If we’re really going to get to the other side of eating disorders, something’s gotta give … What IS it?

Until June 15, 2016, we invite you to share your answers to this question.

Whatever your knowledge or experience or impressions are of eating disorders – be it first hand, through a loved one, as a practitioner, or at a distance – we want to hear from you.

You may answer our question as many times as you like, by finishing this thought: One thing that’s gotta give is… Each answer is a single submission. We know there are many potential answers to our question, so we encourage you to submit multiple times.

Written submissions (not including attachments or links) should not exceed 500 words. (We want you to be as focused, succinct and articulate as possible.) Submissions can attach, include or take the form of any of the following:

  • Editorials / Blogs / Essays
  • Video Clips / Sound Tracks
  • Music / Lyrics / Poems
  • Photos / Art / sculpture
  • Data / Evidence / Research
  • Policy Positions

Remember, this campaign isn’t about anger or blame. It’s about constructive action, compassionate resolve, and the power within and among us to achieve real change. We do reserve the right not to feature or post what we deem to be inappropriate content. Your submission may be featured on our website, and/or highlighted as part of our documentary. If you would prefer your submission to remain anonymous, or unattributed, please clearly indicate that intent with your submission.

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WAYS TO SUBMIT

Your submission may be featured on our website, and/or highlighted as part of our documentary. If you would prefer your submission to remain anonymous, or unattributed, please clearly indicate that intent with your submission (Use the name Anonymous and the the email address anonymous@sggcampaign.org for your email submissions).

1. Email

to Submissions@sggcampaign.org
or fill out the form below:

Attachments (ie. Multi-page submission, papers, picture, poem, art - Please keep under 3MB)

2. Post on Social Media

via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram:

Always use the hashtag #SGG, and our account name or handle.


#SGG

3. Snail Mail to:

SGG Campaign
c/o Looking Glass Foundation
4116 Angus Drive
Vancouver, BC
V6J 4H9

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