Women's funds have experienced tremendous expansion and success in the past three decades. What vision is needed to maintain transformative change? How can women's funds grow and sustain critical movement building work?
New research in North America, Africa and Europe lifts up effective ways to message reproductive health and justice to individual donors and expand donor leadership for the health and well-being of women and their families.
The 2012 Project is a U.S.-based, nonpartisan campaign to recruit accomplished women to run for legislative offices in a critical election year. The campaign educates and inspires potential candidates and connects them with resources to help them succeed.
Successful movements grow from the ground up, igniting broad-based social change. By collaborating with donors, activists and communities, women's funds strengthen movements to improve the lives of women and girls.
Increasing access to new media technologies is enabling women from some of the most remote regions of the world to make international headlines, organize across borders and obtain vital development information. World Pulse is training a new network of grassroots women leaders to become empowered citizen journalists and web savvy change agents for their communities.