535ab0c9d0d3437.pngIndia Post and the United Nations Postal Administration have jointly issued “”He For She”” postage stamps to commemorate the International Womenâ€™s Day. The stamp promotes gender equality and showcases UN Womenâ€™s campaign to engage men and boys as agents of change for womenâ€™s rights. In India, the stamps was issued by India Post and depicts side-by-side pairs, with half of a manâ€™s face on a 5-rupee stamp and half of a womanâ€™s face on a 25-rupee stamp.
The images portray girls and women as fully half of humanity and exactly equal to the other â€“ male â€“ half. Together, they make a whole world. The stamps were designed by Mirko Illic (USA, born in Bosnia and Herzegovina). He For She is an incredible youth movement and these stamps reflect that creativity and vitality,â€ said Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of UN Women.
Since its launch on 20 September 2014, at the United Nations by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, hundreds of thousands of men from around the world including Heads of State, CEOs and global luminaries, from all walks of life have committed to gender equality. HeForShe has been the subject of more than two billion conversations on social media, with off-line activities reaching every corner of the globe.”