A new groundbreaking campaign aiming to tackle the global rise in cultural and religious intolerance.


All of Us is a ground-breaking education campaign aiming to tackle the global rise in cultural and religious intolerance. Although made with children and young people in mind, the short animated film at the heart of the campaign resonates with people of all ages.

Women’s Interfaith Network (WIN) teamed up with award-winning animators, Animage Films, to create the ‘All of Us’ film. Inspired by the film, we have developed an education programme for primary and secondary schools and have worked with over 3,500 children in the UK. For more information about our education programme, please see our resources page. 

About WIN and our other key partnerships


Women’s Interfaith Network (WIN) was formed by Lady Gilda Levy and Pinky Lilani CBE DL in 2003, in response to the 9/11 terror attacks, to build a better more inclusive society. Gilda, a Jewish woman and Pinky, a Muslim women realised the strength of their friendship lay in their commonality as women. They wished to bring together other women from all backgrounds to build bridges by promoting friendship and embracing difference. WIN has no religious or political affiliation. ‘All of Us’ is WIN’s first project focused on schools.

WIN are thankful to the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change for funding the making of the film, and Dangoor Education of the Exilarch’s Foundation for funding the education programme.

Animage Films is an award-winning animation company run by Ruth Beni and Richard Burdett. Many of their projects tackle difficult social issues.



Please click to look through our gallery of images from workshops and stills from the All of Us film.