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Season's Greetings and Best Wishes for 2014 from Isis International

One Billion Rising for Justice Organizer's Guide

Digital Security : LGBT Africa : Survey


Sangat and Nijera Kori invite you for an evening of celebration, solidarity and memories

Women and Civil Society Groups walk out of the Climate Conference in Warsaw

Conference Announcement: Women’s Studies in the Information Age: Challenges and Opportunities

The 16 Days Campaign Joins Activists From Around the World

Support Women Storm Survivors

A Call for Compassion, An Urgent Call for Ceasefire

The Philippines - Powerful Typhoon - Women Victims - Painful Losses - Shattered Homes, Lives, Dreams


Bringing Peace Advocates Together

The 12th International Interdisciplinary Conference on Women Call for Paper, Panel and Workshop Abstracts


A message to Obama & Rouhani in front of UNGA

Requesting signatures: Statement on Sushmita Banerjee's assassination and alarming increase in VAW in Afghanistan

Civil Society and Feminist Movements Speak Out on the Need for Governments Meeting at the United Nations to Prioritize People Above Profits!

Call for Gender Discrimination Contest Submissions


Linking the Networks – Enhancing Social Media Strategies to Advance UNSCR 1325 in Asia – A Grass Roots Initiative

Women Speak Out for Peace

16 Days Campaign on Gender Violence - 2013 Take Action Kit

Reclaiming & Redefining Rights - ICPD + 20: Status of Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights in Asia Pacific

Introducing eight N-Peace Awardees 2013!


Digital Video Production for Activists

V-Day Stage Two Announced: One Billion Rising for Justice

A Call of Urgency and Concern; Redoubling Our Strides On Our Roadmap To Peace

Egypt: Feminist Voices

“Women’s Voices, Women’s Choices” Cambodia


Politics of Nakedness and Freedom of Expression: The Case of FEMEN

Turkish Women's Coalition Statement Supported by European Women's Lobby Turkey

Turkey - Firsthand Women's Account of Violence in Istanbul


Campaign for Sunila Abeysekera Lifelong Feminist and Human Right Defender

"Sound mixing is as easy as cooking a curry": Q & A with Bianca Miglioretto

Women’s Engagement in Peace Processes and Lessons Learned

Women's Presence at UN HLD on Migration & Development Oct 3-4, 2013

Solidarity with Bangladesh Garment Workers: What action can we take?


Papua New Guinea - Call for Repeal of Sorcery Act, End to Violence Against Women

Malaysia - Sisters in Islam & Musawah Empower Feminist Muslims - Interview

Call for Applications: Empowering Women For Mediation

Women's Peace Dialogue and Women's Peace Delegation (WPD) to End Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Region


Women in the Bangsamoro

Call for Support! Solidarity campaign : Justice for Suja Jones and Child X

News from the African Feminist Forum

Call for Dialogue and Peace in Sabah - Call for signatures

we! at CSW: Wherever you are, join in the energy and activisms


Pakistan Rising, Shining and Striking!!

One Billion Rose on February 14, 2013

One Billion Rising - Globally

One Billion Rising - Philippines

Citizenship Video Journalism Isis international Activist School

Isis International Hosts Dialogue Between Media and Mindanao Women


Be a scholar to the 7th APCRSHR!

Report by APWW on CSW Stakeholder Forum held in New York 13 -14 December, 2012

Dr. Vandana Shiva: The Connection Between Global Economy Policy and Violence Against Women



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