Sometimes complicated times, call for a simple message. These are my daughter's two favourite badges from our range :)
Gender Identity Development in Children
Toys are more gender divided now that they were 50 years ago
UNICEF: Early Gender Socialisation
Gender Role Development
Talking to young kids about gender stereotypes
Creating Gender Equity in the Early Years
The connection between gender stereotypes and depression, violence and suicide in kids
How children's books are failing to show gender equality
Talking to Boys the Way We Talk to Girls
The Role of Parents and Teachers in the Development of Gender-Related Math Attitudes
John Lewis removes "boys" and "girls" sections replaces them with "kids clothes"
School staff responses to gender-based bullying
The Role of Gender in Young Children's Bullying Behaviour
How gender-specific toys can negatively impact a child’s development
Traditional Masculinity as a Risk Factor for Suicidal Ideation: Cross-Sectional and Prospective Evidence from a Study of Young Adults
Why gender can’t be ignored when dealing with domestic violence
To contact us and for other info email firstname.lastname@example.org
Children are able to ‘self-socialise’, which means that children’s books and toys … influence how children think about themselves in the world.From two years old, children begin forming concepts of gender and gender difference. By age five, children develop their gender identity and become aware of gender differences and by seven, children are developing rigid ideas of gender.
People’s attitudes to gender equality have significant impacts on their attitudes to violence against women.
Nelly seen here wearing the GPAN (Good People Act Now) jumper. She is proud to have done some work with GPAN - a group of young people in Melbourne's North committed to ending Family Violence through gender equity.