Women Thrive is located in Washington, D.C. We regularly hold events with our coalition partners, administration staff and decision-makers on Capitol Hill. Here you'll find information on some of our past events.
Join Women Thrive Worldwide as we celebrate the release of Teach a Woman to Fish: Overcoming Poverty Around the Globe, the new book from Women Thrive Co-Founder and President, Ritu Sharma
One-third of all women on the planet will experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetimes. Join Women Thrive, MTV's Tanisha Long, Haitian Activist Guerda Lexima-Constant and more for a rally to turn the spotlight on the need for U.S. action to end gender-based violence against women and girls.
Are you in New York and support Women’s Thrive’s work for women and girls? Help us celebrate 15 years of advocacy with a special September 24th reception. Come out and hear more about our work from one of our partners in Sri Lanka.
In celebration of our 15th anniversary, we are pleased to announce:
The Elise Fiber Smith Forum
Women's Rights in Egypt, Pakistan, and Afghanistan:
Where Do We Go From Here?
Wednesday, June 26, 2013 | 3:30 - 5:00 PM
About International Women's Day, March 8
On January 31, Bartending 4 Change will raise money for Women Thrive Worldwide at Stoney’s Upstairs Bar in Washington, DC. Now in its eighth year, Bartending 4 Change is an all volunteer, non-profit organization that raises money for DC charities through special events and happy hours.
Please join Women Thrive Worldwide for a panel discussion featuring leaders of the international development community on various sector priorities for the Post-2015 Millennium Development Goal Process!
Our second pick for Women Thrive Worldwide's Book Club is Grandmother Power, by Paolo Gianturco. Grandmother Power tells the story of insurgent grandmothers who are fighting the status quo, successfully seeding peace, justice, education, health, human rights, and a better world for grandchildren everywhere.