“All citizens have equal social dignity and are equal before the law, without distinction of sex, race, language, religion, political opinion, personal and social conditions.”Constitution of the Italian Republic, Art. 3, 1947

EQUAL offers children, families and schools the opportunity to think about and learn more about rights and duties, equality and uniqueness, and overcome gender stereotypes. The new play-based path includes 11 interactive stations and educational activities focusing on “learning by doing” approach, typical of the children’s museums.

The play-based path was made with the support of Regione Lazio, in collaboration with ENI S.p.A, Nestlé Italiana S.p.A., FEDUF Fondazione per l’Educazione Finanziaria e il Risparmio, Global Thinking Foundation and scientifically supervised by the Catholic University, the Sapienza University and the Unitelma Sapienza University.

In today’s society, new generations are always faced with new challenges; therefore, it’s more and more important to understand and tell between gender stereotypes and real differences, opportunities and uniqueness, and raise awareness on “gender equality”.
The 2018 edition of Global Gender Gap Report by the World Economic Forum suggests that it will take 108 years to close the global gender gap.

Raising awareness on Equal Opportunities means to bring future generations towards an inclusive society, that won’t thwart any chance of growth, choice and decision-making.

On 21 November scheduled Girls and Children Museum: growing up without stereotypes, how is our society changing? the meeting open to experts, the Press and Institutions, to discover the current limits of men and women in the world of work, learn about the leadership strategies implemented in some companies and analyze the data that make gender balance a real business advantage. Linked to the inauguration of the course are 3 meeting in the Museum’s bookshop with readings about Equal Opportunities. Find out more…

This translates into: encouraging both genders to take up scientific and engineering careers; encouraging girls and boys to choose their sports and pastimes; promoting self-esteem and awareness; improving the use of technology in schools through computer science education; quoting examples from female scientists, male dancers, female astronauts and many more examples of women and men who challenged stereotypes and were successful in traditionally gender-specific fields; promoting and encouraging girls and boys to seek economic independence, that is the ability to have economic means to live in dignity.

The play-based path includes 11 interactive stations dealing with three broad themes: stereotypes, rights and duties, equality and uniqueness.

START HERE children can sign up here and answer some questions they can identify with.


Don’t cry
like a sissy – Don’t be such a tomboy Who is this?
Are we really sure that our answers are free from any stereotypes when listening to sounds and emotions? An entertaining test on how stereotypes hold sway.
everybody thinks that A matter of perception
Colours, professions, clothing: can stereotypes really hold sway over us?
Where do you think you can climb up to? Climbing
A transverse climbing to test children’s endurance and physical fitness
Types with no Stereotypes True or False?
Girls are not fit for science? Are there any sports that are exclusively for boys or girls? Is dance only for girls? To playfully find out about 12 stories of women and men who conquered the world.
Who’s faster? Reflexes
A new challenge to fight stereotypes.


encrypted message STEM
To decrypt codes to find out who invented software applications, computers and coding.
equal and different study, salary, career
Medicine, journalism, architecture, aerospace and sports: an equal path?
The Equal and Different software application has been developed with the support of Regione Lazio, l.r. no. 42/1997, Plan 2019.


Choose what you want to learn The more you do, the more you learn
Do you want to know how to replace a tyre or change a baby’s disposable nappy? Skills to be learned with no fears.
Ready in starting blocks Leadership
Communication, commitment, positivity, collaboration, knowing how to learn from your peers and problem-solving: skills and qualities to team up!

Thanks to: Regione Lazio, ENI S.p.A, Nestlé Italiana S.p.A., FEDUF Fondazione per l’Educazione Finanziaria e il Risparmio, Global Thinking Foundation; scientifically supervised by Università Cattolica, Sapienza Università di Roma e Unitelma Sapienza.

How to play: Equal is a permanent exhibit of the Museum, for free use during all visits.

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