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#callmeodd | New digital campaign
The Diotima Center presents a new digital campaign about consent as part of the EQUAL_GEN project.

The Diotima Center presents the digital campaign “Call me odd”, on the multifaceted concept of consent, a key concept for equal interpersonal relationships, as part of the EQUAL_GEN project.

Consent culture is the term used to describe environments in which making agreements, finding common ground and respecting boundaries is the norm, both for sexual intercourses and for other daily activities. 

In this context, people feel that they have control of their physical autonomy and boundaries and can safely negotiate them.

The two videos created in collaboration with the 4 Wise Monkeys creative agency, aim to free from the second thoughts that often overwhelm them when they try to set their boundaries.

And we don’t stop there. We envision an environment, in which every woman, after every yes or no, won’t feel guilt, stress or fear on how she will be labelled.

Because consent is a right, not an oddity.

Find the campaign on social media and on our Youtube channel and share it with the hashtag #callmeodd.

The campaign was curated by White Room and directed by Sofia Georgovassili. The actors who participated were photographed by Anna Psaroudaki, while the sound was edited by Yellowgroove, with the kind participation of Ioanna Pappa and Dora Chrysikou.

**The EQUAL_GEN project is implemented as a part of the Active citizens fund program with the Diotima Centre as the implementing carrier and Emantes and Anasa Cultural Center as partners.The €15 million Active citizens fund program is funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway and is part of the European Economic Area (EEA) funding mechanism for the period 2014 – 2021, known as EEA Grants. The project aims to strengthen and enhance the sustainability of civil society and to highlight its role in promoting democratic processes, enhancing citizens’ participation in public life and defending human rights. The Active citizens fund grant for Greece is managed in partnership with the Bodossaki Foundation and SolidarityNow. Read more here:


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