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Read our most recent blog posts
We spoke to our committed Ambassador, Arizona Muse, about the power of sisterhood and her role in the creation of a partnership with Chinti & Parker.
Our Executive Director, Brita Fernandez Schmidt, discusses the inherent inequality in our society and what we can do to redress it.
"Working in the charity sector takes a lot of passion, and grit... There are no small jobs and teamwork is a massive component of our success." Our Campaign Manager, Paulina Stachnik talks about what motivated her to consider working for a charity and her commitment to serving the women in our programme.
When it comes to protecting women’s rights in conflict-affected countries, it’s time to turn resolutions into reality. The UK’s new Plan is a step in the right direction.
In November 2017, 12 women embarked on a two-week Mountain Biking Expedition across the Danakil Depression of Ethiopia, to raise funds for our work with women in countries affected by conflict.
Women for Women International and 20-first are tackling gender inequality and discrimination from countries affected by conflict to boardrooms and homes across the West, making equality everyone's business.
Katie shares her experience in Erbil, Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
Special insight from Ghulam Rabi, a men's engagement programme graduate from Afghanistan.
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton sat down with CNN’s Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour at our annual Luncheon to discuss the importance of women's involvement in peace and security around the world.
Women for Women International is providing programme graduates in Afghanistan with advanced training in advocacy and leadership skills through a dedicated, three-month programme and supporting them to identify the changes they want to see and advocate for them.
Selina McCole, one of our amazing supporters takes on the Marathon des Sables (MDS) also known as the toughest footrace on earth, to raise funds for our work with women survivors of war.