#WhenWillSheBeRight

UN Women Logo Australian’s say, “she’ll be right” to dismiss problems we think will fix themselves with time. It’s a cultural complacency that issues will sort themselves out, at some point. But for global gender equality, at the current pace of change, that point is still 100 years away. On International Day of Women, we present the UN Women Australia video, “When will she be right?“.


Australian’s say, “she’ll be right” to dismiss problems we think will fix themselves with time. It’s a cultural complacency that issues will sort themselves out, at some point. But for global gender equality, at the current pace of change, that point is still 100 years away.

This means your children, grandchildren and even your great grandchildren are unlikely to experience a world where everyone is free and equal. Gender inequality remains one of the most pervasive human rights violations around the world. From child marriage to trafficking, domestic violence to sexual exploitation, the gender pay gap, the dearth of female leaders from business to the halls of parliament; discrimination, violence and fundamental disrespect of women and girls persist as a result of generations of exclusion.

 



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When will she be right?
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