Bodequality works with others in a variety of ways, from: speaking engagements on body image; attending conferences to raise awareness; offering study workshops to schools; awareness raising in various community groups to providing a consultation service to brands as we move towards a future of body equality.
Examples include: The Institute of Gender Studies; The University of Chester (Development and Diversity); Motherwell; Queen’s High School; The Storyhouse; International Women’s Day; The WI.
“You deserved that huge round of applause! You had us hooked with your content and delivery. I’ve spent a few years at WOW in London for International Women’s Day but this event was absolutely the same if not better calibre of presentations.”
“So interesting and inspiring.”
Study workshops incorporate the following subjects:
Us as consumers, bodies and the media – sessions looking into our relationship with our world and it’s relationship with us…
They say: “Some very powerful messages for students, especially in our social media age, where body images are now so much more widely viewed and shared. Making young people self-aware of their role as ‘consumer’ is essential.”
BodEquality’s Body Pride – sessions looking at our relationship with our bodies, identifying what assumptions we make, how they were formed and how they can be challenged to inform a healthier relationship with our bodies.
They say: “Really interesting, relevant to everyone.”
Duration can be from one hour to a full day, to include all or part of the following to suit: Speaking engagements, discussion topics, activities, documentary screenings, feedback, role-play, projects, presentations.
“Consultation Services include education and awareness-raising in relation to the growing tide of unease surrounding the current schema of the idealised image. Looking forward, how this will impact bottom-line sales and brand loyalty. Consultation services seek to furnish companies with what this means for them, how they can get ahead of the curve, evidence of who is getting it right and who is getting it wrong and how to create a shift that blends with the current changes in public opinion, without mis-managing the message.”
Emi Howe, BodEquality Founder
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