In 2012, 132 journalists were killed. This video explores crimes committed against
journalism, and the difficult choice journalists in many countries face between telling
the truth and risking their lives.
Labor Rights Violations
Far too often, people are unaware of the back-story of the clothes they wear. Below
if a video exploring the origin of various items of clothing, and how people are
inadvertently supporting sweatshops and labor rights violations.
"Perfect" Male Body Image
While issues of women's body image have risen to the main stream, similar topics
in regards to men are far too often overlooked. Here, the desires of women are
compared to what men assume they want to juxtapose the reality versus the misconception.
Social Media and Privacy
93% of Facebook users agree to the terms and conditions without ever having read them.
This video seeks to raise awareness about understanding how much information is being
shared to vast audiences on social media, and how often people are unaware of the impacts.
Child Not Bride
Women from the Salzburg Academy discuss their favorite childhood memories, their
first crushes, and other concepts related to having lived a free and single life. These
memories are then contrasted with the limited lives of girls forced into marriage.
Open Data #now
We live in an age of open information. However, having knowledge and seeking action
are not the same.
What Is Love?
Love for love's sake is a human right; defining who to love and how to love can't be
instructed or decided by anyone else.
The addictiveness and all-encompassing factors of social media can end up costing
individual's a great deal.
Social Media for Change: Tweeting Against Online Sexism
This video explores the ability for social change via social networks, and how one
proactive message can reach a vast audience.