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“It’s not just about women’s issues ― it’s about everyones issues and teaching all our kids that.”

Justin Trudeau

Singapore Committee for UN Women supports the mission of UN Women to unify efforts. HeForShe is a solidarity movement for gender equality that brings together one half of humanity in support of the other half of humanity, for the benefit of all.

  • 10,000 Singapore HeForShe commitments.
  • To support the global initiative to mobilise one billion men in GE initiatives.
  • To mobilise corporations, government/ non-governmental agencies and educational institutions to become Singapore’s Impact Champions for gender equality.
  • Raise the profile of HeForShe amoungst the general public through various events and campaigns such as the HeForShe Impact Awards and the HeForShe Impact Awards Luncheon
  • We’re looking for organisations that wish to become Singapore Impact Champions to pledge to make gender equality an institutional priority, committing to real change within and beyond each of their organisations. We will work with these organisations throughout the year so assist them with reaching their goals.
  • We conducted a survey to assess attitudes about gender equality and feminism in Singapore. We’ll be releasing the results soon
Sign the pledge

Join over half a million men, including United States President Barack Obama, actor Matt Damon and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon by signing the global pledge now! Visit heforshe.org to take the first step towards concrete action against gender discrimination and violence.

 

Become an Impact Champion (10x10x10)

Following the global IMPACT 10x10x10 initiative, Singapore Committee for UN Women aims to engage key decision makers at corporations, government/ non-governmental bodies and educational institutions to drive change from the top down. These impact champions will make gender equality an institutional priority, committing to real change within and beyond each of their organisations.

 

Each Impact Champion will be asked to present a total of three pledges. These pledges will be set independently by each organisation and must be quantifiably measured. The organisations will regroup to update the community on the results of their efforts towards gender equality, inspire the next generation of champions and share ideas for future years.

Be the change

There are many more ways to get involved in the campaign. Singapore Committee for UN Women invites you to partner with us. Together we will spread awareness and spark action on the responsibility that men and boys have in eliminating all forms of discrimination against women and violence against women and girls - develop sustainable programs for the full participation of men and boys in support of gender equality. Email heforshe@unifem.org.sg to get in contact with us.

1. Educate yourself about feminism, gender equality and what it entails.

2. Educate yourself about sexual consent and make sure there is clear, unambiguous communication of consent in all your sexual relationships.

3. Assess your beliefs and actions and take concrete action to change sexist opinions and stereotypes that you might hold.

4. Challenge men (and women) who make sexist comments and jokes, especially your friends

5. If you see a situation where a woman looks like she may be in distress while in the company of a man, stand nearby enough that you make yourself a physical presence, monitor the situation, and be in a position to call for help if needed.

6. Challenge people who make, say, or post sexist things on the Internet, especially on social media.

7. Speak out against gender discrimination and violence - and explain why it is offensive to you!

8. Teach your daughters and sons to do house chores and how to fix things.

9. Pay attention to the sex of experts and key figures presenting information to you in the media.

10. If you have children, be an equal parent. Divide childcare responsibilities so that you are doing a fair share of the work.

11. If you are in a hiring position in your company, don’t limit your talent pool. Companies should aim for a 50-50 gender split in all their teams – right up to the executive floor.

12. Encourage more female voices in policy and strategy development roles

13. Mentor both women and men because in most cases, mentorships don’t cross gender lines.

14. Introduce at least one close friend or relative to the HeForShe campaign and encourage him to participate in the campaign

15. Participate in HeForShe events in your community. Like this one that we’re hosting!

Do any of these tips remind you of someone? Do they embody the spirit of gender equality in their everyday living? We’d love to be introduced! We are looking for passionate people in Singapore that promote gender equality at work, at home and in their community.

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HeForShe

HeForShe

Singapore Committee for UN Women supports the mission of UN Women to unify efforts. HeForShe is a solidarity movement for gender equality that brings together one half of humanity in support of the other half of humanity, for the benefit of all.

  • 10,000 Singapore HeForShe commitments.
  • To support the global initiative to mobilise one billion men in GE initiatives.
  • To mobilise corporations, government/ non-governmental agencies and educational institutions to become Singapore’s Impact Champions for gender equality.
  • Raise the profile of HeForShe amoungst the general public through various events and campaigns such as the HeForShe Impact Awards and the HeForShe Impact Awards Luncheon
  • We’re looking for organisations that wish to become Singapore Impact Champions to pledge to make gender equality an institutional priority, committing to real change within and beyond each of their organisations. We will work with these organisations throughout the year so assist them with reaching their goals.
  • We conducted a survey to assess attitudes about gender equality and feminism in Singapore. We’ll be releasing the results soon
Sign the pledge

Join over half a million men, including United States President Barack Obama, actor Matt Damon and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon by signing the global pledge now! Visit heforshe.org to take the first step towards concrete action against gender discrimination and violence.

 

Become an Impact Champion (10x10x10)

Following the global IMPACT 10x10x10 initiative, Singapore Committee for UN Women aims to engage key decision makers at corporations, government/ non-governmental bodies and educational institutions to drive change from the top down. These impact champions will make gender equality an institutional priority, committing to real change within and beyond each of their organisations.

 

Each Impact Champion will be asked to present a total of three pledges. These pledges will be set independently by each organisation and must be quantifiably measured. The organisations will regroup to update the community on the results of their efforts towards gender equality, inspire the next generation of champions and share ideas for future years.

