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Show us your B | #FTHEPAYGAP | J. Walter Thompson
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Industry: Professional & Public services
Media:Outdoor
Market:United Kingdom
Style: Minimalism
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Other credit:Creative: Katia Schutz
Creative: Stefan Foster
Project Manager: Kate Madden
Digital strategist: Pierre-Henry Briec
Media agency: Maxus
Media Agency Managing Director: Anna Hickey
Media Agency Chief Executive: Lindsay Pattison
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J. Walter Thompson London drives debate and awareness around the gender pay gap by showing how offensive the world can seem with 25% missing
To drive awareness and debate on International Women’s Day about how women are paid on average 25% less than men, J. Walter Thompson London has created a provocative outdoor campaign using clever word play to drive home just how offensive the world can seem with 25% missing.
The ads will appear on more than 800 digital poster sites across the UK with media delivered for free by Maxus Global.
James Whitehead, Chief Executive of J. Walter Thompson London, said: “This is an important opportunity to shine a light on a really important topic in society and culture. This work is a catalyst for debate and behaviour change and true to #BeBoldForChange on International Women’s day.”
Rachel Pashley, creator of Female Tribes and Global Planner at J. Walter Thompson, said: “Removing 25% of anything can fundamentally change the meaning, and underpaying women confers an implicit or even explicit message to women as to how much they are valued in society.”
Research from our Female Tribes’ global Women’s Index study also shows that 53% of women felt they were paid less than men for the same job, and 53% felt it was harder to ask for a pay rise as a woman.
J. Walter Thompson created Female Tribes to change the cultural narrative around women, and specifically to champion Female Capital - the value that women bring to the world as women.
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