Generation Equality Murals

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



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, a global gathering for gender equality, convened by UN Women and co-hosted by the governments of Mexico and France in 2021 that resulted in action plans to make gender equality a global reality. Artists: Adry del Rocio in Mexico City (March 2021), Lula Goce in Paris (June 2021) and Vinie Graffiti in New York City (September 2021) and now Alice Pasquini in London (June 2022).

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    Mexico City
    Located in Mexico City’s Cuauhtémoc area, the mural is painted on the side of the Hotel del Angel – Av. Paseo de la Reforma – Juárez – Cuauhtémoc- 06500 Ciudad de México – CDMX – Mexico, a stone away from the statue of the angel de la independencia.


    Located in Paris’s 18th Arrondissement neighborhood, the mural is painted on the Hotel Mercure of Montmartre – 3 Rue Caulaincourt – Paris 75018 – France, a stone away from Montmartre and its Sacre Coeur. Casino de Paris and Le Trianon are local cultural highlights, and some of the area’s notable landmarks include La Machine du Moulin Rouge and Place du Tertre.

    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.

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