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Ronelle King

Instagram Image by Ronelle King (@iamxilomen) with caption : "Let's talk about gender equality... #SDG5 #EqualityInLegislation #GenderFocus

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Let's talk about gender equality... #SDG5 Let me know if you knew (or otherwise) in the comment section below.

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Sayfty

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Did you hear that @markwahlberg just made a big push for ? The All The Money in the World Star just donated $1.5 million to due to reports that he was paid 1500x the salary of his female costar. #sdg5 PC: @parademagazine

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AIESEC in KENYA

image by AIESEC in KENYA (@aiesecinkenya) with caption : "Gender inequality. Play your part. Stay aware. #AIESEC #aiesecinkenya #y4gg #sdg5" - 1695104038549779909
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Gender inequality. Play your part. Stay aware. #sdg5

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Abir Chebaro Ibrahim

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leading to economic leads to the reduction of against women and to improve their lives #SDG5

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Nada Diouri

image by Nada Diouri (@diourinada) with caption : "The future is Female 😍
The best way to share with you this god's gift 
By The human and women activist Mama to be 
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The future is Female 😍 The best way to share with you this god's gift By The human and women activist Mama to be Je suis ta mere Je suis ta soeur Je suis ta femme Je suis ta fille #SDG5

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Feminism in India

image by Feminism in India (@feminisminindia) with caption : "Almost exactly one year ago, women from across India marched the streets and declared that they WOULD go out! #Throwback" - 1694952753820636051
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Almost exactly one year ago, women from across India marched the streets and declared that they WOULD go out!

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PASE PAU

Instagram Image by PASE PAU (@pasea_pau) with caption : "Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustain" at Ibadan, Nigeria - 1694902214403258687

Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world. #SDG5 January 18, 2018

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UN in Maldives 🇲🇻

image by UN in Maldives 🇲🇻 (@un_maldives) with caption : "#GlobalGoalsThursday: Yumna. Let’s do everything we can to break these gender roles & stereotypes imposed on us by socie" - 1694822499358307332
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: Yumna. Let’s do everything we can to break these gender roles & stereotypes imposed on us by society. All of this potential trapped within us can only be tapped into, if all of us were given equal opportunities #SDG5

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Feminism in India

image by Feminism in India (@feminisminindia) with caption : "The fact that the rape & murder of 7 year old #Zainab didn’t just go underground as one of the countless cases of violen" - 1694803001607005445
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The fact that the rape & murder of 7 year old didn’t just go underground as one of the countless cases of violence against women but gained global attention is remarkable on its own. However, the focus has shifted entirely to catching the rapist and hanging him publicly to act as a deterrent to other rapists and child molesters. The under-reported crimes in Pakistan alone show that this is a serious, systemic problem and punishing one individual will not fix the system in place that fosters the attitudes that lead to this. The punishment should be doled out, that much is certain, but it can’t be our main goal. It should be on making sure no victim needs to fear a situation like this in the first place. This situation also asks us to revise what we know about rape and justice, and why there’s only one type of victim and one type of rapist. We should be questioning why only selective types of victims get sympathy, those we can turn into martyrs, those we could see as our own or ourselves. Why are women like Qandeel Baloch seen as deserving of their fate? We tend to believe that if someone doesn’t play by our rules, they deserve what’s coming to them, even when our rules haven’t protected those who obeyed either. The change needs to be deeper. It needs to be a social change, with classes about sex education that normalize sex and stop making it so taboo that it prevents abuse from being talked about, to explain the importance of consent and respecting autonomy, of how a no means no, how abuse works and how it’s wrong. Read the entire essay on & our complicity in by clicking the link in bio.