedi se abbia o voglia avere figli; se abbia una moglie (o nel caso lo consideri un vantaggio perché mi rende “più affidabile” e “sistemato”); se voglia o meno viaggiare; se mi interessi investire sul lavoro; se andrò bene a quel cliente... Essere nato così non è un merito o una scelta, ma posso scegliere che farmene:
Posso scegliere di sfruttare questo mio vantaggio per agire da alleato per chi non condivide questi privilegi e vantaggi (non meritati). Perché dovrei farlo? Perché questo mi permetterà di profittare del talento di tante persone che non pensano di poterlo, o a cui non viene permesso di, esprimerlo.
Perché superare i pregiudizi sulle altre persone mi aiuta ad emanciparmi anche da quelli su me stesso; perché non tutti gli uomini bianchi e eterosessuali sono uguali.
Per questo, con il mio socio Davide Motta, abbiamo fondato il #ProgettoBillyElliot; per accompagnare altri uomini, a partire da chi è ai vertici delle organizzazioni, a liberarsi dagli stereotipi, in primis di genere, e diventare veri alleati!
Unisciti a noi e passa parola!
2 hours ago
O primeiro episódio que eu lembro de defender as garotas eu tinha uns seis anos. Eu era bem danada e batia nos meninos que não queriam dividir as tarefas de limpeza e organização da sala. Ficava de castigo, mas os meninos iam limpar a sala sim!
Com o passar do tempo, eu estava sempre lutando para fazer o que eu queria. Em vez de paralisar porque machismo, preconceito de gênero, assédio, eu comecei a criar futuros desejáveis para todos desde então.
Fundamos a Be.Labs em 2018 carregando no peito o #ods5 que é #genderequality, porque simplesmente não aceitamos essa realidade de maneira resignada.
Empreender para mim significa fazer alguma coisa, tangibilizar um futuro desejável, criar tecnologias mais humanas... É muito mais que resistir e reclamar, é fazer acontecer.
Por isso gender equality before flying cars, é nesse futuro que eu quero viver. 🌪️ #furacanizando
2 hours ago
The vote registration deadline is TODAY! Please be sure that your vote will be counted!
Call for submissions! To mark International Women’s Day, Girls Action Foundation is creating a digital zine featuring your artwork!
This year’s International Women’s Day theme is #EachforEqual.
To participate submit an original piece of art or writing to inspire people in your community and around the world to take action towards gender equality Submissions can be blog posts, poems, photos, personal essays, collages, drawings — Get creative!
Who can participate? Girls* and young womxn ages 13-25
Submit your work in French or English to [email protected] by March 1st.
Appel à contributions! Pour marquer la Journée internationale des femmes, la Fondation Filles d'action va publier un zine numérique qui met en valeur vos œuvres d'art !
Le thème de la Journée internationale des femmes cette année est #eachforequal
Pour participer, soumettez une œuvre d'art ou un écrit original pour inspirer les gens de votre communauté et du monde entier à agir pour faire progresser l'égalité des sexes. Les propositions peuvent être un blog, un poème, des photos, un essai personnel, un collage, un dessin -- Soyez créatifs !
Qui peut participer ?: Filles, jeunes femmes et jeunes non-binaires et trans de 13 à 25 ans peuvent faire des soumissions. Les soumissions doivent être envoyées avant le 1 mars. .
3 hours ago
Sa ambasadorkom 🇬🇧 u #Srbija Šan Meklaud danas sam razgovarala o izgradnji #MoravskiKoridor, ali i zajedničkoj saradnji na unapredjenju #RodnaRavnopravnost u 🇷🇸. Uskoro ćemo potpisati i Sporazum o vazdušnom saobraćaju izmedju Srbije i Velike Britanije.
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My binder and I have a love hate relationship 😂 it can be a bitch and a half to do things in it sometimes. Working out for the first time since I got my binder helped out a lot. I didn’t have to worry about a tit falling out of my sports bra or the constant pulling of muscles on my neck and shoulders. I felt like a real running man. Then you have to weigh in the fact it’s so tight around my chest my Asthma will get so bad I have an attack. But I won’t let that stop me from staying healthy, I just have to be moderate. -
#trans#transboy#transgender#gayboy#dysphoria#binding#binder#binderbot#ftm#genderfluid#genderequality#humanrights#transteen #transartist #bisexual#selflove#healthy#selfcare #blueboy#frogboy#docmartens#platformshoes #lgbt#lgbtqia#lgbtq#lgbtpride #lgbtboy#transpride#nonbinary#motivation
Historic day for Indian women wanting to don the Uniform. 😃 It would’ve been anything but easy breaking through the toughest glass ceiling there is. Kudos to our Supreme Court for this ruling. #genderequality#equalopportunity ✌️#bestnews
Violence against women has gradually become a norm in our society.
