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What We Do

Global Rights for Women is recognized as an international expert and thought leader on legal reform on violence against women. 

Our expertise is grounded in international, regional and national laws and policies that have proven records of success in achieving safety and equality for survivors and accountability for violent offenders.  Our work draws on the collective experience of survivors and women’s rights advocates around the world who are developing promising  practices systemic and legal reform. 

This collaborative approach is the cornerstone of our international trainings, research and other contributions to ending violence against women and girls.

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International Expertise

 

We offer customized training and other services focused on survivor safety and ending violence against women and girls.

Trainings

We work with international and domestic partners to offer trainings to law enforcement, legal professionals, government representatives, NGOs, and more, including developing a Coordinated Community Response (CCR) to gender-based violence that is adapted to the international context and controlling legal framework.

All trainings are grounded in local advocacy and the lived experiences of women and girls in those countries.

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Partnerships

Global Rights for Women partners at the invitation of numerous individuals, groups, and organizations to bring about legal reforms and systems change. This includes capacity building through technical assistance to support our NGO partners on the ground, and monitoring implementation of laws, policies and practices to address violence against women and girls.

Our partnerships are funded through grants and collaborations with nongovernmental organizations, government and U.S. Embassy contacts, or local partners and experts on violence against women.

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Our global partnerships include 60+ women’s NGOs, government agencies and U.S. Embassies, the United Nations, and global and local experts on violence against women.

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