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Welcome to Equal City! Here, led by young women and men, civil society organizations (CSOs), local authorities, universities and media work together to advance women’s rights, gender equality and women’s empowerment.
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How would you colour a gender-equal world? UN Women’s Awake Not Sleeping collection reimagines 28 fairy tales for a new generation.
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The ‘Awake Not Sleeping’ initiative is driven by innovative feminist writers from diverse backgrounds and experiences from across Europe and Central Asia. They came together to create new fairy tales that will challenge gender norms and empower the next generation of citizens and leaders. Through their reimagined tales, they are moving us closer to building a gender-equal society.
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BREAKING NEWS: We found a country that has achieved gender equality! In Equiterra all people have equal rights and opportunities, regardless of their gender. Women and girls feel safe when walking at night. They get paid equally as men, for work of equal value. Men and women share chores and care duties at home, and they can access high quality care at affordable rates.
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More than half of municipalities in Albania have a dedicated mechanism that aims to protect and support survivors of domestic and gender-based violence. It is composed of a team of community professionals who have institutional responsibility to respond and address the various needs of survivors of domestic violence.
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These 25 art pieces celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, the most visionary agenda for women`s rights. The art pieces were part of the #Artivism for Gender Equality exhibition, displayed during the Beijing+25 Regional Review Meeting from Geneva, on 29-30 October 2019. The art pieces highlight struggles for gender equality and women’s rights in Europe, the United States of America, Canada, the Caucasus and Central Asia countries. This exhibition was conceptualized by Women`s Major Group and UN Women Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia.
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The infographic Standards and Engagement for Ending Violence against Women and Domestic Violence in Bosnia and Herzegovina (2016-2019) summarizes the effects of the UNW CO BiH's programme on changing the public perception of domestic violence as a private matter, improving the access of survivors to neccessary services and involving men and boys in prevention of GBV.
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Across Europe and Central Asia, women are industry leaders, innovators, activists and social entrepreneurs. Each day, they bring their ideas and their hearts into transforming our world through the empowerment of women and girls. They are changing the ways business is conducted, cities are built, services are delivered. Their way is a smart, sustainable one, and in sharing some of their inspiring stories, we salute their ingenuity and courage.
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From the internet to the bicycle, here are just a handful of innovations we take for granted today that have shaped the lives of women and girls worldwide.
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In Albania, UN Women is working to make gender equality central to planning and budgeting for national development and EU integration. When it comes to applying gender-responsive budgeting in public finance, the country is recognized as a regional leader.
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In Moldova, widespread patriarchal attitudes and gender-based stereotypes perpetuate the idea that women are responsible for child and home care, with fathers expected to be breadwinners. To challenge this widespread notion, the Embassy of Sweden organised in partnership with the UN in Moldova the photo exhibition Dads from Moldova and Sweden.
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These inspiring stories were among many more recently showcased in the hugely successful #YesSheCan photo exhibition, organized by UN Women's Multi Country Office in Central Asia. Exhibited across Kazakhstan’s main cities in shopping centres, universities and museums, more than 800,000 people, especially youth, learned about these exceptional Kazak women who are making their mark in traditionally male dominated professions.