United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM)

UNIFEM South Asia Office

Spots

Bell Bajao" (Ring the Bell) is an awareness and intervention campaign developed by our partner Breakthrough Trust. It urges men to take a stand against domestic violence. One out of every three women faces violence behind closed doors, so whether it's ringing a door bell to stop a crime, or speaking out, make sure you're doing your part to ensure women and families in your communities are living free of violence. It's about time we all stop being silent witnesses.

 

Brand Ambassador Boman Irani in a conscious act urges people to ring the bell. Watch the video to know how.

http://www.bellbajao.org/

 

Cricket – 55 seconds

Knock Knock. Who's there? Watch what happens when of a group of young boys playing cricket take a time out.

http://www.bellbajao.org/flim_details.php?id=87

 

Doodh (Milk) – 60 seconds

http://www.bellbajao.org/flim_details.php?id=85

 

SAKSHI, a Delhi based women’s rights organization, has developed the following 5 short films, from a UNIFEM grant, from the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women

 

HOSTILE WORK ENVIRONMENT; SPAM AND BEE; FLIRTING OR HURTING

Duration – One minute and seven seconds; one minute and thirty seconds; one minute

Description – Advocacy to create awareness on sexual harassment issues, as the bill on it is in the process of being legislated 

Hostile Work Environment

Spam

Bee

Flirting or Hurting

 

I DEFINE

Duration – Three minute and thirty seconds

Description – This is an education spot in a social context. It speaks of the experiences of differently-abled people. How so called “normal” people view their sexuality and attach assumptions based on beliefs that people with disability are asexual…..

I Define

 

POSITIVE PEOPLE

Duration – Two minutes and eighteen seconds

Description – Testimony by a positive woman on curtailing stigma and discrimination

Positive People

 

 

Audio and Video Spots on addressing Women’s Vulnerability to HIV

Prepared by Breakthrough with UNIFEM support in 2006 as part of a nationwide multi-media campaign under the CHARCA project: A joint UN initiative to address women’s and girls’ vulnerability to HIV

Videos

I wish

Are you man enough?

FTV

Audios

Do you really care?

I know you love me?

Choti badi baatein-1

Choti badi baatein-2

 

Spot on pre natal sex selection
 
 

 

Spot on life cycle of violence against women and girls
 
 

 

Spot on missing women in South Asia

 

 

 

Spot on trafficking in women and girls
 
 

 

Spot on child sexual abuse
 
 

 

30 second spot on sexual harassment prepared by the women movement in India as part of the national campaign against violence on women and girls 2004