International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (2022)

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination

Sep 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

Location: Kellogg University Art Gallery

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About the Exhibition Program Schedule Guest Curator Exhibited Artworks Installation Views Virtual Exhibition International Installations Exhibition Catalog

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Exhibition dates are tentative and subject to change due to the nature of the COVID-19 pandemic. Events will all be launched as Virtual Exhibitions, and participatory events will be Zoom-based Talks & Tours or Opening Receptions as listed for now, and until further notice.

Women's Rights Are Human Rights is a very fitting title for an exhibition of Women’s rights and advocacy posters, as it is a term used in the women's rights movement and was the title of an important speech given by Hillary Rodham Clinton at the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing in 1995. In her speech, Hillary Clinton suggests that “if the term 'women's rights' were to be interchangeable with the term 'human rights' the world community would be a better place because human rights effect the women who raise the world's children, care for the elderly, run companies, work in hospitals, fight for better education and better health care.”

Yet gender inequalities remain deeply entrenched in every society. Women lack access to decent work and face occupational segregation and gender wage disparities. Women are often denied access to basic education and health care, and suffer from violence and discrimination, and are under-represented in political and economic decision-making processes.

In many cultures women have very little control over their own bodies, with female sexuality being largely controlled and defined by men in patriarchal societies. Sexual violence committed by men is often rooted in ideologies of male sexual entitlement, and these systems grant women very few legitimate options to refuse sexual advances. This entitlement can take different forms, depending on the culture. Human rights and women's rights are violated every single day as the rape and brutality of women is used as an instrument of armed conflict. Women and children make up a large majority of the world’s refugees. And when women are excluded from the political process, they become even more vulnerable to abuse.

This exhibition features posters created by both men and women to celebrate and acknowledge the vital role that all citizens should play in protecting and promoting human rights while challenging gender inequality and stereotypes, advancing sexual and reproductive rights, and protecting women and girls against brutality. These posters promote women’s empowerment and participation in society while challenging religious and cultural norms and patriarchal attitudes that subordinate, stigmatize or restrict women from achieving their fullest potential. In their collective visual voice, these posters are designed to jolt the viewer’s sense of collective responsibility to challenge prevailing attitudes toward gender inequality and discrimination, while provoking both a healthy discomfort and empathetic response in the viewers.

Women's Rights Are Human Rights is a traveling exhibition facilitated byMichele Cairella Fillmore at the Kellogg University Art Gallery, Cal Poly Pomona.

Event sponsored by the Kellogg and Huntley Gallery Endowments.

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Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Women's Rights are Human Rights Zoom Talk and Tour

The Women's Rights are Human Rights Zoom Talk and Tour is on Tuesday, October 26 from 12 - 2pm! Register on Eventbrite here.

After over a year of closure, the shuttering of shows and postponement of various poignant and timely exhibitions for 2020-2021, we are now excited to announce the return of our first, on-site exhibition at our Kellogg Univ Art Gallery venue (Bldg 35A) at Cal Poly Pomona, along with a synchronous, downloadable, interactive, virtual exhibition!

In honor of the countless hours of staff-time dedicated to this project, while "learning by doing", in order to produce this mind-bending virtual experience that celebrates the wonderment of all participant-artists' work, we are enthused to invite students, faculty and the arts community to join us on a "Virtual" Artists' Talk & Tour of ourWomen's Rights Are Human Rightsgraphic posters exhibition.

Women’s Rights Are Humans Rights: International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence, and Discriminationis an exhibition that features fine art graphic posters created by both men and women to celebrate and acknowledge the vital role that all citizens play in protecting and promoting human rights while challenging gender inequality and stereotypes, advancing reproductive and sexual rights, protecting women and girls against brutality, and promoting women’s empowerment, education, and participation in society. The posters argue for the empowerment of women, achievement of equality between women and men, and the elimination of discrimination against women and girls.

During this Talk & Tour event, as we stroll through a guided tour of the computer-generated gallery space, we will be joined on Zoom by a panel of amazing graphic artists, our esteemed Guest Curator, Elizabeth Resnick of the Massachusetts College of Art & Design, and Kellogg Art Gallery Curator, Michele Cairella Fillmore. The event will include an interactive, on-line viewing of the Virtual Exhibition and, what will prove to be, a lively and enriching conversational exchange with this select panel of participating artists and curators. Event starts at 2pm (PST).

Join participating artists, Alice Drueding, Anita Kunz and Parisa Tashakori for personal insight about their work and their creative process, guest curator's selection criteria and her process of developing an international traveling exhibition with such timely and poignant themes, and the curatorial and exhibition design challenges of exhibiting work virtually during a pandemic. Join us in asking pertinent questions and encountering art in a unique, virtual experience like no other!

