Our Work
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What we are working on

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Our approach

To ensure we have the biggest impact, we look at all the angles when it comes to tackling inequality. We support a broad range of projects that help women to become independent and confident – able to stand up for their rights, and influence change.
We know that collaboration is vital in bringing about long-term change. So we work with experienced partners to support women living in some of the poorest regions of the world.

Youth Empowerment Rwanda

150 children took part in the workshops during the school holidays. They took dance lessons and learned about HIV and AIDS, teenage pregnancy, domestic violence and business skills.

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Nonceba Women Shelter

The Nonceba Family Counselling Centre offers counselling, access to healthcare, legal support and a place to stay for women who have survived violence.

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Women Cooperative in Rwanda

In partnership with Oxfam and the Catholic Diocese of Byumba we are supporting 120 women farmers that have created a cooperative in the Rulindo district.

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Stopping Child Trafficking in Nepal

Supporting Unicef's project to protect children in Nepal from human trafficking through research and action.

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Educate Girls, India

Since 2007 Educate Girls has been working in rural areas in India to get girls into school and to improve the quality of education.

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The Pink Rickshaw Initiative

Many women in Pakistan do not work and are tied to the men in their family. The Pink Rickshaw Initiative trains women to become rickshaw drivers and allows them to become economically independent and able to send their children to school.

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Maternal Health Rights

The Lawyer's Circle has made a commitment to our partner the UN Every Woman Every Child Campaign to assist the Tanzanian government in the progress towards government and institutional legal accountability for maternal health rights in Tanzania.

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A Living Wage

In some countries 90% of the labour workforce in the fast fashion industry are young women. Many have little rights and do not earn a living wage. Read our report outlining the issue and find out why a living wage is a fundamental right.

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Marie Colvin Journalists' Network

A new network for female journalists working in the Middle East and North Africa brings together experienced journalists with courageous reporters, often working with little or no support, to create a vibrant online community.

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Brave New World

Violence against women is the most common form of human rights violation in India. It is such a deeply engrained, socially accepted ‘right’ for men to beat their wives, that women are trapped in a life of violence.

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