In these increasingly disconnected and divided times, what we really need is to unite. This is why we want to share stories of people coming together for a common goal.
The following short documentary films tell the true stories of some incredible groups who are working together to overcome the barriers they face. Share your story with #UniteFor.
Despite living in deplorable conditions, the children of the Kibera Slum in Kenya have found new hope, uniting over their love of ballet.
Not only is the traditionally elitist world of ballet unifying disadvantaged yet talented children and their families, it is also setting the scene for a new generation of dancers of all colors, personalities and abilities. These children represent their community and their spirit through this beautiful art of dance.
Mike Wamaya, Ballet teacher
95-year-old Mark Sertich is the world’s oldest living hockey player, proving that age is nothing but a number.
Mark still plays competitive hockey three times a week, with players more than half his age. In fact, the only time Mark stopped playing hockey was when he served during WW2.
The age gap between young and old is a huge social issue. Not to mention the loneliness of senior members of society. Together, these guys are uniting over their love of sport, whilst breaking down the boundaries and stereotypes of age.
Motorbikes have always been a huge part of Indian culture, but it's usually men who are sat in the driving seat.
The ‘Bikerni’ is an all-female biker club, created with the ambition to overcome gender inequality.
The group now consists of over one hundred women who have united together to tour, stunt and race around the country.
Women of all ages, religions and sects of society unite together over their love of the open road, subverting traditional stereotypes and breaking down the boundaries of tradition along the way.
Vaishali More, 48
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