IMOW's multilingual online exhibitions offer a wealth of resources: podcasts, film lists, book lists, toolkits, maps and useful links.

In addition to online resources, read this brief history of International Women's Day.


ONLINE EXHIBITIONS RESOURCES

MUSLIMA RESOURCES

Start an important conversation about stereotypes, prejudices, and breaking barriers in your community or classroom today with our Muslima Discussion Toolkit. Explore the dynamic exhibition content, including art, thought leadership, photography, personal stories and more.



ECONOMICA RESOURCES

Don't miss out on our podasts! Listen to exciting conversations between Economica Curator Masum Momaya and dynamic women economists, feminists, thinkers and activists of today. Get inspired by our Economica-related booklist and filmlist. See all Economica resources.



WOMEN, POWER AND POLITICS RESOURCES

The global online exhibition Women, Power and Politics is rich with resources for students and educators. Enjoy our power toolkit, booklist, filmlist and thought-provoking podcasts, among many other resources. See all Women, Power and Politics resources.



IMAGINING OURSELVES RESOURCES

Imagining Ourselves asked women in their twenties and thirties, "What defines your generation of women?" The resulting online exhibition presents hundreds of young women's answers in nine themes. View as PDF and download the film lists and book lists related to the themes: Love, Money, Culture and Conflict, The Future, War and Dialogue, Young Men, Motherhood, Image and Identity, and Film Festival.


BLOGS

IMOW BLOG

With the IMOW Blog Her Blueprint, you can go behind the scenes of our exhibitions and programs and read thoughtful and compelling posts from global contributors. 

 

CLIO TALKS BACK ARCHIVES

Inspired by Clio, the Greek muse of history, and the online exhibitions Women, Power and Politics and Economica, historian Karen Offen takes a critical look at women who have influenced politics, society and the economy throughout history. Her blog Clio Talks Back is now a recurring column on Her Blueprint, but you can also explore the Clio Talks Back Archives.



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