FIFA is launching a campaign to promote a new generation of female athletes at the 2020 Rio Olympics.
In the wake of the 2014 London Olympics, female athletes were the most popular sport to watch and they are seen as the stars of the games.
Rio is aiming to create a more gender-equal environment.
The campaign, called Hygienics, will launch on Thursday with a series of short films that highlight the challenges female athletes face and the challenges they face in training.
The campaign is part of FIFA’s strategy to promote gender equality at the Games.
In a recent press conference, FIFA president Sepp Blatter said that women athletes face “a lot of challenges”.
He said that a new campaign to highlight the problems faced by female athletes will provide an opportunity for female athletes to “stand out”.
The campaign aims to encourage female athletes in the Olympics to show “respect and dignity”.
The first film will feature a young gymnast in a bikini who is shown getting ready for the swimming pool and then is asked if she has ever used a shower.
“It’s important for them to understand that they’re not the only ones to suffer from the problem of not being able to use the bathroom,” says the film’s producer.
“They’re the ones who are the ones that have to take care of themselves.”
The second film, which will focus on a younger gymnast, will feature her as a young female gymnast on the team.
“When we talk about women in sport, we’re talking about athletes, not just about women,” says director Stephanie Hulbert.
“So the problem that’s presented is that women are not given the space to make mistakes and have to work harder to succeed, to be the best at what they do.”
The message that’s given to female athletes is that they need to work as hard as the men to achieve the highest possible level of success.
“Women need to understand: ‘you don’t have to go to the bathroom every day. “
The issue is that young women aren’t given the opportunity to do something different,” said Hulbetts.
“Women need to understand: ‘you don’t have to go to the bathroom every day.
You don’t need to have a shower every day either.
You can do whatever you want.
“We hope that these films will encourage more women to do what they are passionate about. “
The messages of this film will be very powerful,” she continued.
“We hope that these films will encourage more women to do what they are passionate about.
And we hope that by talking about this issue more, it will encourage other young women to take a stand for equality and to try their best.”
The new campaign is being launched in conjunction with the World Health Organization’s (WHO) National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).
The campaign will include an online campaign on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
The new campaigns will also include a video and two radio advertisements to highlight issues faced by women athletes in sports, such as how to deal with harassment and the health risks of physical and mental abuse.