Be The Voice of The 50 Million Missing Campaign!
Here’s a very easy way you can help the 50 Million Missing Campaign raise global awareness about the ongoing female genocide in India!
All you have to do is download and present a 12 minute video that we provide here that explains how and why more 50 million women have been systematically exterminated India.
We want these presentations made in all countries. We are specifically targeting schools, colleges, universities, seminars on human rights, women’s groups and other organizations, or even your friends and family!
THESE ARE THE 4 STEPS TO BEING THE VOICE OF THE CAMPAIGN
1. View and Download the film by clicking here.
2. Before you present your film to your audience explain to your audience that this is a film about how and why more than 50 million people have been exterminated from India simply because they were female. Please note this film is in English. If your audience is not English speaking, it would be wonderful if you could prepare a translated script of the film in your language. Then you could play the film on mute and narrate it to your audience in your language. This would take a little extra effort and we’d greatly appreciate it!!
3. After the film is over please ask your audience to visit our website at www.50millionmissing.info and support our campaign by signing our petition by clicking here. which demands official accountability and action from the government and international human rights bodies.
5. You can also present a Q&A video on 10 questions that are often asked about the female genocide in India. Click here for the Q&A video.
6. We’d love to hear from you on how your audience responded or questions you received. You can either leave them here below in the comment box or if you’d like us to make a blog post of how your presentation went, you could email us at email@example.com. Give us the details of when and where you made the presentation and any other feedback you want to include in less than 700 words. To view the feedback on some of the presentations already made by campaign volunteers click here.