Category Archives: Gender

GenderHopes to relaunch as She Can He Can on 11 October 2017

Dear Visitors and Partners, This note is to inform you that our organization GenderHopes has officially changed its name to She Can He Can to better reflect our new mission and objectives The principal mission of She Can He Can is to raise awareness about gender stereotypes and how they affect young people and the choices they make about their future. We work mainly with the communities in Monaco and along the Cote d’Azur through...

Read our interview with Promundo

This month, GenderHopes features the organisation Promundo. Founded in 1997, Promundo is a global leader in promoting gender justice and preventing violence by engaging men and boys in partnership with women and girls. Promundo’s work focuses on transforming gender norms and masculinities in the institutions where they are constructed (such as schools and the workplace) and in high-violence and post-conflict settings. It currently operates with partners in over 40 countries. Click here to read the full interview....

Our July – August Newsletter is out !

Click here to read our latest newsletter. In this edition, read more about human trafficking day on 30 July, the gender pay gap in major corporations and how young girls may perceive boys as smarter as early as age 6. Don’t miss our interview of the month with Promundo, a global leader in promoting gender equality and preventing violence by engaging men and boys in partnership with women and girls. Save the date for Wednesday 11...

Tackling the Underrepresentation of Women in Diplomacy by Kasey Robinson WINNER of the EWI NextGen Competition

We are very glad and proud to announce that the essay by Kasey Robinson, student at LSE and volunteer at GenderHopes, has won THE FIRST PRIZE of the 2017 EWI NextGen Competition! We would like to congratulate Kasey for highlighting the underrepresentation of women in diplomacy. In this article, Kasey discusses the underrepresentation of women in diplomacy and in post-conflict negotiation. She notes the importance of equal representation to increase a society’s peacefulness, decrease domestic violence...