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Equal Pay Poster

Posted by Reuben Turner | 23-06-2010 16:53 | Category: Activism, Discrimination, Politics, Women's Issues



From Denmark: a campaign for equal pay. “Would you want to work for women’s salaries, Claus?” Claus Hjort Fredriksen is the Danish Finance Minister. Via the excellent Creative Unions blog.
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Advertiser:
Danish Union of Public Employees
Agency:
Not known
Source:
Creative Unions




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hahaha I couldnt imagine if he was really doing that job…


http://www.getele.com/

Posted by Ade | 26-06-2010 20:04

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This is a powerful ad, and I’m glad they’re trying to get creative. He’s smiling, but this problem is all too real.

Because I know a nonprofit where women case managers were supposed to have a 4% cost of living raise every year, and the CEO just took it for SIX YEARS, I know first hand the pain of women not having equal pay for equal work. Indeed, most nonprofits I know are staffed primarily by women, and the ED or CEO made 90,000 or 120,000 USD per year, while everyone else was lucky to make $12.00 per hour, or barely $36,000 per year.

Why do we continue to accept these tiny salaries as if they are inescapable facts of life?
http://www.wildwomanfundraising.com/uncharitable-culture-of-destitution/

And why are we encouraging a culture of destitution? I would love to get your thoughts on my posts, here.
http://www.wildwomanfundraising.com/life-liberty-pursuit-wealthy-donors/

Sincerely,

Mazarine

Posted by Mazarine | 30-06-2010 06:18

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Thanks to Creative Unions for posting our Ad. We are proud to say that the agency behind is Wasabi.

See more: www.wasabi.dk

Posted by Verner Bager | 29-09-2010 11:37



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