Ten years ago a small band of women came up with an idea

A couple of landmark reports had come out on the harms of sexualising girls. Melinda Tankard Reist wrote a book – Getting Real – on the issue. People were asking: ‘What can we do?’

So we met to discuss it, bringing our backgrounds in journalism, women's health, aid and development, eating disorder treatment and education to the table.

The rest is history. 

See our most recent wins here or click here for an A-Z list of wins and past campaigns.


Clothing retailer Best & Less responds to complaints

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The petition calling on ZOO magazine to apologise and scrap its 'hottest asylum seeker competition' accumulated over 6000 signatures. 

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Ever thought emails and complaints weren't worth the effort? Read on

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And "Naughty Nicole" takes out prize for most popular entry with anti-sexism message

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UPDATE "Naughty Nicole" wins Mossimo's Peepshow competition with her entry, "Mossimo Peepshow = sexist rubbish" Read more below.

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In one of the fastest responses to consumer complaints that we’ve seen, Kmart has withdrawn a range of underwear with sexualised slogans and issued an...

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Unilever complains Collective Shout encouraged complaints

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Film depicting extreme sexual violence now banned in Australia

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Lynx's event application 'misleading and inaccurate' Sydney City Council rejects Lynx's application for a second event Collective Shout supporters have today received letters from the...

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Collective Shout speaks out against billboards depicting violence against women and gets results Collective Shout supporter Patrice had posted a message about this billboard on...

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