A sixty-second video as introduction to the website sets the tone of the Foundation’s mission: three portraits of women, who represent women everywhere and are filmed during a moment of their daily lives –a student at a café terrace, a mum or young grandmother playing with a kid in a park, a woman in a car leaving for a dinner. They are all very natural, elegant and full of life. Text then appears superimposed on the image: the two objectives of the Foundation and some key information which show us that the problem of violence concerns us all, men and women alike. The film has no dialogue, it comes with sounds from the street and a piano music on the last 20 seconds. - The PPR Corporate Foundation fights violence against women and promotes women’s empowerment. - At least one out of three women around the world has been beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused in her lifetime. Violence towards women devastates lives and stalls development. Women are the heart of communities’ equilibrium as they are the cornerstone of pillars such as family, education, and economy. Once viewed, the movie can be shut down and becomes a part of the homepage puzzle.
 

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Employees of Kering and the brands: volunteer to the benefit of women!

Solidarity Missions available for the employees of Kering and the brands in 2014 It is time to prepare for a rich experience of two-week volunteering in a developing country: learn more about opportunities available by April 2014 and choose your destination on the intranet. More information

Overview of a 5-year action to fight violence against women

A 5-year action against violence 1 in 3 women around the world is beaten, coerced into sex or otherwise abused in her lifetime. This is the stark fact was the impetus for setting up the Foundation to combat violence against women in 2009. More information

Kering and the Kering Foundation signed a new Charter against domestic violence in Italy

Kering and the Kering Foundation signed a new Charter against domestic violence in Italy On November 14, Kering, the Kering Foundation and the Italian NGO Donne in Rete contro la violenza  (D.i.Re) signed a charter in Milano with the aim of raising the Group’s employees’ knowledge and awareness of domestic violence.  Learn More

Mapuche style for the Winter!

Launch of 1,200 co-branded beanies by Volcom & Relmu Witral As a 2012 winner of the Kering Foundation’s Social Entrepreneurs Awards, Relmu Witral has benefited from a 1-year mentoring from a Volcom employee on marketing and distribution strategies. Learn More

Clinton Global Initiative 2013: Special Session on Girls and Women

Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting François-Henri Pinault shared Kering and Gucci’s commitment in women cause. More information

White Ribbon For Women Campaign 2013!

Overview of the White Ribbon for Women Campaign 2013 In order to raise awareness of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on 25 November, Stella McCartney designed a special White Ribbon for Women badge in partnership with the Kering Foundation. This year, the badge was distributed in stores and shared online. 55 million people were reached by the campaign! More information

Stop Violence Against Women

In order to create the maximum impact in combating violence against women, the Foundation will focus on one cause in each of the following three regions:
- Sexual Violence in The Americas
- Harmful Traditional Practices in Western Europe
- Domestic Violence in Asia



 

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