Posted on March 11, 2015 by

Gender equality has been a battle for many years, especially in the working world. Having a personal interest in the topic and after writing my dissertation on ‘The Glass Ceiling’, I too have seen the numbers and it’s evident that there is still a lot of work to be done. Equality has been brought even further to the forefront of the online community recently thanks to Emma Watson and the #heforshe campaign. Her speech at the UN last September was once of the most empowering things I have ever seen. She did great justice to everyone who has fought and is fighting for equality.


Another campaign that I came across recently was one that coincided with International Women’s Day last Sunday. The Clinton Foundation (an initiative by Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton) alongside Droga5 launched the campaign that highlights that there is still a gap in gender equality. They teamed up with Unilever, iHeartMedia, Beats by Dre, Simon & Schuster, Kate Spade, the New York City Ballet, Under Armour, H&M, Zalla Pilates, Diane von Furstenberg, Snapchat and Condé Nast and created a campaign that visually wiped women away from adverts, magazines, billboards in and around New York. A powerful reminder that women ‘still aren’t there’ when it comes to equality.


They have my full support, do they have yours?



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