When Men Are Asked ‘What If You Were A Woman?’

When Men Are Asked ‘What If You Were A Woman?’

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In line with the celebration of the International Women’s Day, UN Women Arabic and Axeer Studio conducted a social experiment to promote 2016’s theme, #PledgeForParity. In the experiment, a group of Arab women and men were asked to switch roles with each other, with men acting as women and vice versa.

لو بدلنا الأدوار – Social Experiment | عالم نص بالنصبمناسبة اليوم العالمي للمرأة عملنا تجربة مجتمعية مع مجموعة مختلفة من شابات وشباب الوطن العربي وسألناهم هتعملوا إيه لو بدّلنا الأدوار ؟ ودي كانت ردود أفعالهمشاركونا آراؤكم على هاش تاج #لو_كنت_ست و #لو_كنت_راجل على فيس بوك وتويترالفيديو ل UN Women Arabic بالتعاون مع أكسير ستوديو

Posted by Axeer Studio on Tuesday, March 8, 2016



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