Register for this event athttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/womens-rights-are-human-rights-zoom-event-reception-talk-tour-tickets

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Women's Rights are Human Rights Opening

The On-Site Exhibition is opening September 15, 2021, be sure to come in and check it out!


International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (8)Guest Curator Biography

Elizabeth Resnick is a Professor Emerita, former chair of Graphic Design and current part-time faculty at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, Massachusetts. She earned her B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees in Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island.

Elizabeth Resnick Design, an independent Boston design studio was in operation from 1973–1996. Clients included: Ciba Corning Diagnostics Corporation, Store 24, Animal Rescue League of Boston, AIGA Boston, Massachusetts College of Art, and other area schools plus many local non-profit cultural organizations.

Professor Resnick is a passionate design curator who has organized seven comprehensive design exhibitions: Within/Without: The Art of Russell Mills with Teresa Flavin (1991); Dutch Graphic Design: 1918–1945 with Alston Purvis (1994); The Art of the Poster: Makoto Saito with Jan Kubasiewicz (1999); The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and The Environment 1965–2005 with Chaz Maviyane-Davies and Frank Baseman (2005); Graphic Intervention: 25 Years of International AIDS Awareness Posters 1985–2010 with Javier Cortés (2010); Graphic Advocacy: International Posters for the Digital Age: 2001–2012 (2012) and currently Women’s Rights Are Human Rights: International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (2016) which investigates gender-based inequalities deeply entrenched in every global society.

Her publications include catalogs for the most of the exhibitions mentioned above plus The Social Design Reader Bloomsbury Visual Arts (2019), Developing Citizen Designers, Bloomsbury Academic (2016), Design for Communication: Conceptual Graphic Design Basics, John Wiley & Sons Publishers (2003) and Graphic Design: A Problem-Solving Approach to Visual Communication, Prentice-Hall Publications”(1984).

She has led poster workshops and lectured throughout the United States, Mexico, Ireland, Great Britain, China, South Korea, Iceland, Taiwan, Bolivia, Krakow and Warsaw. Her posters have been accepted at the Warsaw Poster Biennial and Mexican Poster Biennial and she frequently participates in International poster invitational exhibitions.
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(Video) Women's Rights are Human Rights International Posters Sneak Peek Video
Artwork Listing

Selected Artworks

Women’s Rights Are Humans Rights: International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence, and Discriminationis an exhibition that features posters created by both men and women to celebrate and acknowledge the vital role that all citizens play in protecting and promoting human rights while challenging gender inequality and stereotypes, advancing reproductive and sexual rights, protecting women and girls against brutality, and promoting women’s empowerment, education, and participation in society.The posters argue for the empowerment of women, achievement of equality between women and men, and the elimination of discrimination against women and girls.

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Keep Abortion Legal

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Fight Like RBG (Ruth Bader Ginsberg)

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Audra Lorde

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Free Pussy Riot

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Greta Thunberg: Climate Activist

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Stop FGM (Female Genital Mutilation)
(Video) Womens Equality Day Drawing | Womens Equality Day Poster | Genders Equality Drawing | Equality Day

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Violence Against Women:aïelove you

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Woman is not an Object

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Women’s Right Are Human Rights

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Leave My Body Alone

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Let’s Protect a Woman from Sexual Violence

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Indigenous Women of Ecuador

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History’s Perspective –Elizabeth Gurley Flynn

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Breast Cancer: The Value of Early Detection
(Video) Women's Rights Are Human Rights

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Women Are Perfect

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Acid Violence Against Women

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Allowed

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FemaleGentialMutilation:
WhiteRose

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Words Hurt–Verbal Abuse–Bitch

Gallery Views

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (30)Installation View, Title Wall, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (31)Installation View, Front West Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (32)Installation View, Front West Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (33)Installation View, Front East Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (34)Installation View, Front East Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (35)Installation View, Corridor Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (36)Installation View, Corridor Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (37)Installation View, Back Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (38)Installation View, Back Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

(Video) Social justice day drawing status ⚖Justice day poster card⚖Justice for all⚖Justice day⚖#shorts

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Virtual Exhibition Gallery Views

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (40)Virtual Exhibition Installation View, Front West Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (41)Virtual Exhibition Installation View, Front West Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (42)Virtual Exhibition Installation View, Front East Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (43)Virtual Exhibition Installation View, Front East Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (44)Virtual Exhibition Installation View, Corridor of Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (45)Virtual Exhibition Installation View, Back of Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (46)Virtual Exhibition Installation View, Back of Gallery, Women's Rights are Human RightsExhibition, Sept 15, 2021 to Dec 1, 2021

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About the Virtual Exhibition

TheWomen's Rights are Human RightsVirtual Exhibition is an online exhibiton. You will be able to navigate this virtual exhibition without downloading any files.

