On the 4thof December, the Palestine Sports for Life organization took the role and attended the UN Palestine Innovation lab on Women Rights and Gender Inequality. The workshop took place in the Anakar’s hotel in Ramallah and was the melting pot for UN representatives, the Palestinian Higher Council for Sports, and trainers and teachers from Palestine. The meeting room was a platform to bring up, discuss, analyze, and help to find solutions in the cause of gender inequity. The project tackled the gender inequality issue by taking football as an example. The question was, what does the young female see when deciding to play football? The answer to that branched into two, the bright side of it, and the dark side of it. The problems that came along the dark side of the issue are common and known. Problems like cultural acceptance (football as a male sport), parental support, facilities for young females to play in, safety areas to play in, and the lack of support. However, the important part of the session was to find solutions in order to help the young females. Therefore, after discussing and analyzing the scenario, the group came up with the term “changing in behavior”. Since this issue is human-made, then change must take place on the behavior and the type of thinking that the individual does. If the coaches, instructors, and trainers manage to get into the heads of the person/parents that they are dealing with, then it’s easier to make a change and spread acceptance. The session was a success as we had a lot of open discussions, sharing ideas, adjusting ideas, and thinking about a grassroots solution. I want to conclude with a very important quote that summarized the whole session. Mr. Mark, a teacher at Harvard University said, “If you want to get there fast, go alone; if you want to get there, go with others”. This line indicates the importance of teamwork, cooperation, and communication, as it’s a very useful method to reach a common ground that allows everyone to adjust in behavior.