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The Global Goals Call on You to Fight for Freedom for Girls this International Day of the Girl

The film featuring Beyoncé was directed by MJ Delaney and produced by Moxie Pictures

The Global Goals Call on You to Fight for Freedom for Girls this International Day of the Girl

Every day girls around the world are fighting for their freedom. This International Day of the Girl the United Nations are calling on you to join them and raise your voice:
 
1. Share the film and tell them what #FreedomForGirls means to you
 
In 2015 when leaders signed up to the UN Sustainable Development Goals – the Global Goals - they made a promise – to empower all girls. There has been progress but we need to keep up the pressure. If we work together we can make sure world leaders deliver and every girl grows up healthy, safe, empowered and able to fulfil her dreams. 

This new film from director MJ Delaney featuring ‘Freedom’ by Beyoncé, calls for action on some of the biggest challenges girls face like access to education, child marriage and the threat of violence.

 
Last year the UN asked you to share #WhatIReallyReallyWant for girls and women – this year they want you to raise your voice for freedom.
 
This can’t wait – we need action now if we are to achieve the Global Goals and equality for all girls.
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Graphic Designer: Bashan Aquart

Creative Agency

Creative Agency: Project Everyone

Music and Sound

Music Supervision: Toby Slade-Baker

Music Agency: Thirty Two Music

Offline

Editor: Jonathan Wing

Post Production / VFX

Telecine: Paul Harrison (Freefolk)

Production Company

Production Company: Moxie Pictures

Producer: Lucy Tate

DOP: Leo Bund, Sergei Franklin

Director: MJ Delaney

Costume Designer: PC Williams

Art Director : Chantel Carter

Genre: Action , Editing , People , choreography