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Contains information of interest to individual Members, including Membership Statement, New Members' Pack, how to apply for a Memorial Fund Award, Grants of Friendship/Invitations, and Membership Matters.

Contains all the information you need for the running of a Club, eg Membership Forms, Annual Returns, Club Governance, How to Start a New Club.

Contains information related to running a Region/National Association/Network, eg the purpose of Regions/National Associations/Networks, and Region/NA/Network governance documents

Contains documentation to help you communicate your activities, eg Template Press Releases, SIGBI Brand Guidelines and Logos, good examples of Club Promotional Material, How To Guides.

Contains information related to Programme Activities, eg a page for each Programme Area, Commission on the Status of Women, SIGBI Programme Database.

Contains documentation related to the running of the Federation, eg SIGBI Governance, Vision 2021.


Assistant Programme Director for Education – Yvonne Gibbon

The Role of Education in Promoting Peace

Read this blog which is a collaboration between the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) and the Global Partnership for Education (GPE). The blog covers the role of education in promoting peace.

Read the blog.


It’s amazing that so many #Soroptimists are working with young girls in schools inspiring them to take up careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

Many Clubs planned activities to celebrate International Women in Engineering Day. Richmond and Dales held an event at RAF Leeming. In addition they are also holding a conference next October which will be attended by 200 pre-GCSE girl students.

Weston-Super-Mare also held an event with 188 year 9 girls with 16 different workshops.

REPORT: Realisation of the equal enjoyment of the right to education by every girl

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The present report was prepared pursuant to Human Rights Council resolution 32/20. It underlines the multiple and intersecting obstacles that limit effective and equal access of girls to education and highlights good practices to address those barriers. It also contains recommendations on appropriate measures to ensure the equal enjoyment of the right to education by every girl and,
in that context, eliminate all gender disparities in education by 2030, in fulfilment of the commitment made in Goal 4 of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Read report.