Oxfam have been invited to participate in an exciting new digital storytelling campaign from UN Women. 

Launching in February, the ‘I am (Wo)man’ campaign will feature stories and pictures of economically empowered women from around the world, highlighting the positive impact empowerment has had on them both individually, and within their families and communities.

This is a great opportunity for us to showcase the brilliant work we’re doing across our programmes and to add our stories to the global conversation on women’s economic empowerment. Specifically, we’re looking for case studies from our global programmes of women who have made a difference in their region or community, or have managed to pull themselves out of poverty and help their family and community. The campaign is also interested in featuring men who are the direct beneficiary of an empowered woman.

If you have any ideas for inspiring stories to share, please contact Maria Michalopoulou - MMichalopoulou@oxfam.org.uk or Louisa-Jane Richards - LRichards1@oxfam.org.uk.

For more information about the 'I am (Wo)man' campaign, case study examples and question ideas, click on the linked document below.

'I am (Wo)man' Info

The Knowledge Gateway for Women’s Economic Empowerment— www.EmpowerWomen.org—is an open global platform that promotes collaboration, learning and innovation to advance women’s economic empowerment. 

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