To view theWomen's Rights are Human RightsVirtual Exhibition, click here!
You can also copy and paste this link into your web browser:https://api2.enscape3d.com/v1/view/a806d100-aec1-4f93-b8d3-5a536ec3ea18
When opening the virtual exhibition, the ENSCAPE logo will appear on your screen, and start loading the exhibition. This typically takes around 1 minute.

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Navigation

The Help Overlay appears automatically when the web standalone is opened. You can toggle it on and off using the H key on your keyboard. Movement in any direction can be controlled on your keyboard via the arrow keys, and the E and Q keys to move up and down, respectively. To speed up the movement somewhat, hold the Shift key; to speed it up even more, hold the CRTL key. Toggle between Fly and Walk mode with the spacebar. Pressing M turns the mini map on and off. To generally rotate the view, click in the window with your left mouse key and drag in the desired direction. Adjust the time of day by pressing shift, holding the right mouse key, and moving the mouse. To adjust brightness and field of view, click on the "settings" tab on the lefthand side. This will allow you to change brightness and field of view to your preferred settings. The recommended field of view is 70~80°.

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Previous International Installations

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Installation View, Women's Rights Are Human RightsExhibition, December 2016, Seoul, South Korea.
International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (51)Installation View,Women's Rights Are Human RightsExhibition, April 2017, Warsaw, Poland.
Artwork Listing

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The story of women’s struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organization but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights.
— Gloria Steinem

This exhibition features posters created by both men and women to celebrate and acknowledge the vital role that all citizens should play in protecting and promoting human rights while challenging gender inequality and stereotypes, advancing reproductive and sexual rights, protecting women and girls against brutality, and promoting women’s empowerment and participation in society. These poster images challenge religious and cultural norms and patriarchal attitudes that subordinate, stigmatize or restrict women from achieving their fullest potential. These images argue for the elimination of discrimination against women and girls enabling empowerment of women and achievement of real equality between women and men that fosters societal stability and human dignity. Please check out the Women's Rights are Human Rights catalogs below for more information!

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2020 WRHR Catalog

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What is gender discrimination? Gender discrimination is when someone is treated unequally or disadvantageously based on their gender but not necessarily in a sexual nature. This includes harassment/discrimination based on sex, gender identity, or gender expression.

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A nation needs to value every gender equally to progress at the right place. A society attains better development in all aspects when both genders are entitled to similar opportunities. Equal rights in decision making, health, politics, infrastructure, profession, etc will surely advance our society to a new level.

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Gender discrimination must be checked at every stage so that no person should be denied a chance to learn and grow. Thus, everyone, no matter male or female, must get a start in life in terms of educations and other opportunities. We must come together as a society to do this.

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Gender inequity has serious and long-lasting consequences for women and other marginalized genders. Exposure to violence, objectification, discrimination, and socioeconomic inequality can lead to anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and PTSD.

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Gender equality prevents violence against women and girls. It's essential for economic prosperity. Societies that value women and men as equal are safer and healthier. Gender equality is a human right.

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Gender awareness raising plays an important role in informing women and men about gender equality, the benefits of a more gender-equal society and the consequences of gender inequality. ... Gender awareness raising intends to change attitudes, behaviours and beliefs that reinforce inequalities between women and men.

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Gender is of key importance in defining the power, privilege and possibilities that some people have and some people do not have in a given society. It affects progress towards equality and freedom from discrimination.

How can we prevent gender inequality at home? ›

Gender Equality Starts in the Home
  1. Engage your kids in gender specific discussions at home. ...
  2. Assign the role of caregivers to boys from an early age. ...
  3. Breaking Stereotypes, including your own. ...
  4. Put an end to Body shaming.
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Indeed, given a similar distribution of innate abilities between women and men, constraints on women's access to education and labour distort the economy by artificially reducing the pool of talent from which employers can draw, thereby reducing the average productivity of the production factor (Ferrant 2015).

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What is discrimination? Discrimination is the unfair or prejudicial treatment of people and groups based on characteristics such as race, gender, age, or sexual orientation. That's the simple answer.

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Gender discrimination is any unequal treatment based on gender and may also be referred to as sexism. Characteristics of gender discrimination are any situation where a person shows a prejudice towards another that would not occur had they been the opposite sex.

What is gender discrimination in education? ›

Sex differences in education are a type of sex discrimination in the education system affecting both men and women during and after their educational experiences. Men are more likely to be literate on a global average, although higher literacy scores for women are prevalent in many countries.

What is gender discrimination Wikipedia? ›

Discrimination takes place due to the prejudiced treatment of men and women based on gender alone. Sexism occurs when men and women are framed within two dimensions of social cognition.

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