Global Campaigns That Create Real Societal Change
We work with leading creative talent, celebrities, influencers and real people to regularly create powerful campaigns designed to challenge discrimination and bullying behaviours within society.
Choose Kindness with Simple & Little Mix
We partnered with our friends at Simple who joined forces with Little Mix to take a stand against online hate. This campaign seeks to wipe away unkind words on the internet and promote kindness on social media. Click below to find out more, and read our interview with Little Mix.
Pride 2019 with River Island
For Pride 2019, we’re partnering with our friends at River Island on their We Are One Unisex collection. River Island’s unique Pride clothing collection raises vital funds for Ditch the Label’s anti-bullying work and empowers us to fight the homophobia and transphobia that young people can face on a daily basis. Click here to shop the collection…
Ditch Labels, Ditch Bullying
To mark anti-bullying week in the UK, we’ve partnered up with LYNX, the UK’s leading male grooming brand on their recent ‘Ditch Labels, Ditch Bullying’ campaign which challenges guys to destroy the words they’ve been personally labelled with.
Support Women, Support The World
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2019, we are proud to be working with Sweaty Betty on their Support Women, Support The World campaign. Working with them on their vision to support women worldwide, Sweaty Betty sold a limited edition collection of tops raising vital funds for Ditch the Label.
This is our vision. This is our purpose. This is our manifesto. Our new video showcases Ditch the Label and our ethos for a world that is fair, equal and free from all types of bullying.
Is it an Insta Lie? Social media vs. reality.
We’re all guilty of twisting the truth a little bit on social media, but at which point has it gone too far? We’ve partnered with boohoo.com to expose the most common lies that people tell on social media.
Right now, more than ever before – the world needs love. A love that is fairly equal and prejudice-free and doesn’t discriminate based on gender, sexuality, race or any other characteristic.
The Body Confidence Revolution
1 in 2 are unhappy with how their body looks and it’s no surprise when there’s little visibility of diverse body shapes in the media we consume. We’re taking a stand with our body image social experiment.
We Like Your Face
We ran a series of intimate photography sessions in the Ditch the Label studio and invited our supporters along to donate their unedited, raw headshots for our public gallery.