We live in a society where it is entirely the responsibility of a woman to keep the home running, including the marriage.
As a result, women over stress themselves to see that this purpose is achieved, to the extent of tolerating all manner of abuses, both physically and sexual molestation.
Inspite of these, a woman is still blamed for a failed marriage.
This is the highest level of injustice in our society.
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It was great speaking to you about funding trends for #genderequality at #AAC2020! You missed the presentation? Don’t worry, read our report here: https://bit.ly/2NtpDce and stay tuned for our upcoming sector page on ODA funding for gender equality!pic.twitter.com/UlIBD9QtHa
Hi, I’m Victoria, and I’m a recovering boss babe.
@frannieandco recently shared an amazing post about the potential toxic side of the terms like“mompreneurs” and equality in titles. It really resonated.
I used to be the small business owner attending women in biz events. Priding myself on being a young woman successful in entrepreneurship. Not only was this limiting me from meeting people of all gender identities who are in business, but it also meant i was taking part in events that isolated the queer community. These women in business events are not often a safe space for NB and Trans women, even if they’re sometimes claimed to be. And i recognize my regret in supporting those type of events. I have now seen first hand how my queer friends have felt they don’t have a place in these events, and i will not stand for that. For that i am sorry.
All that aside, i was putting myself in a box when using the terms like girl boss. and FUCK THAT. I was under valuing and limiting myself. I’m not just a girl boss, IM A BOSS. Have you ever heard a male in business referred to as a #boyboss? No. That’s because men’s power in the workplace is still the default. It’s the status quo and anything a woman does is still an exception, an anomaly. I’m not here to be an exception, and screaming to the world that I’m a boss babe instead of just a BOSS does not resonate with me anymore.
I AM A BOSS. I AM A PERSON IN BUSINESS. And i demand to be taken just as seriously as anyone else creating a successful career for themselves. And i demand that space for everyone to feel they are equal in success and feats. Not just impressive because of a minority or misogynisticbox they fit in.
I completely understand that not everyone will resonate with this. And that’s ok! We are all entitled to pride ourselves in whatever titles give us that powerful feeling.
But I am Victoria, and despite my gender, despite my age, despite my sexuality, i am a boss. And damn deserving and proud of it. ✊🏻
Action Breaks Silence has been delivering excellence this week in Soweto!
Our team of upskilled youth totally stepped up and inspired the younger generations! They blew us away - totally amazing, vocally impressive and driven to be active bystanders to STOP VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS.
But we can only do this with your help. We've educated nearly 60,000 girls, boys and women across the world, but we need your support to continue. Donate at https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/ABSclimbKili to lend your support 🙏🙏
Want to work for an employer that is committed to providing career pathways for women? @QubeHoldings is looking for talented people to join their team, so what are you waiting for? Check out the roles available today: https://buff.ly/2Sp7H5d
#WORK180 #GenderEquality #Diversitypic.twitter.com/JFXFvNh9N0
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Join us – sign up for updates & stories about our work towards #GenderEquality for all
52 minutes ago
Domenica 1º marzo sarò a Roma per un evento promosso dall’Associazione JazzMine, in collaborazione con Jazz in Cantina: “In genere... Jazz!". Discuteremo delle pari opportunità nelle arti improvvisate, che riteniamo una risorsa per tutti.
🕔Ore 17.00: Discussione 🕖Ore 19.00 Jam Session
▪️Cecilia Sanchietti (Presidente JazzMine)
▪️Ada Montellanico ▪️Susanna Stivali
▪️Pier Luigi Zanzi
▪️Michela Lombardi ▪️Angelo Olivieri
📍Dove: Jazz in Cantina, via Appia Nuova 882, Roma // Ingresso libero, tessera associativa 3€ // Uno spazio di discussione e confronto con e tra musicisti/e e non, esperti e non del settore, sullo stato attuale degli equilibri e possibilità di accesso per entrambi i sessi, in particolare nel jazz nel nostro Paese. Un momento aperto in un collettivo di musicisti, dove potersi scambiare opinioni, punti di vista, informazioni, testimonianze, anche tra chi vive quotidianamente la questione di genere in ambito artistico.
Un modo per fare il punto su dove siamo e dove vogliamo andare, e attivare un processo che veda insieme uomini e donne per comprendere come solo lavorando di comune accordo si possa avere tutti maggiori opportunità, nell'interesse di ciascuno. .
📸 @silviamalatestaphoto 💄 @federicabartalini_makeup
Earrings: @eb_laragazzadegliorecchini .
1 hour ago
I hope this helps. I’m just here to champion what I call the ‘new sexually-liberated womxn.’
She’s confident, she’s fierce, she’s open minded and she gives 0 fucks.
