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WIBR (Women in Brazil), an initiative created by MIBR with the aim of changing the ecosystem of the world of games by supporting women who wish to enter this market, presents the first uniform of the project. As with team jerseys in traditional sports and esports, the WIBR jersey will carry a message of courage and empowerment, and was named WIBRAVE, the warrior's mantle.
March marks Women's Month. A month that represents all our strength, determination, claw and power.
We face several battles to show our leadership to the world. A lot of struggle, barriers overcome, achievements and unity. We did everything to show that this place also belongs to women, that we can have an egalitarian world without suffering.
We at WIBR, understand all these centuries of struggle, we know that we have conquered a lot of space, but we also know that this battle is not over yet! And we arrived to join the choir because we believe that together we will go further!!!
And to crown all this struggle, in partnership with Trois Group, we created our first Jersey! A mantle that represents the courage, resilience and joy of all of us warrior women!
The mantle of WIBR (WIBRAVE) exalts the path and battles won by women over the years in search of equal rights. Some of these significant dates are present, engraved on the fabric of the shirt, such as:
1827 — Women released to study;
1932 – Women gain the right to vote;
2006 - Maria da Penha Law;
2015 – Enactment of the Law Against Femicide.
The initiative aims to raise funds for the Power 4 Girls – Empower to Lead! program, an initiative of the US Embassy and Consulates in partnership with the Gloria Institute and support from the CONIF network, with the aim of empowering girls through a training that encourages entrepreneurship, innovation and social responsibility for the 21st century work environment. The Program is aimed at students from institutions of the Federal Network of Education, Science and Technology across the country who creatively propose to solve a problem/issue in the area of accessibility and inclusion.
Wear that mantle whenever you want and remind yourself of your worth whenever you need it. We promise to do the same!
About the artist:
Yuri Jardim: @cienalab
Technique: Ink on shirt.
Designer and graffiti artist Yuri Jardim, CIENA's creative director, also left his mark engraved on one of the WIBR mantles and his work will be alongside the others in the auction. An important detail that the graffiti artist brings to his art is the presence of the number 180, a service channel that provides qualified listening and assistance to women in situations of violence.
For Yuri Jardim, it was a pleasure to participate in this WIBR project, and it was an incredible experience to tell this story that connects games, visual arts and society. Our team embraced the cause and we had a lot of fun during the process.
All auction proceeds will go to Power 4 Girls.