Be bold for change

International Women's Day Poster Competition


Through meaningful celebration and targeted bold action, we can all be responsive and responsible leaders in creating a more gender inclusive world.  On the occasion of International Women's Day (8 March) the Gender, Justice and Society Network together with Human Rights Centre invites you to participate in a poster competition on the theme of #BeBoldForChange

Posters can address women in society, the role of women, the status of women, women’s empowerment but should

  • what constitutes "bold" action?
  • what conditions are necessary to enable "bold" action?
  • what are the consequences of "bold" action?
  • what are some examples of "bold" action already taken in your context?

The School of Law will award a Prize for the Best Poster

Sending the design

  • All entries must include a short statement 150 - 200 words for text statements. explaining the imagery and how it represents the theme of  #BeBoldForChange.
  • All entries must be received by 2nd  March April 2017
  • Posters should be suitable for printing on A3 size paper
  • Posters should be emailed to: Dr Yassin Brunger:

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