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About CHIME FOR CHANGE

CHIME FOR CHANGE is a global campaign founded by Gucci in 2013 to convene, unite and strengthen the voices speaking out for girls and women around the world. The campaign uses innovative approaches to promote gender equality. Co-founded by Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and Salma Hayek Pinault, CHIME FOR CHANGE works with a coalition of partner organizations, including the Kering Foundation, Facebook, and Hearst Magazines.

About CHIME FOR CHANGE & Global Citizen

Since 2015, CHIME FOR CHANGE is proud to join forces with Global Citizen to take action for gender equality, leveraging the power of the annual Global Citizen Festival to bring greater awareness to this critical issue.

Issues that matter to CHIME FOR CHANGE

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Stories

  1. Article: Sexual Abuse Is Rampant at the UN, Report Alleges
    Girls & Women

    Sexual Abuse Is Rampant at the UN, Report Alleges

    By Joe McCarthy|Jan. 18, 2018|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    The prevalence of abuse is antithetical to the UN’s mission. Read more

  2. Article: There Are Now a Record Number of Female US Senators
    Girls & Women

    There Are Now a Record Number of Female US Senators

    By Joe McCarthy|Jan. 4, 2018|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    She made history in more ways than one. Read more

  3. Article: Women and Girls Are Putting an End to Child Marriage in Guatemala
    Girls & Women

    Women and Girls Are Putting an End to Child Marriage in Guatemala

    By Phineas Rueckert  and  Erica Sanchez|Jan. 3, 2018|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    These women are trying to change attitudes in Central America’s largest economy. Read more

  4. Article: At Least 80 Girls Were Saved from Child Marriage in Tanzania, Government Reports
    Girls & Women

    At Least 80 Girls Were Saved from Child Marriage in Tanzania, Government Reports

    By Phineas Rueckert|Dec. 27, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    The country has one of the highest child marriage rates in the world. Read more

  5. Article: 2017 Was Especially Dangerous for Female Journalists
    Girls & Women

    2017 Was Especially Dangerous for Female Journalists

    By Daniele Selby|Dec. 22, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    An unusually high number of journalists killed this year were women. Read more

  6. Article: Blood, Sweat, and Cheers: 2017 Was the Year of the Period Thanks to These Activists
    Water & Sanitation

    Blood, Sweat, and Cheers: 2017 Was the Year of the Period Thanks to These Activists

    By David Brand|Dec. 22, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Blood made it onto TV, an advocate in the NFL talked menstruation, and countries pledged free pads. Read more

  7. Article: These Kung Fu Nuns Are Biking Thousands of Miles to Empower Women
    Girls & Women

    These Kung Fu Nuns Are Biking Thousands of Miles to Empower Women

    By Joe McCarthy|Dec. 21, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    “When you’re desperate and you’re starving, you don’t care what gender brings you a bag of rice.” Read more

  8. Article: Sweden May Soon Require Explicit Consent for Sex
    Girls & Women

    Sweden May Soon Require Explicit Consent for Sex

    By Daniele Selby|Dec. 21, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Swedish politicians said the #MeToo movement has revealed a need for stricter laws. Read more

  9. Article: 11 Triumphs for Women and Girls in 2017
    Girls & Women

    11 Triumphs for Women and Girls in 2017

    By Daniele Selby|Dec. 21, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    There’s still more to do, but let’s take a moment to celebrate all that we’ve accomplished so far. Read more

  10. Article: 2018 Could Be the Year of the Woman
    Girls & Women

    2018 Could Be the Year of the Woman

    By Colleen Curry|Dec. 20, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    The momentum started in 2017 could result in tangible wins for gender equality. Read more