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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.

À propos 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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Articles

  1. Article: These 11 Women Were Sexually Tortured by Mexican Officials. Now, They're Fighting Back.
    Filles et Femmes

    These 11 Women Were Sexually Tortured by Mexican Officials. Now, They're Fighting Back.

    Par Phineas Rueckert|17 novembre 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    “We’ve come here to speak out. In Mexico, justice has not been done.” En savoir plus

  2. Article: Italy Laid to Rest the Bodies of 26 Nigerian Girls Found Dead at Sea
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    Italy Laid to Rest the Bodies of 26 Nigerian Girls Found Dead at Sea

    17 novembre 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Autopsies confirmed the girls likely drowned, but they may have been en-route to being trafficked. En savoir plus

  3. Article: Rape Against Rohingya Women Is So Widespread That Groups Can't Even Measure It Accurately
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    Rape Against Rohingya Women Is So Widespread That Groups Can't Even Measure It Accurately

    Par Daniele Selby|16 novembre 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    All but one rape survivor told Human Rights Watch they were gang raped. En savoir plus

  4. Article: Activists Are Worried Turkey’s New Law Signals Future Women’s Rights Rollback
    Filles et Femmes

    Activists Are Worried Turkey’s New Law Signals Future Women’s Rights Rollback

    Par Daniele Selby|16 novembre 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Critics worry this will create a loophole to legitimize religious ceremonies marrying children. En savoir plus

  5. Article: Angelina Jolie Gave a Powerful Speech About Sexual Violence to the UN
    Filles et Femmes

    Angelina Jolie Gave a Powerful Speech About Sexual Violence to the UN

    Par Colleen Curry|16 novembre 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    "It is cheaper than a bullet and has lasting consequences." En savoir plus

  6. Article: Manchester Bombing Was An Attack on Women and Girls, Says Leading UK Prosecutor
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    Manchester Bombing Was An Attack on Women and Girls, Says Leading UK Prosecutor

    Par Imogen Calderwood|16 novembre 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    “If we eliminate attacks on women and girls, we can keep ourselves safe from terrorism.” En savoir plus

  7. Article: Drake Interrupts His Own Concert to Call Out Fan for Groping Women
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    Drake Interrupts His Own Concert to Call Out Fan for Groping Women

    Par Daniele Selby|15 novembre 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    As soon as he spotted the misbehaving fan, the rapper didn’t miss a beat — he called him out. En savoir plus

  8. Article: Canada May Change 141-Year-Old Law That Discriminates Against Indigenous Women
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    Canada May Change 141-Year-Old Law That Discriminates Against Indigenous Women

    Par Phineas Rueckert|15 novembre 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Indigenous women still face serious discrimination in Canada. En savoir plus

  9. Article: Native American Women Face High Rates of Violence, But Fear Discrimination in Courts
    Filles et Femmes

    Native American Women Face High Rates of Violence, But Fear Discrimination in Courts

    Par Andrew McMaster|15 novembre 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Many women do not seek justice for fear of discrimination. En savoir plus

  10. Article: Women Are Less Likely to Receive CPR from Bystanders Than Men
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    Women Are Less Likely to Receive CPR from Bystanders Than Men

    Par Colleen Curry|14 novembre 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    A closer look at how biases can be life-threatening. En savoir plus