Promundo’s Gary Barker and Michael Kaufman Honored in Apolitical’s List of 100 Most Influential People in Gender Policy for 2019

On May 29, Apolitical announced it “100 Most Influential People Working in Gender Policy 2019” list, noting Promundo’s President and CEO Gary Barker, as well as Senior Fellow Michael Kaufman, amongst prominent thought leaders and activists around the world. Apolitical, a global … Continue reading

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Award-winning female-led creative company Anagram, launch innovative public art project, which looks to the future of Shakespeare’s hometown

For centuries, Stratford-upon-Avon has celebrated its illustrious status as the hometown of William Shakespeare. But what’s it like to be a local resident, sharing a town with millions of visitors from all over the world? What might the future look … Continue reading

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Get Up, Stand Up Now

A major new exhibition celebrating the past 50 years of Black creativity in Britain and beyond opens this summer at Somerset House, London Beginning with the radical Black filmmaker Horace Ové and his dynamic circle of Windrush generation creative peers … Continue reading

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Women in VR: ANAGRAM to premiere theatrical VR experience at Tribeca exploring our relationship with power

ANAGRAM, award-winning immersive experience designers and residents at Watershed’s Pervasive Media Studio, will premiere profound and playful experience The Collider at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. The Collider is a machine, built to decode the mysteries of human relationships. Its mission: to identify and … Continue reading

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The South West Creative Technology Network announce Immersion Prototype Teams

The South West Creative Technology Network (SWCTN) have just announced their successful Immersion Prototype teams.  The making phase will now commence and run through April, May, June with a final showcase at the end of June 2019.  Congratulations to all! … Continue reading

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UK aid project helps cut violence against women by more than half in Democratic Republic of Congo

A UK aid project has dramatically reduced women’s experience of domestic and sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). A project working to challenge the social acceptance of violence against women and girls (VAWG) in the DRC saw … Continue reading

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3D Sound Installation at Qatar National Library Promises Football Fans Exhilarating Experience

The large-scale sonic installation will be displayed outside the Library in collaboration with British Council Qatar  Doha, Qatar, The Qatari community – and football lovers in particular – will have the chance to experience the rousing sound of football fans … Continue reading

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TIME’S UP UK collaborates with British animation talent, Diyala Muir for the #4PercentChallenge

To celebrate the momentous International Women’s Day 2019, TIME’S UP UK collaborated with the very brilliant female illustrator Diyala Muir @diyala.muir who created this gif to push our #4PercentChallenge campaign forward – challenging those working in the film industry to commit to announcing … Continue reading

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Acclaimed British actor and producer Andrea Riseborough and Dame Heather Rabbatts call for British film industry to commit to working with female directors on feature films in the next 18 months

#4PercentChallenge On International Women’s Day, Friday 8th March – acclaimed British actor and producer Andrea Riseborough is announcing her commitment to working with a female director on a feature film in the next 18 months as part of TIME’S UP’s … Continue reading

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The Justice and Equality Fund supported by TIME’S UP UK announces grants to five women’s groups to end sexual harassment and abuse in the UK

The pioneering Justice and Equality Fund managed by Rosa and supported by TIME’S UP UK, awards five new grants to women’s organisations on International Women’s Day The Fund is backed by film industry professionals including Andrea Riseborough, Emma Thompson, Emma … Continue reading

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