Because When Women Thrive, the Whole World Thrives.

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Ask Your Senators to Support the International Violence Against Women Act

With more than 270 schoolgirls still missing from Nigeria and threatened with a life of violence and slavery, this is a defining moment for the U.S. and its commitment to making the world a safer, freer place for women and girls.

Tell Congress to Support Grassroots Activists Against Violence

The United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women can—and has—made a difference in the lives of women around the world. Unfortunately, the United States withdrew its support for this program after 2010.

Urge President Obama to Support Quality Education for the World's Girls

Girls deserve quality education

Today, more girls than ever are in school around the world. But they aren’t always learning the knowledge and skills they need to thrive.

Urge Secretary of State John Kerry to Prioritize Reducing Violence Against Women and Girls

Secretary of State John Kerry (Photo: Creative Commons Licence)

In some countries, as many as 70 percent of women and girls experience gender-based violence. We can do better. Please sign Women Thrive's petition urging Secretary of State John Kerry to make ending gender-based violence a centerpiece of the United States' foreign assistance.

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Posted on 06.20.11

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