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per cent of gender action learning participants reported positive behavioral changes in their personal lives, organizations & communities

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years of data on violence against women in 70 countries found that the mobilisation of strong, autonomous feminist groups was the key factor in driving policy change

American Political Science Review, 2012

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our mission

gender equality isn’t a woman’s issue. it’s a human issue.

Gender at Work envisions a world that values and respects women’s human rights and cultures of equality, especially gender equality. We understand that to change systems of power that hold inequality in place, relationships between people, institutions and organizations have to shift.

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Framework

Our framework highlights the interlinked dimensions of change required to make sustainable progress on gender equality and women’s empowerment.

Podcast

Our bi-monthly Gender at Work podcast amplifies the voices of global gender activists searching for new ways to understand our work, our institutions and ourselves.

Action Learning

Gender Action Learning is a change process aimed at transforming unequal power dynamics, organizational culture and processes to advance gender equality.

Resources

Our knowledge resources include conceptual tools and practices to change the deep structures that hold gender inequality in place in organizations and communities.

Consulting

Gender at Work offers a range of consulting services to organizations to strengthen their contribution to gender equality and work to advance feminist leadership.

Courses

We are advancing the theoretical foundations on gender equality by engaging with universities and organizations to promote research and offer new courses.

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how movements like #metoo can address marginalization among activists

With the Women’s March, and #MeToo drawing gender-based activism to the fore in the US and across the globe, how can we foster the desired personal and societal transformations that usher in the more equitable world we proclaim? The truth is even movements that are committed to gender equity can stifle the participation of women and non-binary people on the basis of race, class, and sexuality, among other intersections of marginalization....

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making more of #metoo

The United States is experiencing a critical cultural reckoning, one in which survivors of sexual abuse aren’t only being recognized; they’re also, for the most part, being believed. But the surge in firings of high-profile men in media doesn’t necessarily signal that the industry is becoming a more equitable place for all women, especially those who aren’t white, wealthy, or privileged with a spotlight. When it comes to addressing sexual assault and harassment within media, the #MeToo campaign has blown...

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why a gender content audit?

The United States is experiencing a critical cultural reckoning, one in which survivors of sexual abuse aren’t only being recognized; they’re also, for the most part, being believed. But the surge in firings of high-profile men in media doesn’t necessarily signal that the industry is becoming a more equitable place for all women, especially those who aren’t white, wealthy, or privileged with a spotlight. When it comes to addressing sexual assault and harassment within media, the #MeToo campaign has blown...

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Creating more inclusive workplaces

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“Feminist futures is a world in the making; a world of adventure and imagination; a world of promise where everyone can realize their potential and live in harmony.”

Yaba Bodoe

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  1. mission & history

    How it all began
    In 1999, three impassioned feminists – Aruna Rao, David Kelleher and Rieky Stuart – wrote Gender at Work: Organizational Change for Equality, a book that laid the seeds for this international collaborative. Gender at Work was founded in 2001 by the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID), World Alliance for Citizen Participation (CIVICUS), the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM, now UN Women), and Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP). It was established as a non-profit in 2003.
  2. mission & history

    Founded by AWID, CIVICUS, UN Women & WLP
  3. mission & history

    Registered as a Non-Profit Organization in the US
  4. mission & history

    Gender Action Learning Program Launched in India
  5. mission & history

    Registered as a Non-Profit Organization in Canada
  6. mission & history

    Registered as a Non-Profit Trust in India
  7. mission & history

    Established Gender at Work Private Limited in India
  8. where we're headed

    What we hope to achieve by 2020
    The work that we do now is crucial for the feminist future we hope to see by 2020. We are committed to expanding our work and growing our network so that more change agents around the world will be equipped with the necessary strategies to untangle deep structures that discriminate against women. In addition, we strive to increase the number of organizations that recognize the importance of changing deep structures of discrimination and informal norms in order to end discrimination against women and create cultures of equality.

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