Global Rights for Women is dedicated to promoting women’s human rights internationally with a focus on achieving effective legal reform on violence against women. We partner with organizations around the world to develop and enforce laws; create sustainable training initiatives; build local advocacy and public support; and monitor implementation of law, policy and practice.
Contact us to learn how we can partner with you to stop the global epidemic of violence against women. We are currently working with partners in Armenia, Morocco, Lithuania, Georgia, Colombia, Moldova, Serbia and Turkey. We can work together to advocate for stronger laws and policies and more effective implementation on national, regional and international levels.
An extensive landscape of law, policy and practice exists to prevent violence against women. Thirty-two bodies within the United Nations system alone report that they do this work. Despite all of the activity at the international level, there is still a need to strengthen protection for victims and accountability for perpetrators of violence throughout the world. This is our focus.
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