At the Wellesley Centers for Women (WCW) we are committed to strengthening our international connections and collaborations. We believe we have much to learn from women around the globe, as well as much to share. WCW has nongovernmental organization (NGO) status at the United Nations which facilitates our participation in this international work. We are committed to continuing and deepening our research and policy-focused programs in order to better understand and offer solutions to the challenges facing women and girls.
Learn more about our international projects, international news, and resources and collaborations, including:
- Women’s Leadership Network: Women’s Political, Public, & Economic Participation in the Muslim World
- Compilation of Gender Equality Laws and Domestic Violence Laws from Around the World
- 2007 Asia Regional Conference--Women and Children: The Human Rights Relationship
- 2004 International Research & Action Conference: Innovations in Understanding Violence against Women
All WCW International Projects
Hundreds of international and national relief organizations are working to bring aid and relief to struggling communities around the world. The websites, InterAction.org and CharityNavigator.org, have expanded lists of agencies and can help donors find the right charities for their intent. Several search engines and new media sites on the Internet also feature lists of resources.