Gender parity—defined by equal opportunity, pay, and representation—is a requirement of healthy civil society.
Despite progress, systemic bias in the screen industries persists; it manifests in forms both conscious and unconscious.
This bias is intersectional across race, ethnicity, ability, age, class, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
Awareness of systemic imbalance is the precedent to Culture Change. Culture Change is the precedent to Policy Change.
Parity is only possible when decision-makers change culture and policy, and hold themselves, their teams, and their businesses accountable for its implementation.
Parity is good business. Parity, inclusivity, and equal representation are non-negotiable requirements of sustainable media businesses.
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