Get on board the #GE4Me campaign to promote gender equality and help end violence against women.
How to Get Involved…
There are 16 memes (one for each of the 16 days) featuring 16 diverse individuals from Melbourne’s East who share their thoughts on what Gender Equality means to them. You can share the memes on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc), print them out and display them around your office or share them in any way you wish to.
Use the #GE4Me hashtag
Use your social media to tell us what Gender Equality means for you! Don’t forget to use the hashtag #GE4Me and tag Women’s Health East.
Display a Poster
We have some great #GE4Me posters available for you to display around the workplace or community!
Hold an event or workshop
Invite the Community to afternoon tea, display the memes and posters and ask your guests to fill out our #GE4Me speech bubble activity template (A4 template / A3 template). Encourage people to write on the template what Gender Equality means to them, and display around your organisation or post pictures on social media.
Go the Movies and support Community Radio
Check out our #GE4Me campaign at Hoyts Forest Hill and Eastland – to be screened before every movie from 17 November – 14 December.
We also have a #GE4Me promotion on PBS Community Radio 106.7FM, 17 November – 12 December. Listen to the #GE4Me PBS radio campaign!
Here is a list of resources to assist you with your #GE4Me campaign:
Memes – English
Memes – Chin Zomi
Memes – Vietnamese
Memes – Chinese
Memes – Hindi
Memes – Tamil
Memes – Sudanese
Template A4 (Write your own message on our blank speech bubble)
Template A3 (Write your own message on our blank speech bubble)
Check out Victoria Against Violence – a 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence campaign by the Victorian State Government! Find the campaign toolkit here, go orange, and don’t forget to hashtag!