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A quick world tour of equity
initiatives
Meet the shifters!
New toys are coming…
More than just a princess
Challenging the brands
Teaching your daughters how to code
Learning to master the tech space
Take back the tech
Leveraging the wearables trend
Using social media to
denounce everyday sexism
Engaging your political
representative
Providing concrete toolkits
In conferences, we mostly hear
men’s voices, visions and opinions
Actively look for women
speakers
Women in tech events
Lean in movement
Portray women differently
Ban Bossy Campaign
Ads challenging the
stereotypes
Check our Youtube playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXYiEgln4i9YWWglazhP_iM...
Kafa in Lebanon- #NoLawNoVote
Touhc the Pickle - India
#MyMothersNameIs- Egypt
What about the Middle
East?
Meet the shifters!
Abaad in Lebanon:
the role of men
Shefighter in Jordan
Menstrupedia in India
Girls got wheels - Egypt
Comics in Cairo metro
Tahrir Bodyguard - Egypt
Harassmap - Egypt
I saw harassment - Egypt
My stealthy freedom - Iran
My stealthy freedom - Iran
Waves of Freedom - Iran
Waves of Freedom - Iran
Speedsisters- Palestine
The project aims to empower Palestinians to document
human rights violations and to provide evidence both to the
public an...
Bypass traditional structures
and hierarchies
Technological disruption tears through social norms, regulatory structures, ...
Comedy show - US
Because tech empowers the
most isolated places
Mariam Abu Itawi
Mariam Abu Eatewi’s Wasselni, called “the
Uber of Gaza,” m...
Because tech empowers the
most isolated places
Abeer Abu Ghaith
Branded Palestine’s first female
high-tech entrepreneur. I...
Nisa FM- Palestine
First women’s Arabic-language
commercial radio station and
multimedia website in the
Middle East.
Kees Chic- Saudi Arabia
Low-income women in Saudi Arabia upcycling plastic bags into innovative household products.
Saudi Girls Revolution Game
Set in a post-apocalyptic world, the heroines of
SGR are a badass group of Saudi women who
com...
Have you heard of any
badass project?
Keep us posted!
@asalvaire
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Which projects are innovative in the gender space?
Which ads in 2015 challenged the stereotypes?
Focus on the Middle East.

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  1. 1. A quick world tour of equity initiatives Meet the shifters!
  2. 2. New toys are coming…
  3. 3. More than just a princess
  4. 4. Challenging the brands
  5. 5. Teaching your daughters how to code
  6. 6. Learning to master the tech space
  7. 7. Take back the tech
  8. 8. Leveraging the wearables trend
  9. 9. Using social media to denounce everyday sexism
  10. 10. Engaging your political representative
  11. 11. Providing concrete toolkits
  12. 12. In conferences, we mostly hear men’s voices, visions and opinions
  13. 13. Actively look for women speakers
  14. 14. Women in tech events
  15. 15. Lean in movement
  16. 16. Portray women differently
  17. 17. Ban Bossy Campaign
  18. 18. Ads challenging the stereotypes Check our Youtube playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXYiEgln4i9YWWglazhP_iMafvd0kiEOz
  19. 19. Kafa in Lebanon- #NoLawNoVote
  20. 20. Touhc the Pickle - India
  21. 21. #MyMothersNameIs- Egypt
  22. 22. What about the Middle East? Meet the shifters!
  23. 23. Abaad in Lebanon: the role of men
  24. 24. Shefighter in Jordan
  25. 25. Menstrupedia in India
  26. 26. Girls got wheels - Egypt
  27. 27. Comics in Cairo metro
  28. 28. Tahrir Bodyguard - Egypt
  29. 29. Harassmap - Egypt
  30. 30. I saw harassment - Egypt
  31. 31. My stealthy freedom - Iran
  32. 32. My stealthy freedom - Iran
  33. 33. Waves of Freedom - Iran
  34. 34. Waves of Freedom - Iran
  35. 35. Speedsisters- Palestine
  36. 36. The project aims to empower Palestinians to document human rights violations and to provide evidence both to the public and to Israeli authorities. Videre - Palestine
  37. 37. Bypass traditional structures and hierarchies Technological disruption tears through social norms, regulatory structures, and adjusts the balance of power between stakeholders.
  38. 38. Comedy show - US
  39. 39. Because tech empowers the most isolated places Mariam Abu Itawi Mariam Abu Eatewi’s Wasselni, called “the Uber of Gaza,” makes it easier to carpool in Palestine by connecting passengers and drivers through their website and mobile app. http://www.wasselni.com/ One of the missions of Wasselni is to provide women with a safe means of transportation.
  40. 40. Because tech empowers the most isolated places Abeer Abu Ghaith Branded Palestine’s first female high-tech entrepreneur. Interface between Palestinian freelancers and businesses from all over the world that need to outsource certain services. Within the list of 100 most powerful Arab Women. http://staylinked.ps/
  41. 41. Nisa FM- Palestine First women’s Arabic-language commercial radio station and multimedia website in the Middle East.
  42. 42. Kees Chic- Saudi Arabia Low-income women in Saudi Arabia upcycling plastic bags into innovative household products.
  43. 43. Saudi Girls Revolution Game Set in a post-apocalyptic world, the heroines of SGR are a badass group of Saudi women who come together in a government enforced camp. Rising out of this brutality the women build and race suped-up motorcycles. Their mission; to fight the evil tyrannical rulers of the corrupted Arabian Empire.
  44. 44. Have you heard of any badass project? Keep us posted! @asalvaire

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