05 Mar 2022
Women’s economic empowerment is necessary for global sustainable development. Her rights! Money, power, autonomy explores the ways in which women’s economic equality and autonomy are connected to, dependent on, and a prerequisite for all other aspects of gender equality.
It charts the history of Sweden’s efforts to strengthen gender equality through progressive policies and legal reforms and highlights the important role of the women’s movement in advancing women’s rights. Visitors will learn about women pioneers, business leaders and entrepreneurs, and discover how inventions like the bra enabled us to travel into outer space, why autonomous vehicles are the future of sustainable transportation and how a small key can protect your digital identity.
The exhibition is produced by the Swedish Institute and will be on display on House of Sweden until March, 2023.
Learn more on houseofsweden.com.
House of Sweden is open to the general public on weekends between 12-5 pm. A guide is available on site.