Here's how to invite your friends.
First participate yourself by writing a short message (150 words or less) to be voted on by others - that is key. All ideas are good ideas. And be sure to rate messages written by others - use the green and orange rating boxes. Then, through your social media and email, encourage friends to join this global conversation between the genders: ugc.idp.intermix.org.
Suggested topics: Please feel free to set your own topic. A gender related topic is very appropriate, but it is OK to write about something else. Possibilities: the global roles of women and men, violence against women, Convention on the Elimination of all Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), the possibility of a Fifth World Conference for Women (5WCW), expanding the scope of the Women's Movement, how to bring in the men, and so forth. You might ask Dr Mlambo-Ngcuka a question, or encourage her. The field is wide open. If you have any thoughts about steps we can take towards human unity, please share
Read more: Crowdsourcing the Genders. Together, we can make our world more compassionate and understanding. See also voicesofhumanity.org. You are more than welcome to register your participation in the Gender Crosstalk as an Act of Peace on the One Billion Acts of Peace website. And please "like" us on facebook.
Gender Crosstalk is a project of UNA San Francisco and has launched with the backing of the United Nations Association (UNA), the UN Foundation and the Global Fund for Women. See below for the complete list of supporting organizations. The San Francisco Chapter of the UNA has applied for a UNDEF grant to fund a 2016 Human Unity Conference in San Francisco for the International Day of Peace on September 21. The Conference will develop a roadmap for actually achieving gender equality, human unity and peace. The formula for success is to combine the online Gender Crosstalk process with in-person meetings. See the grant writeup at bit.ly/1xnih85.