Speak Out Campaign

The “Speak Out” campaign by the Love Foundation in Thailand is a powerful initiative aimed at raising awareness about crucial social issues and encouraging individuals to find their voices and speak up against injustice, discrimination, and inequality.

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What we do ?

One of the primary objectives of the campaign is to break the silence surrounding taboo topics such as mental health, gender-based violence, LGBTQ+ rights, and discrimination against marginalized communities. Through various mediums such as social media campaigns, community events, workshops, and artistic expressions, the Love Foundation engages with people to spark conversations, challenge stereotypes, and foster empathy and understanding.

The campaign also aims to empower individuals to become advocates for change in their communities by providing them with resources, support, and guidance on how to effectively communicate their concerns, raise awareness, and mobilize others to take action.

Moreover, the Speak Out campaign emphasizes the importance of creating safe spaces where individuals feel comfortable expressing themselves without fear of judgment or reprisal. By promoting a culture of openness, acceptance, and inclusivity, the Love Foundation seeks to create a more compassionate and equitable society where everyone’s voice is valued and respected.

Through its innovative approach and unwavering commitment to social justice, the Speak Out campaign continues to inspire individuals to speak up, stand up, and make a difference in the world.

Our Report.

In 2019, with the support of Rainbow Grant, the Love Foundation launched its Speak Out campaign across various social media platforms to enhance HIV education and awareness among young people in Thailand. Join us as Teak Sowaprux, Co-founder of Love Foundation, shares the organization’s vision to destigmatize conversations about HIV and foster an open environment for information sharing.

With HIV still a heavily stigmatized topic, Love Foundation effectively utilized these platforms to spread HIV awareness and education. The campaign garnered significant engagement, including 21,028 likes, 21,377 followers, and reached 2,409,954 viewers with 238,742 engagements. Through content voiced by doctors and community influencers, the campaign offered diverse perspectives, fostering meaningful conversations and community involvement in HIV education.

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