What's on?

Here's what is coming up. If you are at any of these events please come and say hello.

If you would like to request a Collective Shout representative at your next event head to our bookings page.

  • Saturday, July 08, 2017 at 03:00 PM
    Carey Baptist Chapel in Penrose, New Zealand

    Pornography & the Sexualisation of Girls: Why I'm an Activist - NZ


    Hagar NZ has organised for Collective Shout's Melinda Tankard Reist to speak at an event in Auckland, New Zealand on Saturday 8, July 2017. Melinda will be discussing why she became an activist and her journey to confront the sexualisation of girls in our culture, the prevalence and accessibility of violent pornography, and the objectification of women in media.

    Melinda is also an Ambassador for Hagar and has a longtime personal connection to Hagar's work with women and children survivors of extreme human rights abuse, such as human trafficking and sexual exploitation. 

    For our supporters in Auckland, tickets are only $9.99 so if you are nearby and available, join Melinda and Hagar NZ for the afternoon. You can book your tickets here

  • Saturday, September 09, 2017 at 08:45 AM · $69.00 AUD
    Crossway Centre in Burwood East, Australia

    Resilient Kids Conference 2017



    Top experts speak on issues affecting children and teens.

    Topics include: tackling anxiety in young people, building resilience strategies in children and teenagers, helping our girls develop a healthy body image and much more.

    Melinda Tankard Reist, author, activist and founder of Collective Shout will be speaking on the sexualisation of children.

    This one day only conference is suited to parents of children and teenagers, Youth leaders, Chaplains, Teachers & Ed Support staff.

    Ticket prices are $69 per person. Please note: ***this ticket fee does not include food or drinks. A café is open on site and you are welcome to BYO food and drinks for the day.

    Please book your tickets direct via the Resilient kids conference web site here.


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Everyday our young people are exposed to more brands continuing to sexualise girls and objectify women. You can bring change to this sexploitation, stop companies from degrading women and prevent its devastating effects on young people.

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