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Stars Call For Extra Funding So UK Bullying & Harassment Reporting Body Can Launch On Time

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Stars including Keira Knightley, Emerald Fennell and Gemma Chan have called for extra funding so that the UK’s new bullying and harassment reporting body for the film and TV industries can launch on time.

The trio are three of 25 to have signed an open letter to the creative industries seeking a “final commitment to the creation of the CIISA, the new independent standards authority designed to keep our creative industries safe and to secure your support to this essential part of the ecosystem that is currently missing.” Others to have signed include Cara Delevingne, Carey Mulligan, Rebecca Ferguson and Naomie Harris.

The letter with signatories can be found below. The body was first mooted three years ago in the wake of the Noel Clarke allegations, which he denies, by Time’s Up UK, but funds have been slow to come by.

CIISA has said that it will only be able to launch at the end of this year, its target date, if it receives more from the broadcasters and lead bodies in theater music and film.

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