G100 Media Arts & Communication brings together women leaders (supported by men) who are forward-thinkers from all areas of media, creative arts, entertainment and communication domains to explore a variety of issues that greatly impact women: from human rights and women’s leadership, to storytelling across platforms and empowering the next generation of women to emerge as creative and communication powerhouses.
We are deeply committed to supporting the advancement and growth of women in our sector through connection, coalition, collaboration and celebration, hence we welcome an inclusive and inspired attitude of positivity, passion and purpose towards our mandate.
Our Global Mission
As a group of women leaders, - We will join our voices to highlight the social, economic, cultural and professional achievements of women in the media arts & communication sector, and actively counter policies that threaten our core values and rights as women globally. We will proffer solutions and offer normative policy recommendations to multilateral institutions that will help us achieve full gender equality and empowerment of women across all ambits and domains of the media arts sector globally.
By the global leadership of the G100 Global Chair, along with her denim partner, the global advisory council and the inclusive insights fostered from the cross-continental and intersectional networks enabled by our 100 country clubs across the world, G100 will gather a rich repository of expertise and experience with global and grassroots engagement - toward co-creating with the central Secretariat, a holistic Vision Document for presenting policy suggestions and recommendations to multilateral institutions like the UN, and governments agencies globally.
We are aware of the important role that different domains of the media play in framing conversations and narratives about women in different sectors and how we must elevate and improve the presentation and representation of women better if we are going to foster a gender-equal future in this decade.
Media is at the core of equitable development and having more women play at the centre of leadership in various domains is important to support development and create balance - in terms of freedom, capacity, and sustainability. We can use our different domains to help facilitate trade and transmit ideas and innovation across boundaries. Our work also supports human development, bringing health, technology, education, culture and information to those who need them.
As gatekeepers of information, content creators, communicators, artists, stakeholders and broadcasters of ideas, news or content; in whichever domain or segment of communication we operate in, we need to improve the way women are seen and heard, by using our platforms to speak out, co-creating synergies for advancement, encouraging women to be part of policy-making, amplify their voices and give them opportunities to claim space for the social and economic benefits of ALL.