We collaborate with other international organisations, to promote justice and dignity for women and children.
Safe World for Women focuses on under-reported issues and current affairs affecting women and children throughout the world.
We syndicate news from our International Partners to bring women's issues to the forefront of global dialogue.
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Trust.org is a gateway to the services of the Thomson Reuters Foundation, dedicated to empowering people in need with trusted information and free legal assistance.
A registered charity in the United States and United Kingdom, the Thomson Reuters Foundation leverages the skills, values and expertise across Thomson Reuters to promote the rule of law, save lives in disasters and improve standards of journalism.
Global Press Institute is a not-for-profit media organization that trains and employs women across the developing world to be ethical, investigative journalists.
Since 2006, GPI has trained 117 women across 24 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe, who now publish ethical, investigative, professional news features via GPI’s online Newswire and on 35 major syndication partners worldwide. In all, more than 5 million people have access to GPI's unique and important news coverage each month. Read More
Starting from a writing assignment to cover global women’s news for the UN Commission on the Status of Women in 2006, director Lys Anzia saw the vital need to report the many times hard and suffering stories of women. WNN news stories have appeared on UN affiliate and agency publications through WUNRN – Women’s UN Report Network and UN-INSTRAW, the United Nations Institute of Training and Research for the Advancement of Women, UN Women and much more. Read More
It is a community of support and encouragement established as an open-minded network, founded on the idea that it is of benefit to everyone for each person to find their own life worth living and to add their voice, talent and strength.
Sisterhood provides ways to try it out through artistic disciplines—music, writing, design, dance, photography. It is a pioneering force for young Muslim women who previously had no canvas for their creativity. Read More
Pashtun Women Viewpoint (PWV) strives to carry out research-based analysis for policy recommendations to the policy makers, regional countries, international community, development organizations, the United Nations, and others involved in the peace and security of the region.
Through publications, writings, and debates, PWV discusses current affairs and social and political issues of Pashtuns and relevant entities. Read more
Working with grassroots women’s and human rights organizations and individual activists since 1992, Equality Now documents violence and discrimination against women and mobilizes international action to support efforts to stop these abuses. Read more
Within the first three months, AltMuslimah grew to 40,000 viewers per month, and today, that number has tripled.
In addition to a large and ever-growing readership, AltMuslimah has received numerous invitations from prestigious universities, think tanks, and mainstream media to speak publicly at various forums, partner on gender-related programming, and, perhaps most notably, to share content with the likes of the Washington Post. Read More
The band provided the music for Safe World for Women's campaign video: 'So Quiet for So Long - We Scream'.
Under a Banner's powerful song, 'Scream', provided the inspiration for the video, which highlights abuse of women human rights defenders throughout the world. Read more
TrustLaw Connect was launched by the Thompson Reuters Foundation in June 2010, with the aim of spreading pro bono work globally, helping lawyers put their professional skills to work for non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and social entrepreneurs with limited means (as well as governments on a case-by-case basis). Read More
The Anna Lindh Foundation acts as a network of national networks which today brings together over 2000 civil society organizations from across the region for the promotion of dialogue between cultures. The National Networks reflect the diversity of their own civil society and work across fields including intercultural relations, heritage, religion, research, human rights, democracy and community development, arts, youth and education, gender, environment and sustainable development, and media. Read More