1. Educating with Dolls -
Eden Ross Lipson, children's book editor of The New York Times, notes the universality of children's play with dolls. She suggests, “The will to create dolls, to give them personalities and family relationships, to imagine their emotions and act out fantasies in which they figure, is one of the characteristics that makes us all more alike than different as human beings”
Raising children's awareness of gender (in) equality is crucial in preventing the violence against gender.
Gender equality in early childhood education unleashes children's potential at the very beginning of their development, and the policy worth extends far beyond teacher policy. It has the potential to construct a long-term strategy for gender equality and high-quality education, as well as support the development of human resources for the entire society. With a little effort, you can make a big difference.
Children and adolescents are entitled to the same protections and considerations as adults. They are citizens with rights who have a voice in decisions that affect their life.