To Kill A Tiger

Academy Award® Nominee - Best Documentary Feature Film|Streaming Now Worldwide on Netflix

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WHO WE SEEK TO ENGAGE
This group includes activists, feminists, and individuals who are working to end gender-based violence and inequality. They are already engaged in social justice issues and are likely to be early supporters of the campaign.
Survivors of sexual violence and their allies, such as friends, family members, and support networks, are a crucial part of the audience. The campaign empowers survivors and encourages their allies to stand with them.
Engaging men and boys is a central theme of #StandWithHer. This audience includes individuals who are willing to challenge toxic masculinity and support male allyship.
Teachers, school administrators, and youth group leaders are important because they can influence young minds and promote discussions about healthy relationships and consent.
This group includes lawmakers, legal professionals, and advocates who can champion legal and policy reforms to support survivors and challenge patriarchal practices.
Journalists, media outlets, and social media influencers can help amplify the campaign's messages and reach a broader audience.
Community leaders, including religious and cultural figures, can play a role in challenging deeply entrenched notions of honor and shame.
The campaign aims to raise awareness of gender justice as an international human rights issue. lndividuals and organizations involved in global human rights advocacy are key allies.
Those who are willing to attend screenings, facilitate discussions, or volunteer their time and resources to support the campaign's initiatives.
Ultimately, the campaign seeks to engage a wider public audience who may not be deeply involved in activism but can contribute by attending events, sharing information, and supporting the cause in various ways.
what you can do
Stand with us in the fight for gender justice. Support the #StandWithHer campaign and become a part of the collective effort to end patriarchal practices and toxic masculinity.
on all social media platforms and engage with the #StandWithHer campaign to raise the profile of the film.
Take the time to learn about the impact of patriarchy and toxic masculinity on our society. Understanding the issues is the first step towards change.
Use your voice to advocate for legal, policy, and cultural reforms that empower survivors of sexual violence. Write to your local representatives and demand action.
Encourage men and boys to become allies in the struggle for gender justice. Share stories like Ranjit's to inspire alternative examples of power and masculinity rooted in human rights.
Participate in the screenings and discussions organized by #StandWithHer in your community. Engage in conversations about toxic masculinity, consent, and healthy relationships. Bring a man - or two - or three - to a screening with you. Then #TalkAboutIt
Stand up for the rights of survivors of sexual violence. Support the effort to create legal funds for survivors pursuing justice and contribute to programs that promote cultural change.
Be willing to challenge traditional notions of honor and shame that perpetuate silence around sexual assault. Encourage open discussions and provide safe spaces for survivors to share their experiences.
Share the stories and messages of #StandWithHer on social media and in your community. Raise awareness about the prevalence of sexual violence and the need for change.
Recognize the role of culture in perpetuating sexual violence and misogyny. Support efforts to change cultural narratives and promote healthy masculinity.