While most of us are used to signing a petition by hand, a new campaign is getting people to sign with their face to help end violence against women and girls in the Pacific.
Called Face It Together, it’s a visual petition by the UN Women National Committee in Australia that’s encouraging people to pledge their photo instead of a signature.
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Coinciding with International Women’s Day on Mar. 8, the petition aims to create a single portrait of all the men, women and children who have submitted their photo, representing those who have contributed. Read more…
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