How to use impact storytelling events to fast track a gender-equitable pandemic recovery 18/3
Parallel Event NFBPWC (affiliated with IFBPW)
Women in power and decision-making, The girl child, Women and the economy, Education and training of women
SDG4 – Quality Education, SDG5 – Gender Equality, SDG9 – Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, SDG17 – Partnerships to achieve the Goal
Young Members (2016), Diversity in Teacher Education (2019), Women and STEM (2019)
Shows in the film documentary how preconsived conceptions of the upbringing/raising of girls can change.

Creates awareness
Presenters believe stories have the power to change minds and move hearts. And, good storytelling, like in the social impact documentary – PIONEERS IN SKIRTS – can engage the brain in ways other forms of communication simply cannot.
See above , away of making members aware that girls/women are sterio tipped from an early age. Boys play with cars & lego and girls with dolls. I do think a bit to much Americain way of thinking, I do not know if it applies everywere in Europe, although women in the Neherlands are champions parttime working etc

Could be usfull to collaborate with BPW?


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