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INTERNATIONAL WORK CAMP

PHREB is looking for International Volunteers for an Intl. Work Camp … Read More»

Using the Media to Empower Women

Past Gathering: Women, Action and the Media

This March, Women, Action and the Media (WAM) will convene to explore the tensions that exist between insiders and outsiders. The conference promises to provide dynamic workshops, panel discussions, and presentations addressing topics such as harnessing new media Read More »

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PHREB Imams Movement for Women Rights Network

PHREB Imams Movement for Women Rights Network creating public awareness of violence against girls and women and HIV/AIDS in Chittagong and Cox's Bazar Districts … Read More»

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The Good Life for Bangladeshi Women!!!

Starting even before they are born, and continuing throughout their lives, girls are subjected to violence, exclusion, and exploitation based simply on the fact that they are female. … Read More»

Announcing the August 2009 Women's Congress

Past Gathering: IPI's Women's International Grassroots Peace Congress

World Pulse is excited to announce that International Peace Initiatives will host their second annual Women's International Grassroots Peace Congress this August. Participants from all around the world will network to create global alliances, share solutions and best practices, and dialogue across borders for sustainable peace. Read More »

Connecting Across the Generations

Past Gathering: Omega Institute: Women & Power

"For the past seven years, Omega’s Women & Power conferences have been attended by thousands of women from around the world. Read More »

The Heart of Cambodia

Past Gathering: World Pulse’s Inaugural Tour: February 2009

World Pulse will embark on our first-ever international tour to Cambodia to meet leading women pioneering a new future for Cambodia. Read More »

Coffee Groundswell

For generations, women coffee workers have been treated like second-class citizens. Today, they are taking on leadership roles in every sector of the industry. It’s not only creating better coffee—it’s also dramatically improving growers’ lives. Read More »

“Coffee is an industry that is both massive—it’s the second largest traded commodity after oil—and historically male-dominated.”

Association for Women in Development

Past Gathering: South Africa: The Power of Movements

Every three years, over 1,500 movers and shakers in the global women’s movement gather for a charged four days to network, collaborate, and strategize. Read More »

Afghanistan Exposed

Even with the assassination threats she faces, Malalai Joya, often called “the bravest woman in Afghanistan,” speaks out—naming warlords and telling the international community what it must do now. Read More »

“There are many more secret heroines in Afghanistan.”

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