Ruby Taylor on Gender Equality

A 1000-Piece Equality Jigsaw Puzzle

$32.99

In support of UN Women, Ruby Taylor welcomes you to Equiterra: a society where all people have equal rights and opportunity despite their gender.

This book is not yet published, but will be available from February 2022.

ISBN: 9781760761929 Category:

Ruby Taylor

Description

In support of UN Women Australia, Ruby Taylor invites you to explore a society where all people have equal rights and opportunity. A community where the glass ceiling is smashed, the gender pay gap is a thing of the past and toxic masculinity goes straight into the recycling.

In a world where no country has achieved gender equality, this is what we can aspire to build. Take a walk down Unstereotype Avenue, meet the respected-at-work women in Violence-Free Alley, marvel at the smashed glass ceiling in Equal Pay Street and shop for sustainable fashion in Climate Action Street. Don’t miss the Toxic Masculinity Recycling Plant where ‘men don’t cry’ and ‘boys will be boys’ are recycled into inclusive language and respect.

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Publisher name Thames & Hudson Australia Pty Ltd
Publication date 22 February 2022
Number of pages
Format Jigsaw
Dimensions N/A
Weight 300 g

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Ruby Taylor is an illustrator and designer currently based in the UK. She is known for her bright, vibrant illustrations that fuse digital and traditional drawing techniques. She takes inspiration from pop culture, everyday life and women's experiences and explores themes of empowerment, sisterhood and self-esteem. Her clients include UN Women, Samsung, Ikea, Adidas, L'Occitane, The National Lottery, Adobe, Time Out, Vogue UK, Vans, ASOS, Who Gives A Crap, Harper Collins, Penguin, Google and Flow Magazine.

UN Women Australia supports UN Women's global programs to accelerate progress towards gender equality and women's empowerment. To donate, head to unwomen.org.au