A 3-YEAR partnership between the AFL and BHP has been created to assist in the development of women's football, coaching and umpiring—to lift women's game!
#genderequality #genderbalance#ellect#womeninsports#socialimpactsupplies #socialimpactserviceshttps://womens.afl/news/42014/big-australian-s-big-hand-to-lift-the-women-s-game …
What's the Iranian Resistance/#MEK objective?
A secular nuclear-free Iran
#GenderEquality between men and #women
Abolishing the #DeathSentence
We want to see a completely different #Iran.
I’m smol in a big world
Even when I feel at my worst I know someone’s been there. They’ve hated their body just as much as I have, they’ve wanted to cry just as bad as I have, they’ve felt lonely just like I have. These are all things that are okay to feel, they’re natural, but remember you aren’t the only one feeling these pains, you aren’t lonely. Talk to someone, reach out to someone you’ve never talked to, new people bring new ideas and new perspectives. You aren’t alone in this. ☺️ My DMs are open to those who are struggling in their journey, I’ll be that someone for you ❤️🐸 -
#support#transsupport#depression#anxiety#trans#trangender#transboy#gayboy#gay#bisexual#transartist #genderequality#genderneutral#humanrights#humanequality#transequality#transbathrooms #nonbinary#nonbinarypride#transpride#lgbtpride#lgbta#dysphoria
In parte vera realtà per me,se proprio vi va fatemi sapere cosa ne pensate nei commenti e finalmente forse ho fatto un Tik Tok quasi decente prendendo spunto da un trend americano perciò wow.
1 hour ago
By Nazenin Ansari ((@nazeninansari)) Did you know that the world’s first chemist was a woman?
Or that the first female astronomer and the first female mathematician were both from the Middle East?
These are some of the revelations contained in Nina Ansary’s ((@ninaansary)) new book, Anonymous Is a Woman: A Global Chronicle of Gender, a look at women’s accomplishments over the last 4,000 years — and at why they have not received the recognition that they deserve.
Ansary’s previous book, Jewels of Allah: The Untold Story of Women in Iran, was an overview of women’s rights in Iran and how the postrevolutionary years gave birth to a fierce feminist movement.
In an interview with Kayhan Life, Ansary said Anonymous Is a Woman grew out of her advocacy campaigns as a UN Women Global Champion for Innovation, “where I work to uncover obstacles to women achieving their full potential in the STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics] fields.” “The other component of the book stems from my research as a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics, which is really about the participation of women in conflict-affected situations around the world, and promoting justice and human rights globally,” she added.
In the Kayhan Life interview, Ansary also discussed hurdles to gender equality: legal loopholes and inadequate legislation that continue to hold women back, and the lack of targeted action in the workplace.
To watch the interview,
Visit: KAYHANLIFE.COM (link in our main profile page) and
Follow @KayhanLife on #Instagram#Facebook#LinkedIn#Telegram#YouTube and #Twitter
57m57 minutes ago
Despite some women in my life telling me that my new mint-colored phone is targeted at women, I actually still like it.
When I started this account as part of my #wellnessblog, it was to document my own journey with #chronicillness and to share what I’ve learned. Much of that includes my experiences navigating both the worlds of medicine, which is rife with #misogyny and paternalism (“it’s all in your head!”) and the world of #wellness and #alternativemedicine, which has offered much to greatly improve my quality of life but requires more research than any patient should have to do to determine what could help and what would just empty your pocketbook.
I’ve considered myself a strong and unapologetic #feminist since childhood, but with illness I found myself a part of a chorus of women’s voices who strongly advocated for something simple and possibly life-saving in many cases: for women to be believed. Not gaslighted, or told they were simply depressed and refusing to admit it because of stigma (talk about how degrading it is to be told how you feel!), not to have doctors try to sell us murky and unprovable theories about the unconscious mind, but to be BELIEVED. To be considered credible witnesses to our own experiences with our own bodies.
Sadly, I quickly learned that the #chronicallyill are targets for bullying on social media and real life. In addition to having our sanity called into question, we’re accused of trying to get attention, faking illness to get benefits, laziness, and outright stupidity when we (as anyone would) pursue alternatives when we find ourselves abandoned by the a medical system we initially though would take care of us. In particular we are subject to online harassment from the “skeptic” community, which claims to be science-based yet are strong proponents of repackaged hysteria theory and the idea that people who look outside the medical system do so because of scientific illiteracy, not because of systemic problems within the medical profession. All of this adds additional layers of trauma and pain to what is already a deeply emotionally distressing experience.
And yet I along with many others, will continue to fight back. Stay strong, my #chronicillnesswarrior sisters. This is a movement whose time has come.🔥 #feminism#feministquotes#feminists