"Too Young to Wed" - Every year, throughout the world, millions of young girls are forced into marriage. Child marriage is outlawed in many countries and international agreements forbid the practice yet this tradition still spans continents, language, religion and caste. Over an eight-year period, photographer Stephanie Sinclair investigated the phenomenon of child marriage in India, Yemen, Afghanistan, Nepal, and Ethiopia. Her multimedia presentation synthesizes this body of work into a call to action.
"Women of Congo Speak Out" - The International Campaign to Stop Rape & Gender Violence (The Campaign) is an umbrella for over 5,000 individuals and over 800 member organizations working to end sexual violence in conflict: the first ever global collaboration between Nobel Peace Laureates, international advocacy organizations, and groups working at the regional and community levels in conflict. This video spotlights the essential work of grassroots women activists in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo who are successfully mobilizing to bring peace to their communities.
"One Billion Rising (Short Film)" - 1 in 3 women will experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime. Check out this powerful short film from V-Day *Trigger Warning* and join the one billion rising movement to demand an end to violence against women.
"War on Women" - IRIN explores sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in this heart-rending 15 minute film by award-winning filmmaker Dearbhla Glynn. It includes gripping testimonies from both survivors and perpetrators and insight from analysts and civil society activists.
"Blowing the Whistle on Sexual Violence (Haiti)" - When the earthquake struck Haiti in 2010, women and girls across the country found themselves at increased risk of rape. As institutions that offered protection and justice fell around them - the women mobilized within displacement camps to protect women and support survivors. This short film follows the story of a young rape survivor in Port-au-Prince in search of support and justice following her attack. It introduces us to the women activists of Haiti who have formed a successful movement to create a brighter future for sexual violence survivors.