“We asked some kids to do some chores. And then paid the girls less than the boys. Just like in the real world”.
Not only is this heartwarming, it’s a glimpse at how the media landscape is changing. Long-form content commissioned by a brand with no obvious product placement or mention. Clever.
There are 146 numbers saved in my phone with the prefix ‘JAFC’ — Just Another Football Club. When I set up Hackney Laces 6 years ago, that’s what we were. A single club for girls in my borough. And now it’s morphed in to so much more.
This beautiful little film made by Aram Atkinson manages to capture Canada – in about 90 seconds.
Woman are underrepresented in the creative industry. Study upon study shows gaps in pay; job function; seniority …
I work at Nice and Serious. As a studio of 17 in London and 3 in New York, we have 6 women. 3 are in project management roles, 2 creatives and one in senior management. Whilst we are above industry average, we know there’s so much more to do. There’s also so much more we need to understand about the issue. Why aren’t we getting more job applications from women? How can we attract women to both us as an agency and the industry as a whole?
Every day we’re bombarded with information about our food. From offers and nutritional claims to ingredient labels and on-pack information like sustainability credentials – it’s pretty hard to work out what’s important and what it actually means.
On Sunday 25th September, at c.220pm I broke my face. I was playing 11-aside football, jumped up for a 50/50 challenge to head the ball and then .. BOOM.
For the next three weeks, This Because has set up shop in Soho. Stocking only beautifully designed, sustainable products, you’ll find all kinds of gems. Like tote bags made from old bouncy castles. Or this beer made from bread waste. Pop in, have a peruse and say hello to the wonderful Zoë, the brains behind this fantastic business.
Find This Because at 18 Broadwick Street, London, W1F 8HS. Opening times: 10-8pm Monday – Saturday | 11 – 6 Sundays until 14th December.
At a time when our world feels more divided than united, Ben and Jerry’s have taken a stand calling everyone to come together. After all, love still trumps hate.
In this film, an older generation of women share their experiences of inequality and their hopes for future generations. Now, girls can do anything – even run for president of the USA.