Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media
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Symposiums on Gender in Media

Global Symposiums 2014

Our upcoming symposiums will be held:

New York, McGraw Hill, Sept. 22

Washington D.C., U.S. Institute of Peace, Sept. 23

Los Angeles, AMC Century City 15, Oct. 6

Watch the Washington, DC event through a live video stream and participate in live chat. Learn more.

Our symposiums convene leading CEOs and decision makers in the entertainment industry, corporations and non-profit organizations interested in the empowerment of women and girls.

We will be presenting research findings from the first-ever Global Gender in Film Study, which analyzes female character representation and portrayals in the top 11 theatrical box office grossing countries.

The study investigates each country’s locally produced films including: Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Russia, South Korea, United Kingdom, and United States. This is a quantitative study that looks at a number of key data points including representation comparisons, portrayals, attributes, sexuality, and careers.

The symposiums will center around high-level panel discussions focusing on the impact of global film on women and girls as well as best practices to drive change.

See our listing of our Honorary Committee members.

PLEASE JOIN US

Symposiums are an exclusive benefit for See Jane members.

Please contact Elizabeth Kilpatrick for sponsorship information.

Thank You to our
Generous Partners and Sponsors

2014 Symposium Partners

  • AMC Theatres
  • MAKERS
  • Mcgraw Hill
  • MSMC
  • US Institute of Peace
    @usip
  • USC Annenberg
  • Women & Girls Lead
    @womengirlslead

2014 Symposium Sponsors

Platinum

  • Google
  • Rockefeller Foundation
  • UN Women Beijing
  • UN Women
  • Zions Bank

Bronze

  • CBS
  • Walt Disney Co.
  • ITVS
  • The Harnisch Foundation
  • FOX Audience Strategy
  • Global Partnership Forum
  • Global Summit of Women
  • PGA Women's Impact Network
  • EDGE
  • Valhalla Entertainment
  • Hollywood Reporter
  • Zehner Foundation

IF SHE CAN SEE IT, SHE CAN BE IT