On October 15, the new Gender Equality Index was presented at a conference in Brussels. The biannual index provides data on gender equality in EU countries on six topics: work, money, knowledge, time, power, health, violence and, working through and overarching all those, intersecting inequalities. In every edition, countries are scored between 0 and 100 […]
About Jules Schaper
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Entries by Jules Schaper
This blog, written by our ambassador Rachel Ploem, was previously published by Rutgers here. – Equitable, non-violent and caring forms of manhood After twelve and a half years, Technical Advisor on Gender and SRHR, Rachel Ploem, is leaving Rutgers. Throughout her time at the organisation, the combination of women’s rights and the positive engagement of […]
Our partners from Breaking the cycle will be visiting the Netherlands from 7 -12 may: organizations from India, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Samoa and Spain all working with men to prevent violence against women. On Friday May 10th 14 – 16.30h we are organizing an event on international work on gender equality, sexual and reproductive health […]
Our partners from Breaking the cycle will be visiting the Netherlands from 7 -12 May: organizations from India, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Samoa and Spain all working with men to prevent violence against women. On Wednesday May 8th we are organizing an event on Dutch and international work on the prevention of sexual and street harassment […]
Although International Women’s Day took place on March 8, Kevin believes it should be International Women’s Day every day as long as inequality, sexism and oppression is still real. We men need to be better, so much better than we have been thus far, if we’re serious about gender parity. The reality is that we […]