Inbar Rost – Women Deliver
2020

Inbar Rost

  • Age: 30
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Whoever does not change reality preserves it. Change can be as small a step as acknowledging the suffering of another or recognizing that your freedom is associated with allowing other people to be free with their sexuality, fears, and identities.

- Inbar Rost

Bio

Inbar Rost was born and raised in Israel. She is working toward her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Gender, Management, and Dispute Settlement at Ben-Gurion University. As a Coordinator, Guider, and Spokeswomen of Young Female Politicans, Inbar is responsible for building the program’s content, contacting women of senior political positions in Israel to speak to young participants, and promoting the field of leadership, initiative, and politics of identities. As Group Facilitator and Lecturer at the Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel, Inbar is responsible for training of educational teams, hosting discussions in workplaces, and organizing process groups for at-risk youth, individuals with special needs, and schools.

Additionally, Inbar is a Negev Area Education Coordinator at Iggy, a LGBTQ+ youth organization, Main Organizer of the You Are Not Guilty: The Beer-Sheva SlutWalk, volunteer at a shelter for at-risk girls, and activist in protests on femicide.

What ignited your pursuit for gender equality?

The more I explore this, the more I find that gender inequality is a major cause of discrimination and injustice in every society in the world. If gender issues will raise in public awareness, then more people could feel liberated. What motivates me is to create better living conditions for people.

Please share your biggest wins as an advocate for gender equality.

I am a part of a forum that changed the procedure for dealing with sexual harassment at Ben-Gurion University. This was a major challenge, but we succeeded to generate policy change, legislation, and implementation of gender equality norms on campus.

Outside of your gender equality advocacy work, what do you enjoy doing?

I am queer feminist DJ. I like to read and write poetry, to garden, and go to concerts around the world. I would say that my biggest hobby is to combine music and people.

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