The 2017 campaign was a huge success!
Culminating in 4 days of global action from 22-25 September, it demonstrated the power of ordinary citizens uniting across borders and speaking as one.
232 events were held in 65 countries, with over 46,000 attendees, and an online reach of more than 7.5 million.
Silent protests were organised from Indonesia to Macedonia, the hashtag #TogetherWeSpeak was the trend from the Netherlands to Uganda, and songs of freedom and resistance rang out from Tunisia to Venezuela.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the campaign in 2017!
To get the latest information on our plans for 2018 and find out how you can be involved, click HERE.
Featured eventsSee all events
Demonstration "Free Polish women - free Poland. All for one, one for all"
#Act4SDGs: NGO-Coordination post Beijing
No Means No
Maze Installation and Slam Battle - SÃO PAULO, SP
Freedom Music Festival
United States of America
Mni Wiconi Healing Gathering
Congo (the Democratic Republic of the)
MbujiMayi brise le silence
#Act4SDGs (The Millennials Movement)
GULITA / BLACK OUT CAMPAIGN
¡Alza tu voz! ¡Expresate!
Social Media Convention
Voices of changeSee all stories
Azza Soliman (Egypt)
Every day, Azza Soliman risks her own safety and freedom to defend those who have faced abuse in Egypt. She bravely speaks out for women's rights in Egypt and supports ...
Tim Levinson, aka Urthboy, is an emcee and producer hailing from Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains, Australia. A founding member of seminal Aussie hip-hop collective The Herd and co-founder ...
Ps Evan Mawarire (Zimbabwe)
A year ago, Pastor Evan Mawarire started the most subversive protest movement in Zimbabwe’s recent history, and he did it by accident. Fed up with the state of his nation, ...
Lucie Myslikova (Czech Republic)
16-year-old Girl Scout, Lucie Myslikova, became a global icon after a photo showing her confronting a group of neo-Nazis during a rally in the Czech Republic went viral. The teenager ...