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 'Our mothers didn’t have sanitary towels!’ Such had been the casual response of certain legislators when asked to equip schools with sanitary pads for girls as part of gender-responsive budgeting. Their response astounded me…The provision of sanitary pads at school remains one of the most surprising discoveries for policymakers when thinking about gender-responsive budgeting.” 

The Unstereotype Alliance today released its new report “Beyond Gender 2: The Impact of Intersectionality in Advertising,” produced with support from LIONS and research conducted by Ipsos. The report examines the impact of intersectionality in advertising across four countries (Japan, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States) revealing that advertising that represents people across a variety of social categorizations resonates with all consumers. This marks the second installment of the ‘Beyond Gender' study; the first report released in 2018 centered on how gender intersects with cultural contexts and forms of discrimination in Brazil, India and South Africa. Convened by UN Women, the Unstereotype Alliance is a thought and action platform that seeks to eradicate harmful stereotypes from advertising and media.

That means someone around you. A family member, a co-worker, a friend. Or even you yourself.

Highlights from the report include:

Soon after our gathering last year, COVID-19 hit the world without mercy. The pandemic revealed the interconnectedness of our human family — and of the full spectrum of human rights — civil, cultural, economic, political and social.


[As delivered]  I would like to start by recognizing our new President and Bureau. First, allow me to congratulate Ambassador Pajevic for assuming her new role as the President of UN Women’s Executive Board. I already know the Ambassador well. She served with distinction last year as the Vice-President for our Board. She facilitated important decisions and chaired meetings with dedication.

It has local offices across the country that interview women who have stepped down to determine whether violence against women in politics was the cause. However, promoting the reporting of violence against women in politics cases remains a challenge as the support system for survivors is not functional.


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