Subscribe to newsletter

Custom Search 1

You are here

Resource center

International

Organisation website:
The WIN is an online educational and social network for women and an “on land” global community in 152 countries.
We're women helping women LIVE OUR BEST LIVES ~ personally, in our families, and in our businesses.
Our mission is “to strengthen women and families worldwide through education, enlightenment, and entrepreneurism in an effort to eradicate illiteracy, poverty, and hunger and increase the level of love and peace on earth.”
We fulfill our mission by providing quality online audio and video shows, live women's events, and opportunities to connect (online and on land) with women worldwide.
The WIN invites all women, all ages, all cultures, and all religions to participate.
Our model is to connect with women experts/leaders worldwide and give them a platform to teach and dialogue with women in their countries on many topics and important women's issues, both online and on land.

International

This new website is a resource and learning hub on the AWID 2012 Forum theme: Transforming Economic Power to Advance Women’s Rights and Justice. Most of the content currently on the site was generated by participants in preparation for and follow up to the Forum.

International

Organisation website:
The Global Knowledge Partnership Foundation, is a 12 year old membership based, internationally recognized multi stakeholder network with a distinguished and well established track record. GKPF‟s globally recognized brand and impartial status as the world's first multi-stakeholder network, provides convening power to bring together a broad range of partners for development not only for advancing ICT for development and innovation across the globe but also for advancing their global development mission and goals. It is the only global network with members from governments, business and civil society. The GKPF places the member at the centre of the network. But GKPF is much more than a network, its members bring together Public Sector, Private Sector and Civil Society Organizations with the goal of Sharing Knowledge and Building Partnerships in Knowledge and ICT for Development.

Lebanese

Organisation Website :
"Ameen s.a.l. has been a major player in the Lebanese Microfinance sector since 1999. Originally, a micro-credit program created by CHF International, Ameen evolved to become Ameen s.a.l in 2003, a Lebanese services company. In 2007, Ameen s.a.l. registered with the Central Bank of Lebanon under Number 49, to become the first Lebanese financial institution specialized in Microfinance. "

International

Organisation website:
The Arab Dutch Women's Circle is a human rights organization established in 2002 as a non-profit organization. The organization's headquarters are in The Hague. Its founder and president, Dr. Tomador Meihuizen-Hassoun, was born in Syria and obtained her doctor's degree in France. She worked in France and in many Arab countries as a university professor, researcher in the field of women's and children's rights and as editor-in-chief of a woman's magazine (Hajes). Now she works as a consultant of the Middle East.

The Board of the ANVK plays a leadership role in planning, guiding and governing its activities. In order to strive collectively towards gender equality and women's and children's rights in the Arab world, the ANVK is working together with its partners, the Netherlands Association of Women with Higher Education, the International Dialogues Foundation, students of the Universities of Amsterdam and Leiden, the Algerian Women's Association, Bridging the Gulf, and Arab women NGOs in the Netherlands and in Arab countries.
Our aims

Women's and children's rights, gender equality and the empowerment of Arab women to become free to make their own choices, develop their capacities, their talents and their skills, these are chosen as the prime goals of the strategic plan of the ANVK. In addition, the development of Arab societies where governments, women's, men's and civil organisations can reinforce each other in the fight against injustice is equally part of our plan of action.

International

Organisation website:
The mission of the International Museum of Women (I.M.O.W.) is to value the lives of women around the world.
I.M.O.W. is a groundbreaking social change museum that inspires global action, connects people across borders and transforms hearts and minds by amplifying the voices of women worldwide through global online exhibitions, history, the arts and cultural programs that educate, create dialogue and build community. With its unique focus on cultural change, I.M.O.W. advances the human right to gender equity worldwide.

Digital Women (Websites)
International

Organisation website:
Digital Women provides small business tips for women including business loans for women, bad credit loans and free grant information for business startup and women entrepreneurs.

Lebanese

Organisation website:
Association profile available in 3 languages. ( English, Arabic and French). In brief: "Lebanese Institute for Economic and Social Integrated development) is a Lebanese association born in 1986. Since 1988, it has a legal status under the Lebanese law on associations.
The ILDES, being an NGO with non-lucrative aim, is interested in the Lebanese population displaced from its places of origin by the wars that devastated Lebanon from 1975 to 1990.
Its mission is to contribute to a return to the conviviality and inter-community life that prevailed in Lebanon before the wars (1975-1990), and which constituted its specificity and its great value."

International

Organisation website:
SyPro is a society for Syrian professional women working and living in the UK. It aims at promoting and supporting its members and their families and at creating links between its members and other likeminded professional women and members of UK and worldwide societies and organisations.

Pages

Events

No upcoming events

Job vacancies

Sunday, May 15, 2016
Justice Without Frontiers
Friday, October 9, 2015
Collective for Research and Training on Development - Action (CRTD.A)
Monday, August 31, 2015
KAFA (enough) Violence & Exploitation

Most read news