An art exhibition about gender stereotypes was presented in Odessa

19 March 2019, 17:30
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In Odessa, the exhibition "Not a Woman's Case" is being exhibited, in which 22 works by young illustrators from all over the country are presented. Each of them reveals gender stereotypes and emphasizes women's right to free choice of profession.

For example, by 2017, more than 450 activities were not available to women in Ukraine. In particular, they could not be divers, drivers of the subway, drivers of long-distance buses, and so on.

The members of the Coordinating Council of the Odessa Regional State Administration on family issues, gender equality, demographic development, prevention and counteraction to domestic violence and gender-based violence and human trafficking came to the opening of the exhibition. All those who wish can view these works by March 25 at the address of the street. Academic, 2.

Note that the exhibition "Not Women's Affairs" was supported by the Government of Sweden in partnership with the Charity Fund "Good Letter" in late 2016. Since then, she has been shown, in particular, in the premises of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and the Ministry of Health.

Recall that in 2017 the Ministry of Health has canceled the order, which determined the list of 450 women-prohibited professions.