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Update on the status of the READ Act

Posted on 08.02.17

READ Act (Formally known as the Education for All Act) - Call for Action

Update on the status of the READ Act:

On Tuesday, August 1st, the U.S. Senate passed the READ Act! The bill was slightly changed from what was previously passed in the House and will have to be passed again in the House. 

Women's March - January 21, 2017

Posted on 01.03.17

Women Thrive Alliance is a proud official sponsor of the Women's March taking place on January 21, 2017, in Washington D.C. and around the United States. Women Thrive will be marching on the 21st to ensure that the voices of our 250 members from the Global South who fight for gender equality are heard.

Education for All Act - Call for Action

Posted on 12.01.16

Update on the status of the Education for All Act:

Free Canadian Academic from Iranian Prison

Posted on 06.15.16
Education International (EI) and the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) are calling on Iranian authorities to release Canadian academic Homa Hoodfar after she was charg

Call for a Woman U.N. Secretary-General

Posted on 06.08.16

We believe that a woman Secretary-General must lead the United Nations. After the appointment of eight male Secretaries-General, a female Secretary-General is urgently needed to foster gender equality in the leadership of the UN. 

Show your solidarity with women who risk it all

Posted on 06.08.16

Due to political instability, women in the Middle East are facing more threats to their rights and safety than ever before.

Take the Pledge for Working Women

Posted on 02.25.16

Women around the world work hard to support their families and put food on the table—whether at a formal job site, in the home, or in informal community economies.

Stand with Chibok Families to #BringBackOurGirls

Posted on 11.12.15

 In the dead of night on April 15, 2014, nearly 300 schoolgirls were kidnapped from their beds in Chibok, Nigeria, setting off the worldwide “Bring Back Our Girls” campaign. Today most of the girls are still missing. Each day for more than 500 days, the families of the kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls march in Nigeria's streets in the hope of spurring action to rescue their daughters.

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