Harmony Institute conducts research to understand how media works. We use scientifically-grounded research methods to track how ideas expressed through media affect individuals and society.
The Samuel Lawrence Foundation strives to foster growth in science and medicine, arts, and education through programs and advocacy. Our nimble foundation undertakes projects of philanthropy, reform, and community engagement through funding small teams of inspired individuals, often with microgrants. The Samuel Lawrence Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in USA.
VERSE is the revolutionary new cloud-based storytelling platform that lets marketers, filmmakers and journalists create elegant, immersive interactive videos easily and affordably—with no coding whatsoever.
The Free2Work app allows consumers to scan the barcodes of products and help consumers avoid buying products made with slave labour. The app was developed by Not For Sale and has been licensed to The Abolish Foundation to be used as the call to action for the film Slavery is Over, currently under development by Wishing Step Pictures.
Not For Sale protects people and communities around the world from modern-day slavery and human trafficking. You can learn more about Not For Sale by clicking here.
To support initiatives intended to combat social problems of a global scale such as modern slavery, gender inequality, environmental destruction, and human rights abuses.
Wishing Step Pictures and The Abolish Foundation wish to thank the many sponsors, supporters, and partners who have generously shared their resources, time, and knowledge to create innovative video content and social impact campaigns.