International useful links

Please find below a list of organisations that we have worked with internationally or we believe would be of interest regarding women's equality across the world.

  • ADEW www.adew.org
adew logoThe Association for the Development and Enhancement of Women. A non-governmental organisation (NGO) based in Egypt which seeks to change women's image in society – to empower them as citizens and decision-makers.


  • Akhaya Women https://www.facebook.com/AkhayaWomen
AkhayaThe Akhaya Women project is based in Burma/ Myanmar; a local initiative led by women, for women. They provide the tools and support necessary for women in Mynamar to challenge gender stereotypes, bring gender equality into their communities and campaign for a safer, more equal, environment for women to live in.

  • British Council www.britishcouncil.org
British Council logoEstablished over 75 years ago, the British Council works across 6 continents in more than 100 countries creating international opportunities for people of the UK, building trust and understanding worldwide.

  • The British Council Active Citizens project activecitizens.britishcouncil.org
Active Citizens logoWomen Making a Difference have partnered with the British Council on their Active Citizens project since 2010. Active Citizens aims to increase the contribution of community leaders towards achieving sustainable development both locally and globally.

  • Institute of Psychological and Educational Research (IPER) smilefoundationindia.org
iper logoIPER is an NGO based in Kolkata, India. They have been working since 1971 for the development of deprived children and women within local communities. The aim is to build equality by providing the basic needs of education, sanitation and nutrition to women and children from under-privileged backgrounds.

  • Jordanian National Forum for Women www.jnfw.org
JNFWEstablished in 1995 by HRH Princess Basma, JNFW is a grassroots project motivating women to contribute to the economy and take up key decision-making positions in Jordanian society.

  • Wales for Africa www.walesafrica.org
Wales AfricaThe Wales for Africa programme launched in 2006 as a beacon for Welsh efforts to deliver the UN Millennium Development Goals by 2015. They manage community links between Wales and Africa, the UN Gold Star Awards and offer international development grants.

  • Welsh Centre for International Affairs www.wcia.org.uk
wcia-logoThe WCIA is a registered charity that enables the people of Wales to understand and act on global issues. Based in Cardiff in the Temple of Peace and has a number of other arms including CEWC, UNA Wales and the Wales International Development Hub.
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