Murals in Mexico, Paris, New York, London and now Berlin, to fight for gender equality
in partnership with UN Women (SDG 5)



With Hera


With Alice Pasquini


with Vinie Graffiti


with Lula Goce


with Adry Del Rocio

We are partnering with UN Women, to create a series of #GenerationEqualityMurals around the world calling for gender equality, following the Generation Equality Forum, the world’s leading initiative to accelerate investment and implementation of gender equality. Generation Equality brings together organizations from every part of society to catalyze progress, advocate for change and take bold actions together. Generation Equality Murals’ Artists: Adry del Rocio in Mexico City (March 2021), Lula Goce in Paris (June 2021), Vinie Graffiti in New York City (September 2021), Alice Pasquini in London (July 2022) and now Hera in Berlin (July 2023)

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Generation Equality in Mexico City

Hotel del Ángel, Calle Río Lerma, Colonia Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico

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Generation Equality in Paris

3 Rue Caulaincourt, Paris, France

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Generation Equality in New York

200 East 44th Street, New York, NY 10017, USA

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Generation Equality in London

Johnson Gardens, Hatton Garden, London, UK

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Generation Equality in Berlin

Müllerstraße 174, Berlin, Germany

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Generation London

Generator London, Tavistock Place, London, UK

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Getting around

  • Getting around the cities

    Mexico City
    Located in Mexico City’s Cuauhtémoc area, the mural is painted a stone away from the statue of the angel de la independencia.


    Located in Paris’s 18th Arrondissement neighborhood, the mural is painted a stone away from Montmartre and its Sacre Coeur.

    By Metro: Place de Clichy Station is 3 minutes by foot and Blanche Station is 4 minutes.
    By train: Paris-St-Lazare Station is at 16min walk

    New York City
    Located in New York’s Midtown area, the mural is painted a stone away from the United Nations, Grand Central Station and the Chrysler Building.

    Located in London’s Holborn trendy area, the mural is painted in the historic Leather Lane market.

    The mural is located in Mitte, the first and center borough of Berlin.

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