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Programme Action

Welcome to the Programme section of the members’ website.  These pages give you  information to help you carry out your Programme Action work within your Club or Region/National Association/Network.

Best Practice Awards 2020 – leaflet

Please send this leaflet to your partners, prospective members and other charities to showcase the work that is being done by SIGBI. It can also be printed as an A5 (folded A4) leaflet. Instructions are below:

Membership and Programme Databases

Use the buttons below to access the facility that you want.

All Members can use the “Search Membership and Programme Databases” to search for Region/NA/Network or Club Officers or any Member in order to send them an email, and the Programme Database..  Full instructions are in the Search Directory User Guide.

Any Member can use the “Manage Membership and Programme Databases” in order to add a Project Report and to amend their own contact details.

Club Presidents, Secretaries and Membership Officers can also use the “Manage Membership and Programme Databases” to amend their Club Membership records and Club Officers.

Full instructions are in the Management Directory User Guide.

If you are just looking for advice on entering a Programme Report, then use this handy guide. Complete the Programme Reporting Template (WORD) first, then copy and paste the information telling the “Story” of your project straight into the form.


If you are partnering with another organisation on a project (a partner is someone who you are actively engaged with in carrying out a project, not someone that you fundraise for or donate to), then use the template Letter of Agreement below to establish the responsibilities of both parties:

To add a report to the SIGBI Programme Database you will need to log into the Members’ area.

SI Advocacy Guidelines

For advice on what constitutes advocacy and how to undertake advocacy, please see SI’s Advocacy Guidelines:

UK Programme Action Committee

Soroptimists in the UK will also be interested in viewing the UKPAC Website where you will find information on Study Days and UKPAC Newsletters, plus UKPAC projects such as Reducing Women;s Imprisonment, Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and Human Trafficking.

Use of UN logos

SIGBI is an Organisation in Category 2 Status with the Economic and Social Council since 2013.

With this Status come many privileges but also obligations and responsibilities, one of which is that we do not use the United Nations or ECOSOC logos on our stationery, business cards, websites, meeting banners, cars, office buildings, etc.

Instead we may use the following form of words on our letterheads below the name of our organisation:

“SIGBI is an Organisation in Category 2 Status with the Economic and Social Council since 2013”

UN Women App for Smart Phones

UN Women have produced a new app on Women’s Human Rights.  This could be a useful resource, making it easier to gain access to information you might require for documents, statements, presentations and speeches on women’s human rights and gender issues.  The app can be downloaded to your smart phone (Apple, Android or Blackberry) and/or your table by using the links below or you can search the app store for “Un Women”:
Apple:   Link to the new app „Women’s Human Rights“: Apple
Android:  Link to the new app „Women’s Human Rights“: Android
Blackberry: Link to the new app „Women’s Human Rights“: Blackberry   
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