Posted May 21, 2020 11:07:59In the next five years, a gender-neutral forum for women will be launched to help them tackle the biases they face in their everyday lives.
The Gender Equality Network is set to launch its Women’s Forum 2020, to be held on Saturday, May 27.
The forum aims to help the “marginalised and vulnerable” of society, said its co-founder and chief executive, Emma Copley.
“I want to work to transform the way we think about women, and about their voices and experiences in society,” she said.
The forum will offer a range of gender-sensitive topics to women to “address the issues that we as a society have with gender”.”
I think there is a need for this forum to be inclusive to all genders and genders identities.”
The forum will offer a range of gender-sensitive topics to women to “address the issues that we as a society have with gender”.
Its launch coincides with International Women’s Day, which is commemorating the first anniversary of the first official United Nations resolution in the organisation’s history.
Its aim is to change the way that women are perceived in the workplace, at school, at sport and in general society.
“We have a history of gender inequality and we need to start talking about that,” Ms Copleya said.
The women’s organisation is calling on its members to join it by registering online for a chance to take part.
“You will be able to speak and you will be invited to be part of the discussion,” Ms Farr said.
Women’s forum aims ‘to change gender biased attitudes’The Gender Equity Network is launching its Women.
forum in 2020 to help women combat bias and sexism in their daily lives.
Ms Copleys aim is “to help us to address the issues we have with sexism and bias in our everyday lives”.
Ms Coneys website states that: “We are at a crossroads.
There is a lot of work to be done to tackle sexism and misogyny, but we have a lot to learn.””
It is a matter of time until we start talking to women about how to be empowered to be the women they know themselves to be, the women we want to be.”
The Gender Equalities Forum aims to create a space for women to speak about gender, especially in the areas of politics, business, sport and culture.
“The forum is open to all people who feel they have been subjected to gender-based discrimination,” Ms Mander said.
She said the forum will “be a place where women can talk openly about their experiences of sexism, bias and prejudice”.
Ms Farr believes the forum is not just a means to combat sexism, but to change attitudes in a positive direction.
“Gender equality and equal rights are inextricably linked.
The gender equality forum will be a place for people from different backgrounds and backgrounds to come together to discuss gender-related issues and discuss how we can be a positive force for change in our society.””
The Gender Equal Forum aims for a more inclusive and diverse forum and the focus of the forum has to be on how we address the systemic bias that exists in the workforce, society, our politics, the family, sport, education and so much more.”