Hear Her Roar!
IWI is proud to announce the upcoming premiere of our monthly podcast AudioRoar by Poppy Damon. IWI reporter and podcast host Poppy Damon will bring you the voices of brave women worldwide and look at those campaigning for change. Feminism is NOT a dirty word.
To listen to the first episode click below.
International Women's Day Event:
STAND UP FOR IWI!
In celebration of International Women's Day, IWI is hosting a comedy night with some of London’s best female comedians!
Being held at The Star King on March 7, 2017, the aim of the Stand Up For IWI! Comedy Night is to raise awareness and funds in support of IWI's programmes and advocacy outreach.
Beginning at 7pm, the comedy night will bring together guests for an evening of laughter, drinks and fun to support IWI’s efforts to bring attention to women’s human rights globally, specifically our flagship project The Safe Birthing Programme.
We are thrilled to announce our lineup: Sara Pascoe, Jessica Fostekew, Viv Groskop and Hatty Ashdown. For more information about the event click here.
Come Work With Us!
IWI is growing. As an organisation which is run 100% by volunteers, we are looking to fill the following positions. If you have any questions, or would like to apply, forward your CV and cover letter to Director of Human Resources, Sana Khan at the link below. For more information, contact IWI through the link below.
- Director of Fundraising
- Director of PR & Marketing
- Donor Engagement Officer
- Grant Writer
- Advocacy Researcher
- Social Media Coordinator
- News Writer
10 People Explain Why the Women's March is Important to Them
By Alison Durkee
The march, which took place just one day after Trump's inauguration, centered on a variety of issues that are now under threat in the Trump administration, from reproductive rights to the environment and climate change.
At its core, however, was a simple belief: "Women's Rights are Human Rights and Human Rights are Women's Rights."
Here are just 10 Washington protesters explaining why it was important to them to take part in the historic event.
Hailey & Ophilia
Photo Source: Quincy Ledbetter/Mic
- Tarang Uppal, IWI staff videographer