Gender equality – we’ve come a long way, haven’t we?

Kindly note that after 1 October 2018 it will no longer be possible to apply for this toolkit. Already granted projects can use the material for the full duration of the project.

Is gender equality something you think about? Or react to, fight for? Is gender equality important to you and if so, in what way?

The Swedish achievements within gender equality are often hailed as inspiring examples to the rest of the world. Regardless of whether they have been made possible because of tradition, Swedish culture or legislation, several steps have been taken to ensure that women and men have equal opportunities and equal power to shape society and their own lives.
This toolkit exhibition would like to show some examples of these achievements and the work still needed to meet the six sub-goals of gender equality set up by the Swedish government:

  • Equal division of power and influence
  • Equality in Education
  • Economic equality
  • Equal distribution of unpaid housework and provision of care
  • Equality in Health
  • Men’s violence against women must stop

 

Building blocks

Exhibition content

Introduction text
Power and influence
Education
Economic equality
Housework/care
Health
Men’s violence against women

Table-runner

Communication material

Article: Sweden and gender equality
Video for social media: 10 milestones on Sweden’s path to gender equality

Video for social media: 99 years to global gender equality (also available in Chinese)

Financial support

Swedish embassies and consulates may apply for financial support of maximum 40,000 SEK for production of the exhibition, language translation and travel costs and remuneration for Swedish guest speaker(s).

How to apply

Kindly note that after 1 October 2018 it will no longer be possible to apply for this toolkit. Already granted projects can use the material for the full duration of the project.

After completed event, fill out the project report for toolkits.

Individuals or organisations who would like to show the exhibit should contact the Swedish embassy or consulate in your area.

Contact at the Swedish Institute

For more information contact Michael Skoglund.