Be the change

There are many more ways to get involved in the campaign. Singapore Committee for UN Women invites you to partner with us. Together we will spread awareness and spark action on the responsibility that men and boys have in eliminating all forms of discrimination against women and violence against women and girls - develop sustainable programs for the full participation of men and boys in support of gender equality. Email heforshe@unifem.org.sg to get in contact with us.

1. Educate yourself about feminism, gender equality and what it entails.

2. Educate yourself about sexual consent and make sure there is clear, unambiguous communication of consent in all your sexual relationships.

3. Assess your beliefs and actions and take concrete action to change sexist opinions and stereotypes that you might hold.

4. Challenge men (and women) who make sexist comments and jokes, especially your friends

5. If you see a situation where a woman looks like she may be in distress while in the company of a man, stand nearby enough that you make yourself a physical presence, monitor the situation, and be in a position to call for help if needed.

6. Challenge people who make, say, or post sexist things on the Internet, especially on social media.

7. Speak out against gender discrimination and violence - and explain why it is offensive to you!

8. Teach your daughters and sons to do house chores and how to fix things.

9. Pay attention to the sex of experts and key figures presenting information to you in the media.

10. If you have children, be an equal parent. Divide childcare responsibilities so that you are doing a fair share of the work.

11. If you are in a hiring position in your company, don’t limit your talent pool. Companies should aim for a 50-50 gender split in all their teams – right up to the executive floor.

12. Encourage more female voices in policy and strategy development roles

13. Mentor both women and men because in most cases, mentorships don’t cross gender lines.

14. Introduce at least one close friend or relative to the HeForShe campaign and encourage him to participate in the campaign

15. Participate in HeForShe events in your community. Like this one that we’re hosting!

Do any of these tips remind you of someone? Do they embody the spirit of gender equality in their everyday living? We’d love to be introduced! We are looking for passionate people in Singapore that promote gender equality at work, at home and in their community.

HeForShe

HeForShe

Singapore Committee for UN Women supports the mission of UN Women to unify efforts. HeForShe is a solidarity movement for gender equality that brings together one half of humanity in support of the other half of humanity, for the benefit of all.

  • 10,000 Singapore HeForShe commitments.
  • To support the global initiative to mobilise one billion men in GE initiatives.
  • To mobilise corporations, government/ non-governmental agencies and educational institutions to become Singapore’s Impact Champions for gender equality.
  • Raise the profile of HeForShe amoungst the general public through various events and campaigns such as the HeForShe Impact Awards and the HeForShe Impact Awards Luncheon
  • We’re looking for organisations that wish to become Singapore Impact Champions to pledge to make gender equality an institutional priority, committing to real change within and beyond each of their organisations. We will work with these organisations throughout the year so assist them with reaching their goals.
  • We conducted a survey to assess attitudes about gender equality and feminism in Singapore. We’ll be releasing the results soon
Sign the pledge

Join over half a million men, including United States President Barack Obama, actor Matt Damon and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon by signing the global pledge now! Visit heforshe.org to take the first step towards concrete action against gender discrimination and violence.

 

Become an Impact Champion (10x10x10)

Following the global IMPACT 10x10x10 initiative, Singapore Committee for UN Women aims to engage key decision makers at corporations, government/ non-governmental bodies and educational institutions to drive change from the top down. These impact champions will make gender equality an institutional priority, committing to real change within and beyond each of their organisations.

 

Each Impact Champion will be asked to present a total of three pledges. These pledges will be set independently by each organisation and must be quantifiably measured. The organisations will regroup to update the community on the results of their efforts towards gender equality, inspire the next generation of champions and share ideas for future years.

Be the change

There are many more ways to get involved in the campaign. Singapore Committee for UN Women invites you to partner with us. Together we will spread awareness and spark action on the responsibility that men and boys have in eliminating all forms of discrimination against women and violence against women and girls - develop sustainable programs for the full participation of men and boys in support of gender equality. Email heforshe@unifem.org.sg to get in contact with us.

1. Educate yourself about feminism, gender equality and what it entails.

2. Educate yourself about sexual consent and make sure there is clear, unambiguous communication of consent in all your sexual relationships.

3. Assess your beliefs and actions and take concrete action to change sexist opinions and stereotypes that you might hold.

4. Challenge men (and women) who make sexist comments and jokes, especially your friends

5. If you see a situation where a woman looks like she may be in distress while in the company of a man, stand nearby enough that you make yourself a physical presence, monitor the situation, and be in a position to call for help if needed.

6. Challenge people who make, say, or post sexist things on the Internet, especially on social media.

7. Speak out against gender discrimination and violence - and explain why it is offensive to you!

8. Teach your daughters and sons to do house chores and how to fix things.

9. Pay attention to the sex of experts and key figures presenting information to you in the media.

10. If you have children, be an equal parent. Divide childcare responsibilities so that you are doing a fair share of the work.

11. If you are in a hiring position in your company, don’t limit your talent pool. Companies should aim for a 50-50 gender split in all their teams – right up to the executive floor.

12. Encourage more female voices in policy and strategy development roles

13. Mentor both women and men because in most cases, mentorships don’t cross gender lines.

14. Introduce at least one close friend or relative to the HeForShe campaign and encourage him to participate in the campaign

15. Participate in HeForShe events in your community. Like this one that we’re hosting!

Do any of these tips remind you of someone? Do they embody the spirit of gender equality in their everyday living? We’d love to be introduced! We are looking for passionate people in Singapore that promote gender equality at work, at home and in their community.

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