Step up for gender equality

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#ImNotOkWithThat: Step Up for Gender Equality

Have you ever been told a sexist joke? Have you overheard colleagues speaking disrespectfully about women? Or witnessed someone being harassed on the street and thought ‘I’m not ok with that’? Were you not sure what to do? Or if you should step in?

We all have a role to play in preventing violence against women and promoting respect and equality where we live, work, and socialise. 

Preventing violence against women is everyone’s business. Evidence tells us that violence against women is driven by gender inequality.

This is why the City of Adelaide is proud to launch ‘#ImNotOKWithThat: Step Up For Gender Equality’.

This campaign asks people to ‘Step Up For Gender Equality’, with the aim of promoting positive and respectful behaviour and increasing women’s safety in our Adelaide community.

This project aims to deliver on Outcomes 1 and 2 of the City of Adelaide’s Safer City Policy; ‘Safe streets, spaces and places’ and ‘Strong and welcoming communities’.

The #ImNotOkWithThat campaign will run from May to December 2021 and involve a number of activities that engage the Adelaide and North Adelaide community in promoting women’s safety and preventing gender-based violence.

#ImNotOkWithThat poster campaign

We are proud to be working with a number of prominent South Australians who are sharing their messages of support for preventing violence against women through positive bystander action. These posters will be shared across our social media channels and displayed in participating venues throughout Adelaide. 

Show your support by sharing our social media posts, downloading a poster for your workplace or sharing a quote on your social media channels using hashtag #ImNotOkWithThat

Need more information?

For inquiries please contact:

Jennifer West

+61 8 8203 7390