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Add Your Name--<br>Stop Domestic Violence

Add Your Name--
Stop Domestic Violence

Say No to Violence Against Women and add your name today to this UN Development Fund for Women's campaign. Every signature counts: The United Nations Foundation will donate $1 for each the first 100,000 signatures.

Tap Into Women

Tap Into Women's Art in Mexico

Love I.M.O.W.? Then check out this incredible women's museum in Mexico that celebrates contemporary Mexican women artists. MUMA features captivating, controversial and political artwork such as Lorena Wolffer's renowned performance piece on the femicides in Ciudad Juarez. (Spanish)


Promote Political Liberty

Promote Political Liberty

Send an e-mail to the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and help free Aung San Suu Kyi, one of the world's most renowned freedom fighters and proponents of nonviolence --English.

Claiming Equal Citizenship Campaign

Claiming Equal Citizenship Campaign

Women’s right to equal citizenship is guaranteed by the majority of Arab constitutions, as well as by international law. Yet across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and the Gulf, women are denied their right to nationality – a crucial component of citizenship. Such laws send the message that women do not enjoy a direct relationship with the state, but must access their citizenship rights through mediation of a male family member, such as a father or a husband. Until women in the MENA and Gulf regions are recognized as full nationals and citizens, they cannot participate fully in public life, nor claim the other rights to which they are entitled as equal members of their societies. Please lend your support to the campaign. Send a message of solidarity to WLP campaign partners who are coordinating the national and regional campaigns to raise awareness of the issue, advocate for change, and mobilize support to modify discriminatory legislation.

The International Violence Against Women Act

The International Violence Against Women Act

The International Violence Against Women Act (I-VAWA) is a historic and unprecedented effort of the U.S. government to take leadership in establishing an overall and integrated approach to respond and address violence against women and girls internationally. The Act establishes a Coordinator to Combat Violence Against Women Internationally. The time is now to capitalize on this awareness and support and to enact this comprehensive vision to address the problem of violence against women.

Help End Women

Help End Women's Poverty: Support the GROWTH Act

The Global Resources and Opportunities for Women to Thrive (GROWTH) Act would address some of the most critical economic barriers women that keep women in poor countries from earning an income, barriers such as unequal property rights, lack of access to credit and trade, and poor wages and working conditions.

For the GROWTH Act to be passed, it needs concerned citizens to urge Congress to support it. Send an automatic letter to your Senators and Representatives asking them to support the bill.

Right to Water

Right to Water

One billion people worldwide do not have access to clean water. Learn about Blue Planet Project's global campaign Right to Water. Support their mission to protect water for generations to come. --English

Design a Political Poster

Design a Political Poster

Favianna designs incredible political posters and puts them online for all social activist use. In the service of social justice, use freely those black and white stickers in any and all of your leaflets, newsletters, banners and picket signs. Browse the artwork.

Who’s Your Mama?

Who’s Your Mama?

Mama Cash knows that money makes the world go round, and she helps it spin better by funding innovative projects that support women's rights. Find out how your organization can benefit from a Mama Cash grant. Application guidelines in English, Dutch, French, Spanish

Report Human Trafficking

Report Human Trafficking

Women are often victims of human trafficking -- if you know of a potential trafficking case, speak up! The National Human Trafficking Resource Center toll-free hotline is a multi-lingual, 24-hour service that will follow up on tips, offer crisis support and direct victims towards resources. -- English

Empower a Girl Program

Empower a Girl Program

Call for participation: Take part in the Girls Helping Girls education program. Participants learn about global issues, become aware of their individual and united potential, gain leadership skills and become change makers. Applications due July 15.

Support a Woman’s Human Rights Activist

Support a Woman’s Human Rights Activist

Activist Yolanda Becerra is targeted on a paramilitary death list in Colombia. Parvin Ardalan, co-founder of the One Million Signatures women's rights campaign in Iran was sentenced to prison. Speak up for these and other women who put their lives at risk defending human rights. -- English

Who are Women in Black?

Who are Women in Black?

Women in Black is a world-wide network of women committed to peace and actively opposed to war, militarism and other forms of violence. Learn about their work and how to start your own peaceful vigil. --English, French

Artworks

Artworks

Artworks by male migrant workers expressing homesickness and wonderment in a foreign land.

Help End Violence Against Women and Girls: Sign the I-VAWA Petition!

Help End Violence Against Women and Girls: Sign the I-VAWA Petition!

It's estimated that 1 out of 3 women worldwide will be the victim of violence or abuse at some point in their lives. This must stop.

The International Violence Against Women Act (IVAWA), is a bill now before Congress that, if passed, would, for the first time, comprehensively incorporate these solutions into all U.S. foreign assistance programs - solutions such as promoting women's economic opportunity, addressing violence against girls in school, and working to change public attitudes - bring about transformational change. Please urge Congress to make the IVAWA a reality for the millions of women worldwide it would affect by signing the petition.

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Get Connected in India

Get Connected in India

Have ideas for your own form of inspiring media? Did you know that India has an incredible online resource for women in the media? At the Network of Women in Media, share information and resources, exchange ideas, promote media awareness and ethics, and work for gender equality within the media and society. (English)

Support I.M.O.W.

Support I.M.O.W.

It is only with your support that the International Museum of Women can succeed in its mission to amplify the voices of women worldwide through award-winning innovative exhibitions, strategic partnerships and local public programming and events.

Contribute today by becoming a member, donating to I.M.O.W or registering for our online community. Become part of the rising global community of women and men impacting the lives of women around the world!


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From Women, Power and Politics:

Picturing Power
All of us have seen a political poster past its time: peeling off a wall in tatters, or peeking out from underneath another poster of the next big thing.  Posters are, by their very nature, a throwaway form of art and communication.  But, when it comes to posters produced by and for India's women, one group wants to ensure these messages are not forgotten.

From Women, Power and Politics:

Women Working for Women
Featured Community Voice: María María Acha Visual artist María María Acha  is taking the issue of gender equality to the streets of Mexico. Through visual biographies of remarkable women who have worked for gender equality, she aims to rescue, inform and sensitize people to the history of women's work in the world.

From Exhibiting You:

Incognito series presents Cambodian women as attractive, rich and complex--they are, at the same time, both extremely global and unmistakably local. It seeks to portray the Asian woman as something very different from an exotic and subjected object.

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