Organizations that support Women's Rights
As you may know, the theme for the 2021 Peace Project is Women's Rights around the world. In many countries women are treated as second class. Many have no rights to vote, drive, health care, and so much more. On the postcards that will be distributed with the doves are a list of various organizations that provide support and education to women around the world. There are many organizations that do wonderful things, but for the purpose of this project, I selected six. I wanted to just briefly write about them, and provide you a link to their site. If you click on their logo, it will take you directly to their website. You can read more about the organization, what they stand for, and how they help women to gain their independence, their freedom, and their right to be part of the human race.
World Pulse. "World Pulse is an independent, women-led social network for social change. By harnessing the power of technology to accelerate women's leadership, we're speeding up the pace towards gender equity." This organization helps women to have a voice, support, and be part of something amazing. Please follow them on Instagram and show your support.
The Girl Effect. They "create content that helps girls make choices and changes in their lives. Igniting their confidence to act differently at a time that can define their future. So every girl can choose to be in control of her body, her health, her learning and livelihood." Make sure to click on their logo to the right, and read about this amazing organization. "Content. Choices. Change." It is that simple.
Global Fund for Women. The organization "envisions a world where movements for gender justice have transformed power and privilege for a few into equity and equality for all." They fight for women's reproductive rights, freedom from violence, and training for leadership. They can be found on social media, check them out and show support.
New Light India. This organization provides education, healthcare, nutritional support, HIV/AIDS care, and income opportunities. "The project provides the children of sex workers a safe haven, particularly in the evening hours when streets are the most dangerous and the mothers are working."
Show support by following them on Instagram, or reading a bit about them on their link to the right.
Global Grassroots. They work with women that are "often marginalized and living in deepest poverty, are the least likely to have access to the resources necessary to address issues facing women and girls, such as domestic violence, water issues, and illiteracy."
Providing trainings, resources and support. Click on the logo to learn more about them.
BRAC. Their "mission to empower people and communities in situations of poverty, illiteracy, disease, and social injustice." They help to fight against the obstacles that prevent children in developing countries from receiving a education. Follow and support them, and of course make sure to check out their site and read about their amazing work.