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Contact Global Rights for Women

Global Rights for Women is a non-governmental organization that works with partners across the globe to bring about systematic legal reform to prevent and end violence against women and girls.

Contact Information

333 N Washington Ave, Suite 409
Minneapolis, MN 55401 USA


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I need help/victim resources

While we do not offer shelter, direct advocacy or legal services to individuals, we would like to connect you to resources that may be of assistance to you. Please use the contact us tool if you have a more specific request or need.

​​For a list of organizations that offer support and resources to survivors of violence, please visit:


If in immediate danger, please call:

  • U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233
  • RAINN Hotline at 1-800-656-4673
  • Minnesota DayOne Hotline at (866) 223-1111
  • Sexual Violence Center Minnesota Hotline at (612) 871-5111
  • Police at 911
  • Local or State Hotline

For International Assistance with finding shelters and other victim support, contact these organizations:


How can I work with Global Rights for Women?

We have a variety of opportunities to get involved with our work.

If you are interested in working for Global Rights for Women, check out our job postings here.

If you are interested in volunteering with Global Rights for Women, please fill out our volunteer interest form here

If you are interested in interning for Global Rights for Women, please fill out our intern interest form here.

We receive a high rate of applications and only select interns based on our needs. Upon receiving your completed online application, someone may contact you for an interview.

If you are representing an organization that wishes to partner with Global Rights for Women, please contact Nicole Lindemyer (nlindemyer@grwomen.org), our Director of Programs.

How can I donate?

Visit our donate page for more information. At this time, we do not accept cryptocurrency and NFTs. If you have any additional questions or are an interested sponsor, please contact Sara Mowchan (smowchan@grwomen.org), our Director of Development.

Funding external organizations

While we do not provide funding to NGOs, if you are an organization that would like to partner with Global Rights for Women, please contact Nicole Lindemyer (nlindemyer@grwomen.org), our Director of Programs.

Speaking opportunities

If you would like one of the Global Rights for Women team to speak to your organization/company, please contact Pat Cumbie (pcumbie@grwomen.org), our Communications Manager. Please indicate who our team member would be speaking to, and what topic you would like addressed.

Training tools and curriculums

Thank you for your interest in training materials by Global Rights for Women. We encourage you to view our free recorded webinars on a variety of topics relating to gender based violence. You can view these webinars on our website here. 

We also host a virtual conversation series, Valiant Voices,discussing issues regarding gender based violence with survivors and human rights leaders. These episodes can also be found on our website, Youtube channel, or Spotify and you can register for them here


If you would like to arrange for a custom virtual or in-person training for your organization with a Global Rights for Women staff member, please contact Nicole Lindemyer, Director of Programs at (nlindemyer@grwomen.org).

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