We're not alone in our mission to shake up the narrative in entertainment, commercial and news content. We're proud to be a part of a growing community who shares our beliefs, our passion and most importantly our will to make sure these stories get told. Below are some of the organizations and projects we believe are making the world a better place.  

 

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ANA "#SeeHer campaign"

Aims to improve portrayal of women in commercials/ads/tv/media for 2020 anniversary of women being able to vote.

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Algorithmic Justice League / Code4Rights

Created by 30 women and founded by MIT grad Joy Buolamwini, aims to raise awareness about algorithmic bias and discrimination

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Together

UN-backed initiative that aims to change negative perceptions and attitudes towards refugees and migrants, and to strengthen the social contract between host countries and communities, and refugees and migrants. It promotes respect, safety and dignity for refugees and migrants.

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We for She

A women's advocacy group that strives to find practical ways to bring about a gender-balanced landscape in television.

*See Also 2 initiatives: WriteHer and DirectHer programs that aim to bring more women and women-driven content into the film/tv industry

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Step it Up

UN-backed initiative that that asks governments to make national commitments to address the challenges that are holding women and girls back from reaching their full potential. Passing new laws or strengthening existing ones is one way to Step It Up. Other actions might include creating programmes to eradicate violence against women and girls, encouraging women's participation in decision-making, investing in national action plans or policies for gender equality, creating public education campaigns to promote gender equality, and many more. Set expiry date for gender equality: 2030.

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Hollaback!

Hollaback! is a global, people-powered movement to end harassment. We work together to understand the problem, ignite public conversations, and develop innovative strategies that ensure equal access to public spaces. We leverage the very spaces where harassment happens – from online to the streets – to have each other’s backs, create communities of resistance, and build a world where we can all be who we are, wherever we are.

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HeartMob

This forum is a project of Hollaback! to dedicate ending harassment in public spaces (online) that offers the kind of support people need, when they need it.

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The Peoples' Supper

Aims to repair the breach in our interpersonal relationships across political, ideological, and identity differences, leading to more civil discourse over supper.

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The Representation Project

Using film and media as catalysts for cultural transformation, The Representation Project inspires individuals and communities to challenge and overcome limiting stereotypes so that everyone – regardless of gender, race, class, age, religion, sexual orientation, ability, or circumstance – can fulfil their human potential.

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Free & Equal

UN-backed initiative that aims to stand up for equal rights and fair treatment for LGBTQ and intersex people everywhere.

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End Violence Against Women

The End Violence Against Women Coalition (EVAW) is a UK-wide coalition of people and organisations lobbying government and trying to change the debate on ending violence against all women and girls.

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The Everyday Sexism Project

Aims to take a step towards gender equality, by proving wrong those who tell women that they can’t complain because we are equal. It is a place to record stories of sexism faced on a daily basis, by ordinary women, in ordinary places.

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Too Young To Wed

Aims to raise awareness of the problem of child marriages, supporting girls who are already married and ultimately halting the practice that affects one girl every two seconds (also raising awareness about the implications that child marriage is linked to: child and maternal poverty, gender inequality, abuse, the spread of HIV/AIDS, etc)

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