Girls can do anything

For International Women's Day, DreamWorks Animation is reminding girls around the world they have the power to achieve. Ambition, courage, perseverance - girls have many super powers. And these qualities, just like those of boys', are awesome. One powerful character is She-Ra, surrounded by the Princesses of Power. Join She-Ra in fighting the good fight - and forge a #BalanceforBetter in the world.

Balance must be restored

Many girls do not yet realise the power they have.


Teacher, parents, caregivers - for International Womens Day watch the video above then access the practical She-Ra IWD Video Discussion Guide to stimulate important discussion amongst children. Help foster open mindsets in children, challenge stereotypes and bias, nurture confidence and build self-belief. 


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Gender balance is key at Dreamworks Animation

At DreamWorks Animation, women are leading the charge! Dreamworks' She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is all about the power, fierceness, and realness of women. The writing staff is all female and the show is re-imagined by, female cartoonist and animation producer, Noelle Stevenson. Women make up slightly more than 25% of creatives working in animation studios in and around Los Angeles, which is why She-Ra's majority female crew is so important in helping achieve a better balance for women.

Committed to putting women’s storytelling first, the new She-Ra is revolutionary because it celebrates that the majority of the characters are girls and they can achieve their best as well as anybody else can. She-Ra is full of many strong female characters who support each other. They can be flawed and make mistakes and come back together and be stronger together. Ultimately, She-Ra is a show about how different young women step up into leadership roles, learn about themselves, and make a positive difference in each other’s lives and their world.

Show your super power

Share your super power on social media using #IWD2019 + #BalanceforBetter + #SheRa - and find your inner hero. Which character do you relate to most?

Join She-Ra and the Princesses of Power on Netflix.
 


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