News from the why
Film of The Month - No Burqas Behind Bars
No Burqas Behind Bars is a documentary shot inside one of the most restrictive places on the planet, Takhar Prison in Afghanistan. Watch for free at WHY WOMEN throughout september!
Internship - Autumn 2016
As an intern you will be an essential part of our team – your opinions and input will be valued. The intern will support our project managers developing and executing THE WHY’s projects, and executing some administrative tasks.
FILM OF THE MONTH: IRON LADIES OF LIBERIA
THE WHY now presents more amazing documentaries about girls and women's rights, health and wellbeing. A new film will be uploaded every month.
Raising awareness of the challenges faced by women and girls globally. The project consists of 10 short films, 3 documentary films and various outreach activities and educational material.
A collection of thought-provoking and inspiring documentary films about the world we live in, made by acclaimed filmmakers.
The final package of six Why Slavery? films will premier to a global audience of more than 500 million people in the Spring/Summer of 2017 through a network of 65+ Broadcasters. The films will provide the cornerstone of a public media campaign about modern day slavery.
Eight documentaries from award-winning filmmakers and 34 shorts from new and emerging talents. The films are moving, subtle and thought-provoking stories, but they also tackle big issues and pose difficult questions - starting the conversation: Why poverty?
17 thought-provoking short films, which deal with personal, political and rights issues around the theme ‘What does democracy mean to me?’