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Do you want to make a difference to Women and Girls around the World?

Taking action by signing a petition can really make change happen.Petitions are a great way to get your views heard by Government, get Journalists to take notice or raise awareness about a certain issue. There are so many different petitions flying around, so with the help of our Programme Team we’ve selected a few which we feel are right for you to support.

In addition if you’d like to contact your local MP about any issues, you can search for their details here.

Remove Iran from the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)

An Open Letter from Global Women Leaders & Advocates Urging UN Member States to Heed the Call of Iranian Women and Remove the Islamic Republic of Iran from the Commission on the Status of Women In solidarity with Iranian women and girls who are courageously demonstrating for their fundamental human rights, we condemn the brutal violence

Take Action on Homelessness

Join us in calling on the prime minister to take action this winter Temperatures are dropping. Rents are rising. Thousands of families are forced to spend Christmas in run-down bedsits and cramped hostel rooms. But this is not a home. As the new prime minister gets ready to spend his first Christmas in No 10,

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CSW 67 – Session on “Widows Rights”

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Why do we celebrate International Women’s Day?

There is a wonderful image that comes to mind when we imagine women all over the world supporting each other and celebrating each other’s achievements, not only on this special day, but throughout the year. Imagine… just imagine how much more we can achieve when we join forces with other women and become a powerful influence