A synopsis of the urgent need for Congressional action to pass the International Violence Against Women Act
Women Thrive Co-Founder and President Ritu Sharma talks about violence against women with SiriusXM's Pete Dominick
Women Thrive walks you through this important U.S. legislation to reduce violence against women and girls around the world.
On August 10, the White House released a strategy to prevent and respond to all forms of violence against women and girls around the world. Read Women Thrive's analysis of the "U.S. Strategy to Prevent and Respond to Gender-based Violence" and how it compares to the International Violence Against Women Act (IVAWA).
On March 1, 2012, Women Thrive hosted its 4th Annual International Women's Day Breakfast on Capitol Hill. Find speaker info, photos, video and media hits from the event here.
Women Thrive Worldwide welcomes the introduction in the U.S. House of Representatives of the International Violence Against Women Act (I-VAWA/HR 5905), which puts the weight of U.S. foreign policy and international assistance behind ending the global epidemic of gender-based violence, which is estimated to affect one in three women and girls worldwide.
Actor and Haiti activist Maria Bello appeared on CNN to talk about Women Thrive Worldwide's International Women's Day breakfast, her non-profit, and how Americans can take action to reduce violence against women around the world.
On December 8, 2010 a woman from Papua New Guinea submitted the following letter to the Obama administration in support of the International Violence Against Women Act (IVAWA).