To date, more than 70 young women have been impacted, and more than 50 digital stories have been produced. Footage aims to scale its methods to provide access to 840 more participants in 2017.
"We have established a dynamic dialogue on gender-based violence between young women in America and Russia. The 16 Days of Activism is an impactful opportunity for similar collaboration among the private and public sectors," Executive Director Dr. Kristen Ali Eglinton said.
Corporations interested in hosting Footage's workshops during the 16 Days of Activism or partnering as program sponsors may send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Corporations will receive media packages to promote their workshop participation across platforms and have the opportunity to join Footage's formal recognition program.
Footage measures its impact on five drivers of change, each catalyzing transformation aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The 16 Days campaign begins Friday, November 25th (International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women) and runs until Saturday, December 10th (International Human Rights Day).
Footage designs impactful, sustainable programs that use local technology and expressive multimedia tools to bring the underrepresented voices and experiences of young people, particularly young women, into conversations on the world's most challenging issues including gender-based violence and forced displacement. Watch the short documentary on Girl-talk-Girl.
Contact Dr. Kristen Ali Eglinton, Executive Director at email@example.com for more information.
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SOURCE Footage Foundation