On October 11, the Club du Label Egalité of the Arborus association launched the first anti-sexism application, Respect Me. This initiative has been approved by the French Ministry of Women's Rights and recently sponsored by Dipty Chander, president of the E-mma association, and aims to promote gender equality in schools and, more broadly, in the digital sector.
This sponsorship follows a speed-dating organized by the Ministry between associations involved in the fight for gender equality and the sponsors of the "Sexism, not our style!
During this evening, Xavier Guisse, ambassador of the Club du Label Egalité, presented the app to several sponsors. A pitch that convinced Dipty Chander to support Respect Me!