We are recruiting!

We are recruiting!

Sisters For Change is an ambitious and innovative young charity. We have country-based programmes in collaboration with local partners in India, Indonesia and the UK….

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3rd Anniversary Fundraiser launched. Donate today!

3rd Anniversary Fundraiser launched. Donate today!

Our impact: Since our launch in 2014, Sisters For Change has partnered with 30 Women and Minority Rights Organisations… delivered 121 legal empowerment workshops and…

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Combating impunity. Ending silence. Violence against women in Javanese villages

Combating impunity. Ending silence. Violence against women in Javanese villages

Java, Indonesia: In October 2016, Sisters For Change published our first Indonesian report Combating Impunity. Ending silence. Making laws to stop violence against women real for…

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BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS TO JUSTICE FOR DALIT WOMEN

BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS TO JUSTICE FOR DALIT WOMEN

Bangalore: A new report released on 24 June by Sisters for Change and Karnataka Dalit Mahila Vedike (KDMV) turns a spotlight on the violence faced…

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India: Eliminating violence against women at work

India: Eliminating violence against women at work

1 in 7 women garment workers in factories in Bangalore experience sexual violence at work Bangalore: A new report released on 25 June by Sisters…

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#PaintItPurple

#PaintItPurple

As we join with organisations, partners and supporters to celebrate women on International’s Women’s Day, we highlight below a series of articles that reflect the…

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Reproductive rights in Ireland

Reproductive rights in Ireland

Access to abortion in Ireland & N. Ireland Sisters For Change, the London School of Economics Centre for the Study of Human Rights and Amnesty…

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Take action. Donate.

Take action. Donate.

Final week! We’ve nearly reached our funding target. Help us in our final push. Donate today to bring a better New Year to marginalised women…

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A failure to protect

A failure to protect

Will India’s economic growth come at the expense of its women workers? The area around Bangalore comprises almost 1,200 factories and employs more than 500,000…

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Violence against women

Violence against women

The most pervasive human rights violation of the 21st century. “Of all the evils for which man has made himself responsible, none is so degrading,…

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