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Investigating gender equality

A trip back through time

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The United Nations have tried to fight gender inequality

https://www.un.org/en/sections/issues-depth/gender-equality/

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The European Union also tried to address the issue

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https://ec.europa.eu/info/policies/justice-and-fundamental-rights/gender-equality/gender-equality-strategy_en

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Each country is supposed to fight gender inequality at home.However a lot of problems remain at the start of the 21st century .

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THANK YOU!

And don't give up!We're going back to 2475 !Bye

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Participant schools:

Lycée G. De Gaulle Anthonioz, Milhaud, FranceLiceo Statale G. Marconi, Pescara, ItalyIES Parque Aluche, Madrid, SpainEkonomska Skola Braca Radic, Dakovo, CroatioaLO.im. A. Mickiewicza, Opole Lubelskie, PolandProduction: C. Ritchie

This webdocumentary was done for an Erasmus + project supported by the European Union

GEPE - Gender Equality: from Principle to Empowerment2017 - 2020

Stereotypes in Movies that Need to StopClick to read the aticle fromsheknows.com

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Women's work doesn't get appreciated the same as men's

It's called Gender gap.

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In France women are paid 15.4% less than men in 2017

In Spain women are paid 15.1% less than men in 2017

In Croatia women are paid 11.6% less than men in 2017

In Poland women are paid 7.2% less than men in 2017

In Italy women are paid 5% less than men in 2017

https://www.inegalites.fr/Les-inegalites-de-salaire-entre-les-femmes-et-les-hommes-enEurope?id_theme=23

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Figures have hardly changed between 2010 and 2020 and the difference is still 16% globally in Europe at that time.

Poland 7.7%

TITLE HEU 16.3%ERE

Croatia 10.4%

Spain14.9%

France 15.8%

Gender

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Italy 5.5%

European Union16.3%

Source: eurostat 2015ec.europa.eu

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It can be verbal or physical violence and the aim is to hurt a person, using sexual threats to intimidate, degrade or humiliate her. Both men and women can be victims but the vast majority are women.It can happen in the street, at work, at home or during leasure or sports activities.

Sexual harassment

RAPE

It is a sexual act imposed on a person without her or his consent.

Stereotypes in ads

In the 21st century women are often seen as born housewives

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This is the year 2475. Jane and James are teenagers. They live in Phosphoros where gender equality is self-evident. But one day they hear it hasn't always been the case so they decide to investigate the past to see how men and women used to live together in the 21st century on earth.

They embark upon a trip back through time to see for themselves what forms gender inequality could have taken back then and see how the problem was sorted. They visit countries that used to be called France, Italy, Spain, Poland and Croatia and many others...

Will you join them on this discovery trip? Hop on!

Jane 16 years old

James 16 years old

Phosphoros

Phosphoros

How can you fight gender inequality ?

2. By enforcing the law and punishing law-breakers?

5. Through women empowerment ?

1. Through education from nursery school to university?

3. By controlling the media and especially the social media?

4. Through positive discrimination?

What do you think?

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Discuss it with your pals, your teachers, your relatives, your local politicians... as often as you can.

Together you will find ways to reach gender equality. It's everybody's concern!

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Depriving half of humanity of their fundamental rights is not an option!

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storyline

This is the year 2475. Jane and James are teenagers. They live in Phosphoros where gender equality is self-evident. But one day they hear it hasn't always been the case so they decide to investigate the past to see how men and women used to live together in the 21st century on earth.

They embark upon a trip back through time to see for themselves what forms gender inequality could have taken back then and see how the problem was sorted. They visit countries that used to be called France, Italy, Spain, Poland and Croatia and many others...

Will you join them on this discovery trip? Hop on! Click on the globe!

Jane 16 years old

James 16 years old

Phosphoros

Phosphoros

.Have a good journey!

WORK

VIOLENCE

STEREOTYPES

RIGHTS

.Have a good journey!

WORK

VIOLENCE

STEREOTYPES

RIGHTS

SOLUTIONS?

.Explore solutions!

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The United Nations

The European Union

Each country

Conclusion

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Reproductive rights are a sensitive issue and in many countries birth control and LGBT rights remain very controversial for moral or religious reasons

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First of all what are we talking about?

Gender equality?

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In Greek mythology Phosphoros was a planet ruled by Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and Hermes, the god of learning and wit.So after the ressources on earth were exhausted humans had to go and live on another planet and they named it Phosphoros.

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In Poland women got the right to vote in 1917

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In Poland women got the right to vote in 1917

In Poland women got the right to vote in 1917

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In Poland

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Women got the right to vote in 1917

In Spain

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Women got the right to vote in 1931

In France

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Women got the right to vote in 1944

In Italy

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Women got the right to vote in 1945

In Croatia

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Women got the right to vote in 1945

Women and politics

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Gender gap ?

