Gender in Culture Cities &Communities Practicing SDGs


Through lived experiences, we know the following statement to be true:

“Gender equality is not just the concern of half of the world’s population; it is a human right, a concern for us all, because no society can develop – economically, politically, or socially – when half of its population is marginalized.” (Robinson, Figueres & Mohammed, 2015)

This event aims to celebrate individuals and organizations who keep the mission to support women and men in their daily endeavors while reflecting on the gaps that persist in their endeavors. Speakers and panelists will discuss gender equality from culture, cities and communities lens, to shed light on efforts for advancement and representation of women as well as ideas and discussions on what factos need to be further considered going forward.

Speakers & Panelists:

Hadiza Sabuwa Balarabe, Deputy Governor, Kaduna State, Nigeria

Balaraba Aliyu-Inuwa, Commissioner of the Ministry of Public Works and Infrastructure, Kaduna State, Nigeria

Mark Greene, Senior Editor of The Good Men Project, author of The Little #MeToo Book for Men

Nidhi Thakur, Professor of Kean University

Ines Im, Student at Brearley School, research on women's health Brandon Lee, Student, research on sports & gender

Join us and share your ideas, reflections and questions!

Use this link to Register for the event.

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