Today we have an update on our new podcast, a special February offer, and four new ‘Sisters for Sale’ film screenings in Bali, New York, Sydney, and New Jersey!
It’s seven years this week since I started working full-time on ‘The Human, Earth Project’. It’s been a long, strange, challenging, exciting, frustrating, rewarding journey, and I’m looking forward to seeing where it leads us next…
‘Sisters for Sale’ podcast
It’s now been three weeks since our podcast first launched, and the reception so far has been wonderful. We now have regular listeners all over the world, and have had a great response to the accompanying images we’ve been sharing via our Instagram account.
If you haven’t yet started listening, you’ve got some catching up to do! The first four episodes are now available, with a new episode released each Tuesday. You can find all episodes on any of these platforms: Buzzsprout, Stitcher, Spotify, and Google Podcasts.
If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review and rating wherever you found it – that really helps other people find it. Don’t forget to subscribe to receive each new episode!
Special February offer
The podcast tells the story behind our multi-award-winning ‘Sisters for Sale’ documentary. The first part of that story has now been released as the ‘Every Stranger’s Eyes’ ebook.
There are now many of you listening to our podcast who haven’t yet seen the documentary, so I thought it would be nice to do something special for you.
For the next ten days – until Friday 28th February – all orders of the ‘Every Stranger’s Eyes’ ebook will also receive complimentary access to the documentary. You can order the ebook here.
Please note that this offer is not available in certain parts of Asia – please find the details here on our website.
Upcoming ‘Sisters for Sale’ film screenings
After a recent screening in Thailand and our first German-language screening in Dortmund earlier this month, I have another series of documentary screenings to announce today:
Thursday 27th February at The Bridge at the Green School in Ubud, Bali. This 10:30am screening will be open to the public – details here.
Tuesday 10th March at the Salvation Army auditorium on East 52nd Street in New York City. This 2:30pm screening is part of the CSW 64 (the 64th Commission on the Status of Women), which is the United Nations’ largest annual gathering on women’s rights. Katie Carriero, who has been managing ‘The Human, Earth Project’ over the past two years, will be speaking at this event. It’s a free event, with priority given to registered members and attendees of CSW 64.
Wednesday 11th March at the Juanita Nielsen Community Centre in Sydney. This 7:30pm screening is a free event (with free chocolate!) hosted by Films for Change. Donations are encouraged. Ben will be there to present the film personally – places are limited, register here.
Friday 27th March at Rutger University’s Paul Robeson Student Centre in Newark, New Jersey. This 6pm screening is part of the Women’s History Month 2020 film festival – details here.
Thanks for being part of our journey,