Media & Press
The Do Write Campaign has produced several original films that were written and directed by Madeleine Lippey. DWC has also been featured in numerous Media and Press around the world, including:
Click HERE to read The Huffington Post article by Madeleine Lippey: “But It Doesn’t Happen at a Place Like Stanford”
Click HERE to read The Stanford Daily article “Madeleine Lippey ’18 leads sexual assault prevention initiatives”
Click HERE to read The Wall Street Journal Article on Madeleine Lippey and The Do Write Campaign: “Online Magazine Unites Young Women”
Click HERE to read The Boston Globe article “Madeleine Lippey Hopes to Connect Young People”
Click HERE to read and listen to the WCBS New York interview with Madeleine Lippey “Stories from Main Street: Greenwich Teen Helps Young People Around the World.”
Click HERE to read The Greenwich Time article on Madeleine Lippey’s work in India “Cast Away the Contradictions, Use the Gift of Time”
Click HERE to read The Greenwich Time article on “The Do Write Campaign” in South Africa “Writing Away Wrongs: Greenwich Sophomore Initiates Global Campaign”
Click HERE to read the Teen Vogue article on Madeleine Lippey and The Do Write Campaign: “Write Your Way to a Better World? Yes, It’s Totally Possible”
Madeleine Lippey was an invited speaker at the 2011 Women Inspiration & Enterprise (WIE) Conference in New York, an annual forum organized by Arianna Huffington to raise awareness among influential women from the worlds of business, fashion, media, philanthropy and politics.
Click on the video player below to see Madeleine’s address:
In the Summer of 2011, Madeleine Lippey was invited by The Ubuntu Education Fund of South Africa to make a documentary film in the townships of Port Elizabeth to raise awareness of local teenagers affected by HIV/AIDS and domestic violence.
Click HERE to read the article on her work with The Ubuntu Education Fund: “A Young Changemaker’s Ubuntu Film”
In the Summer of 2012, Madeleine Lippey organized The Do Write Conference in South Africa, in which she brought together female American teenagers to spend three days with their same-age South African peers to discuss issues such as Women’s Rights, Domestic Abuse, HIV/AIDS, Education, Poverty, and related topics.
Click on the video player below to see clips from Madeleine Lippey’s documentary films “Fearless” and “Mandela Kids” which she wrote, directed, and filmed on-location in the Townships of Port Elizabeth, South Africa, in June, 2011 and June, 2012:
In the Summer of 2010, Madeleine Lippey volunteered to work with Cross Cultural Solutions in Dharmasala, India, where she worked with impoverished young people and members of the exiled Tibetian Community. During her time in India, he wrote a screenplay and made a film to capture her experiences to raise awareness among American teenagers.
Click on the video player below to see a clip of Madeleine Lippey’s documentary film “The Paradox of Our Age” which she wrote, directed and filmed on-location in Dharmasala, India, Summer 2010:
Click HERE to read The Herald (South Africa) article on The Do Write Conference in Port Elizabeth & Nelson Mandela Bay, June 2012: “Zwide Pupils Empowered”
Click HERE to read The Hispanic Post article on The Do Write Campaign, addressed to the young female Latina community: “Promoting Fearless Creative Expression and Positive Change, Globally” – August, 2012
Myanmar Teen, one of the leading youth magazines in Myanmar (Burma), published an article on Madeleine Lippey and The Do Write Campaign in February 2013
To read the English translation of the article, click HERE
In December 2012, Madeleine Lippey traveled to Myanmar (Burma) to research the problem of Human Trafficking of Young Women forced to work as modern-day slaves in the sex industry and as forced brides. Click on the video player below to see a clip from her documentary film “Candle Girls – Human Trafficking in Burma” which she wrote, directed, and filmed on-location in Myanmar: