Gender equality in the context of the covid-19 pandemic: education, campaigning and information sharing
1. Knowledge sharing at schools and universities – Facilitation for school talks/creation of events where women of various generations can share their experiences and knowledge with the students, and promote an intergenerational exchange of experiences, to create a space at school where women of all ages can come together and share/ support each other in a secure and safe space
2. Increased joint intergenerational networks and campaigns, accessible to all women, regardless of age, ethnicity, education or any other factors, as a pan-European connection between local women for exchange of experiences and to support each other
3. Improved dissemination on information of gender-based violence (GBV) and inclusive, accessible information that should reach all women (regardless of age, education, ethnicity, country of origin, believe systems, assigned biological sex, or any other factors).
4. Intergenerational tools for health that should be offered at centres/networks: encourage and create workshops/actions that help women understand their own body and their health (incl. the interconnection between the immune system and psychological health), to strengthen self-care and mindfulness for increased personal wellbeing and the increased capacity to understand GBV and other difficult situations. 5. Remembering the women who came before us: incorporating the ancestry narrative by remembering the work and pathways the women before us have taken to advance women’s rights and equal rights for all.