Exposing cultural blind spots & systematic failures through filmmaking.
Haya is an Oscar and two-time Emmy-award winning documentary filmmaker, director, producer, and educator. Her interests lie in themes like the connection between climate change and mental health, disability, ethnic conflict, and how societies behave when people grapple with conflict daily.
Using visual art and storytelling to document the impact of conflict on Kashmiri society.
Tabish is focused on the mechanisms of occupier states, blueprints of appropriation, culture, and solution-oriented societal critiques.
Uplifting stories of BIPOC and underrepresented immigrant communities through film.
Zamzam immigrated with her family to the United States in 2006 from a refugee camp in Kenya and is currently an aspiring director at Emerson College. She was awarded the Catalyst for Change Award from Maine Youth Action Network for her first documentary, “Reason 4369,” which she began working on when she was just 15.
September 6, 2023
Our guest speaker is Kumi Naidoo, a South African human rights and climate justice activist.Apply
October 6-9, 2023
Join Palestinian civil society professionals to discuss the state and future of our work in this field.Apply
August 9, 2023
Our featured speaker is honorary GATHER Member Vanessa Nakate, a Ugandan climate justice activist.Apply
April 13, 2023
GATHER Fellows and GATHER Members are invited to meet our the 2022 Artivism Fellows. These 15 writers, musicians, filmmaker...Apply
March 18-19, 2023
GATHER+91 is a two-day invite-only convening for changemakers in the region. GATHER members working in the social impact se...Apply
May 26-31, 2022
An annual convening to celebrate the global network of local community leaders, share best practices, build relationships a...Apply
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