Educate to All Forms of Discrimination Against Women and Girls

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1. Women at Work

2. topic 1: Gender equality is when people of all genders have equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities.

2.1. Gender equality: what is it and why do we need it?

2.1.1. people are born equal, however the discrimination is man-made.

2.2. Key words: What is Gender Equality

3. topic 2: Discrimination

3.1. source: Google

3.2. https://www.apa.org/topics/discrimination

3.3. What drives discrimination and how do we stop it?

4. topic 7: Organizations work on women rights and girls protection

4.1. Plan international: https://www.planusa.org/

4.1.1. This is an organization I worked with

4.2. source: Google

5. topic 3: Psychology of sex difference

5.1. we know that there are sex differences between men and women, and this is not a problem, the issue is how we can work together to diminish the consequences which brought by differences

5.1.1. The Truth About Sex Differences

5.1.2. Taking Sex Differences in Personality Seriously

6. When we have got society, we have got different rights

6.1. key words: women's right

6.2. Women’s History Milestones: A Timeline

7. #Me Too

7.1. me too. Movement

8. topic 4: Have you think of men at work? But you might have think of why your boss is female.

9. topic 5: The situation our sisters, mothers, daughters are facing-- Violence against women and girls (VAWG)

9.1. Women's Rights | Human Rights Watch

9.2. VAWG is happening any time. any place

9.2.1. Overview

9.2.1.1. Sexual violence, abuse and exploitation

9.2.1.2. Sexual harassment and bullying

9.2.1.3. Trafficking

9.2.1.4. Domestic violence and abuse

9.2.1.5. Coercive and Controlling behaviour

9.2.1.6. Female genital mutilation

9.2.1.7. Forced marriage (external link)

9.2.1.8. Crimes committed in the name of “honour” (so called ‘honour based violence')

9.2.1.9. Stalking

9.2.2. A growing body of evidence identifies the considerable negative health and development consequences of violence,

10. topic 6: What can you do

10.1. International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, 25 November

11. question 1: Is this behaviour discriminat?

11.1. types of discrimination

11.1.1. Intersectional discrimination is when several forms of discrimination combine to leave a particular group or groups at an even greater disadvantage. For example, discrimination against women frequently means that they are paid less than men for the same work.

11.1.2. Direct discrimination is when an explicit distinction is made between groups of people that results in individuals from some groups being less able than others to exercise their rights. For example, a law that requires women, and not men, to provide proof of a certain level of education as a prerequisite for voting.

11.1.3. Indirect discrimination is when a law, policy, or practice is presented in neutral terms (that is, no explicit distinctions are made) but it disproportionately disadvantages a specific group or groups.

11.2. source: google