Honorary Degree for Gay McDougall

When Global Fund Board Member Gay McDougall enrolled at Atlanta's Agnes Scott College in 1965, she says, "They (Agnes Scott) weren't ready for me and I wasn't ready for them" McDougall was Agnes Scott’s first Black student. This month the College recognized her courage to integrate and distinguished human rights career. Read More

 

In Memory of Rhonda Copelon

Photo of Rhonda Copelon, courtesy CWGLThe Global Fund for Women mourns the passing of the extraordinary human rights lawyer and activist Rhonda Copelon. We extend our collective solidarity with sister organizations and activists in praise of Rhonda's work. Because of her role in a landmark civil suit in the early 70s, victims of human rights abroad can now seek recourse in U.S. courts. Her spirit lives on in our movements.

If you would like to make a contribution in Rhonda’s memory, you may donate to the Rhonda Copelon Fund for Gender Justice at the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) in New York. Rhonda attended Yale University and worked at CCR before going on to teach law at the City University of New York (CUNY). The Fund will deepen CCR's work on gender litigation and advocacy. Click here to donate to the Copelon Fund or contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information.

You may also make a gift to the Global Fund for Women in Rhonda’s honor.

Read More:
Statement by the Center for Women’s Global Leadership
NY Times Obituary of Rhonda Copelon

Photo Courtesy: Jim Block

 

Young Arab Feminists Blog!

By Preeti Mangala Shekar

A recently held convening in Cairo, Egypt, by GFW grantees brought together 20 young Arab women activists building a collective network of support for young Arab activists in the region.

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Mu Sochua Wins Human Rights Award

Mu SochuaFormer board member and noted Cambodian feminist and human rights activist Mu Sochua is the 2010 recipient of the People's Choice Award instituted by Global Exchange. Find out more about this award and also listen to an inspiring podcast interview with Mu Sochua by GFW's Preeti Shekar. Listen to the podcast »

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Kavita Ramdas Shares Thoughts on Funding and Development

Read a thought provoking interview published in Devex, with Global Fund for Women CEO Kavita Ramdas as she shares her reflections on funding, international development and successful grant-making. Read Morearrow_on_white_s

 
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