Related Organisations and Websites
4Beauty – Channel 4’s list of the 8 best body confidence websites on the net
Adios Barbie – a website promoting healthy body image and self-image for people of all cultures and sizes.
All Walks Beyond the Catwalk – a fashion industry initiative collaborating with designers and professional models to challenge some of the industry’s long-held ideas about female size, shape and age.
Any Body – a non-profit organisation encouraging a change in cultural attitudes towards bodies, food and eating so that women and children of the next generation can learn to be happy in and look after their bodies.
B-eat – a leading UK charity for people with eating disorders and their families.
Beautiful Just the Way You Are – a US campaign protesting against the objectification of girls and women in US culture.
Centre for Appearance Research – an academic research centre at the University of West England which focuses on appearance-related concerns.
Carol Collins – President of the International Federation of Image Consultants and a supporter of the Campaign for Body Confidence.
Central YMCA – a health charity using advocacy and education to change attitudes toward health, including body image.
Cooltobe.me – a website dedicated to showcasing female rolemodels from all walks of life.
Disney Princess Recovery – a fascinating blog by a mother trying to steer her daughter away from aspiring to be a Disney Princess.
Fed Up Inc. – an LA-based organisation which educates young people on body image, self esteem and healthy living to prevent eating disorders.
Front Page Campaign – an excellent charity aiming to protect children from inappropriate sexualised imagery in the media.
Girl Guiding UK – Girl Guiding UK conducts research and campaigns around girls’ health, self-esteem and body image.
Hughes Models – a UK-based modelling agency specialising in models of dress size 12 and above.
Muse in the Mirror – a pro-esteem website developed to inspire positive body image.
My Body Beautiful – a support website helping to build self-esteem and offering body confidence workshops.
Natural Beauty: Keeping it Real – a campaign organised by 17 year old Kaya Cheyanne in connection with Channel 4.
Object – an organisation dedicated to challenging the sexual objectification of women in the media and popular culture.
Pink Stinks – a campaign and social enterprise that challenges the culture of pink which invades every aspect of girls’ lives.
Turn Your Back on Page 3 – a campaign against ‘Page 3 culture’, objectification of women in the media, sexism and violence against women.