Want to inject a bit of culture in your life but can’t be bothered to get dressed and leave the house? Want to find out how women around the world are inspiring change? The International Museum of Women has a number of interesting exhibitions that you can visit without leaving your computer. Here are some of my faves:
This media project explores the state of women’s rights and imagines a future of gender equality. As the UN prepares to create a new set of international development goals, the website collates women’s voices and ideas to spark a global conversation about a new decade for women’s rights. Women from all around the world are asked to talk about the greatest victories and challenges for women in their communities.
Exploring the realities and ideas of a new global generation of mothers through art and stories, this exhibition aims to help fuel a worldwide movement of advocates for mothers’ rights and advances in maternal health. There is some beautiful and really tender photography on this site.
This award-winning exhibition connected young women around the world and inspired them to create positive change in their own lives, their communities, or globally. The multilingual online exhibition of user-contributed film, photography, music, poetry, and personal essays all respond to the question, “What defines your generation of women?”