#EachforEqual: gender mobility flash mob launched by March 8

Flashmob #EachforEqual © instagram.com/leinabroughton/

A flash mob on gender equality launched on International Women's Day. A flash mob #EachforEqual (All for equality) has appeared on the official page of International Women's Day.

The authors of the flash mob urge to fight stereotypes and prejudice against women, as well as pay attention to their achievements.

Gender equality is essential for a prosperous economy and society. An equal world can be healthier, richer and more harmonious – what's wrong with that? Our individual actions, conversations, behavior, and ways of thinking can affect society as a whole. Together we can help create an equitable world, the organization says.

Remind about gender equality is offered by making a photo with two parallel arms extended forward, forming an equal sign.

The organizers of the action also note that the flash mob does not end on March 8, but will be relevant throughout the year.

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“Equality to me is identical rights and accessibility to opportunity and basic human needs for everyone, regardless of age, gender, sexuality, religion and race.” – Miles McDermott, Business Director @orionworldwide #Australia. #EachforEqual #IPGWLNAsia # IWD2020

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"Equality to me means that everyone gets to be treated / accepted the same way irregardless of gender, religion, race or even skin color." – Claire Tng Implementation Planner at @umworldwide #Singapore. #EachforEqual #IPGWLNAsia # IWD2020

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"Equality to me can only be Respect and Fairness for all." – Zarka Khan-Iltaf, HR Director @ipgmediabrands #APAC. #EachforEqual #IPGWLNAsia # IWD2020

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“Equality means having respect and empathy for one another. It is really important to build these values ​​in our younger generation as we become a more globalized society and we should lead by example. ” – Sharon Soh, Head of Integrated Strategy and Marketing, @umworldwide #APAC. #EachforEqual #IPGWLNAsia # IWD2020

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"Equality means listening and understanding that things have not been equal and that we all have a role in making change." – Joel Cant, Partnerships Executive @initiativeww #Australia. #EachforEqual #IPGWLNAsia # IWD2020

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