Monitor

Monitor

“For millions of women and girls … the rule of law means little in practice.” This quotation, from a UN Women report featured in our…

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Mobilise

Mobilise

Thoughtful people need to speak out. Too many men and women, too many leaders and too many communities continue to tolerate violence against women and…

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Connect

Connect

Collaboration empowered by technology. Sisters For Change believes that connecting women through technology will bring greater progress, capacity, empowerment and innovation to the individuals, activists…

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India's challenge

India’s challenge

Sex, caste, patriarchy and the diminishment of women. Since the rape and killing of a 23-year-old female physiotherapy intern who was beaten and gang raped…

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Indonesia's challenge

Indonesia’s challenge

Much diversity, little unity. Indonesia, a majority Muslim country, is an archipelago of over 13,000 islands, with a population of over 238 million people. It…

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Why launch in S/SE Asia?

Why launch in S/SE Asia?

A huge opportunity for change. Sisters For Change has launched its first projects to tackle violence against women in India and Indonesia, working in partnership…

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A global market failure

A global market failure

The truth behind funding of women’s rights and equality. The rights of women – and especially girls – appear to be centre stage in the…

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UK's challenge

UK’s challenge

Embedding change in the UK justice system’s response to domestic violence. In 2008, Cassie Hasanovic, 24, was brutally stabbed to death by her husband, in…

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What's in a name?

What’s in a name?

Co-founded by Alison and Jane Gordon, twin sisters from Northern Ireland, Sisters For Change is a non-profit organisation that seeks to end social acceptance of…

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