SDG 05: Gender Equality

How a genderless card deck might make you think differently about inequality

Cards laid out from a traditional deck

You might never have thought about the fact a king is worth more than queen... Image: Unsplash/Jack Hamilton

Esther Verkaik
Video Journalist, Thomas Reuters
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Indy Mellink, designer of genderless playing cards, poses in Oegstgeest, Leiden , Netherlands January 15, 2021. Picture taken January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Eva Plevier - RC21BL9XIKGY
Indy Mellink, the designer of the playing cards. Image: REUTERS/Eva Plevier
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