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Discover the Hunger Project
The Hunger Project (THP) is a global, strategic organization committed to the sustainable end of world hunger by empowering millions of women and men in Asia, Africa and Latin America. In India they successfully train women to lead village councils. Learn about THP and contribute to their noble cause. (English)
Do you CARE?
Join CARE in its fight to empower women around the world. Find out how to get involved.
What is Pink and
Join outrageous, provocative, and creative women who are adamant to create change. From Guantanamo and Iraq to Pakistan and Darfur, take action with CODEPINK. -- English
Invite Jerusalem Women to Speak
Continue the dialogue on interfaith peace-building in the West Bank by inviting the Jerusalem Women Speak Tour to a town near you.--English
Young Feminists Needed
AWID's Young Feminist Activism Program seeks to amplify women's voices from every corner of the world by creating provocative opportunities for engagement and change. Get involved. -English, French, Spanish
Iraqi Widows Organization
Learn about the situation of two million Iraqi Widows as young as 12 living in Iraq. Learn about the problem and discover solutions by visiting the Iraqi Widows Organization website.--English
Support a Woman’s Human Rights Activist
Activist Yolanda Becerra is targeted on a paramilitary death list in Colombia. Parvin Ardalan, co-founder of the One Million Signatures women's rights campaign in Iran was sentenced to prison. Speak up for these and other women who put their lives at risk defending human rights. -- English
Who are Women in Black?
Women in Black is a world-wide network of women committed to peace and actively opposed to war, militarism and other forms of violence. Learn about their work and how to start your own peaceful vigil. --English, French
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Please Let Me Dream is a video about the private and excrutiating pain of domestic violence.
I created this video because I wanted to make people see, hear and understand what sometimes goes on behind closed doors and within four walls. Signs of violence aren't always as obvious as a bruised face or a broken arm.