With feminist values, the Center for Women's Global Leadership strengthens and bridges voices for human rights towards social justice and self-determination. Working at the intersection of gender, human rights and economic policy, CWGL utilizes an intersectional approach when implementing its strategies for transformation.
Call for Proposals
The Center for Women’s Global Leadership has an immediate need for a graphic designer or firm with experience designing visual identities and a solid understanding of campaign logos. In a very short timeline, the organization requires an enhancement of an existing campaign logo that will accompany a launch in mid/late November. The organization understands the tight deadline and also the unusual nature of developing a campaign logo prior to an overhaul of the organizational identity. To learn more and apply, click here.
Here's what we've been up to lately
- Side event: Gender Dimensions of Contemporary Forms of Slavery and Trafficking in Persons - This Friday, 26 October 2018, our Executive Director, Krishanti Dharmaraj, will be speaking on a panel session about the gender dimensions of contemporary forms of slavery and trafficking in persons.
- Panel session: Addressing the impact of austerity measures on women's human rights - Join us next Wednesday October 24th to discuss the thematic report of the UN Independent Expert on foreign debt.
- Feminist Advocacy for Women's Rights through the UN Course: Join us Spring 2019 for our course taught by Professor Radhika Balakrishnan, on the practice of feminist advocacy on behalf of women’s human rights, especially as seen at the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW).
- Global Feminist Journeys: we're celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Vienna Tribunal for Women's Human Rights & UN World Conference on Human Rights. Learn about this time in the women's rights movement & other initiatives on our #globalfeministjourneys timeline!
- Feminist Economics: we were thrilled to present at IAFFE & the Joint Meeting of UN Agency Executive Boards.
- Dr. Natalia Kanem of UNFPA: we hosted Dr. Kanem to address the CWGL & Rutgers community on human rights, peace & equality