By Anna Rawhiti-Connell
Advice – Pleased Overseas Women’s Day, the unrelenting sameness of that makes it feel increasingly more like Groundhog Day every year.
The sex pay gap is filled with complexities yet it eventually ends up being presented as just one, simple statistic. Picture: RNZ / Eva Corlett
In 2010’s theme is ‘Creating an enabled and equal World’. This feels like a utopia i would ike to are now living in, but inaddition it seems like the final 44 Global Women’s Day themes. ‘Insert hashtag’, ‘Insert custom emoji’.
The afternoon is filled with good motives but instead than being ‘an unmissable chance to mobilise action that is global attain sex equality and individual liberties of most ladies and girls’, it is increasingly a depressing annual reminder of simply how much has not changed for women.
In a bid to mobilise every person beneath the exact exact same ‘safe for work’ advertising, Overseas Women’s homogenises women and the issues they face day.
Use the sex pay space, a regularly showcased subject of focus for IWDs gone by.
That is problem this is certainly filled with complexities, a few of them as structural while the rib God supposedly took from Adam to produce Eve. Yet it eventually ends up being presented as just one, simple statistic for all of us to get annoyed about over our croissants at a boardroom break fast.
The sex pay space is not merely instance of males being compensated significantly more than women. (more…)