My Gender Equal Future Poster Competition

Imagine a future where everyone enjoys equal opportunities, choices, resources and services. A world that is better, safer and fairer for all of us, with balanced, more successful families, richer workplaces and healthier communities. Now show us!

In partnership with Swinburne University and Knox City Council, PLEDGE will be holding a graphic poster competition. This competition is open to people aged 16-21 who live, work or study in the Knox area. We’re inviting people to imagine a future where all genders are equal and to present their ideas in a graphic poster.

Entries Close26 March

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Background

Picture a future where everyone enjoys equal opportunities, choices, resources and services – a gender equal world. A world that is better, safer and fairer for all of us, with balanced, more successful families, richer workplaces and healthier communities. This is what PLEDGE strive for.

PLEDGE (People Linking to Embrace and Develop Gender Equality) is a coalition of organisations in the City of Knox working together to encourage, support and inspire the local community to embrace gender equality by providing opportunities to raise awareness and take action.

In partnership with Swinburne University and Knox City Council, PLEDGE will be holding a graphic poster competition.

Gender equality is the state in which access to rights or opportunities is unaffected by gender.

Oxford Dictionaries

Description

We’re inviting people of all genders, aged 16 to 21, to imagine what a future of gender equality looks like and to present their ideas in a graphic poster. The choice is yours. We’re asking for your own unique and inspiring ideas on what a future of gender equality will look like.

Your ideas can include ideas on:

Career & pay opportunities

LGBTQ+ acceptance

Gender stereotypes

Women in leadership

Family obligations

Gender-based violence

Prizes

Winners

The judges will award two winners a prize of $500 each.

Finalists

Five finalists will each be awarded a $50 gift voucher.

Schools

The two schools with most entries will each recieve $500.*
*Entrants must include the name of their school on their entry form.

Details about how to enter coming soon!

More Information

Everything you need to know is contained in these documents. But if you do have any questions check our FAQ's section. If you have any queries please contact Liz Senior at lsenior@each.com.au.

Frequently Asked Questions

I'm not a female. Can I still enter?

Absolutely. We encourage entries from all genders. Please do enter!