Gender gap is the term used to describe the unequal outcomes achieved by women and men on the labour market, as well as women’s restricted access to rights and assets worldwide. No country in the world has fully closed the gender gap. The main gender gaps in the labour market concern differences in: - employment rate.- part-time work. - unpaid care and family responsibilities. - access to rights and assets (professions and decision-making positions). - working conditions. - hourly wages (gender pay gap). - the possibilities for economic independence.

https://eige.europa.eu/gender-mainstreaming/policy-areas/employmenthttps://eige.europa.eu/gender-mainstreaming/policy-areas/employment

Gender equality?

It means equal rights between men and women, girls and boys: gender equality does not mean that women and men are the same, but that they have equal value and should be treated the same.

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In 2018 in the Croatian Parliament 31.13% of members are women

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In 2018 in the Italian Parliament 35.71% of members are women

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In 2018 in Spanish Parliament 44% of members are women

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In 2018 in Polish Parliament 28.7% of members are women

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In 2018 in French Parliament 39.51% of members are women

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NO means NO!CONSENT is a must!

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Women don't always want to do some things: if it's NO, it's NO! All men have to respect this will. If not, it's sexual harassment

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Contraception and abortion issues

Highschool students were interviewed about about contraception, abortion, stereotypes and sexual education in these 5 countries.

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In Italy, people don't have sexual education at school, they don't talk about it with their family but they talk aboout it with their friends. Contraception isn't free and abortion has been legal since 1978.

In Spain, people don't have sexual education at school, they talk about it with family and friends. It's not really a taboo. Moreover, contraception is not free but in medical center is it. Abortion has been legal since 2010.

In Poland, sexual education at school is not taught. Neither, do they talk about it in family and nor between friends. It's a taboo. Furthermore, contraception is not free even in medical centers. The abortion is legal since 1993 only in case of fetal malformation, rape or danger for the mother.

In Croatia, they don't have sexual education at school, they don't talk about it in family circle and between friends. It's not really a taboo. Moreover, contraception is not free even in medical centers and the abortion is legal but it's not "recommanded" to do it because of the christian population.

In France, people have sexual education at school, they talk about it with family and friends. It's not a taboo. Furthermore, contraception can be free in medical centers. Abortion has been legal since 1975.

In France, people have sexual education at school, they talk about it with family and friends. It's not a taboo. Furthermore, contraception can be free in medical centers. Abortion has been legal since 1975.

In Spain, people don't have sexual education at school, they talk about it with family and friends. It's not really a taboo. Moreover, contraception is not free but in medical center it is. Abortion has been legal since 2010.

In Croatia, they don't have sexual education at school, they don't talk about it in family circle or between friends. It's not really a taboo. Moreover, contraception is not free even in medical centers and the abortion is legal but it's not "recommended" to do it because of the Christian religion.

In Italy, people don't have sexual education at school, they don't talk about it with their family but they talk aboout it with their friends. Contraception isn't free and abortion has been legal since 1978.

In Poland, sexual education at school is not taught. Neither, do they talk about it in family and nor between friends. It's a taboo. Furthermore, contraception is not free even in medical centers. The abortion is legal since 1993 only in case of foetal malformation, rape or danger for the mother.

Stereotypes?

Stereotypes in childhood

Stereotypes in movies

Stereotypes in ads

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Consent

Consent is when you freely agree for something to happen or when you freely agree to do something, like have sexual intercourse for example.

Gender violence in the European Union

in 2015

One in two women had experienced sexual harassment

One in three women had experienced physical and/or sexual violence

One in twenty had been raped

shttps://eige.europa.eu/gender-based-violence/what-is-gender-based-violenceu

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Guess what it was like in 2018

In Spain 1,700 rapes and 9,912 sexual assaults

In France 19,658 rapes and 29,740 sexual assaults

In Croatia 297 rapes and 244 sexual assaults

In Poland 756 rapes and 417 sexual assaults

In Italy 5,381 cases of sexual violence altogether

http://appsso.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/nui/submitViewTableAction.do

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Stereotypes about children

Girls must love pinkBoys must like blueGirls have to play with dollsBoys have to play with carsGirls must be crazy about candies and unicornsBoys have to be fond of fighting and video gamesGirls supposedly want to be princessesBoys supposedly want to be footballersGirls have to be prettyBoys have to be strong

Children have to respect the ten "Gender rules"

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What's a gender stereotype?

It's an idea that people have about what someone is like, just because of her/his gender: for example that men are strong and girls are sweet

In the world of advertisement, women are considered as sexual objects or elements of attraction..

Stereotypes in ads

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