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In the last few years, globalisation and capitalism have attempted to melt all existing cultures into one through standardisation. Part of the reason is that the homogenisation of consumers make for simpler marketing strategies and serves the financial purpose of private companies. 


On the other hand, the rise of extremist factions around the globe, who have sought to impose their vision of the world as the only valid way, have pursued a similar objective of merging world populations into one. In their case, their objective is also to control peoples, so they can behave in the way they want them to, however in their case resisting often means annihilation. 

These institutional attempts at changing human behaviour come with a lot of suffering, whether psychological or physical. In both cases, women and girls are part of the prime categories of people, who are direly impacted by these phenomena.

 

Drawing its title from the United Nation's solidarity campaign "He for She" promoting gender equality, this series of canvas works tackle issues encountered by women around the world.