Beyond the Sum of our (Body) Parts: A Call to Action from Women and Girls
Beyond the Sum of our (Body) Parts: A Call to Action from Women and Girls is a groundbreaking report born from the voices of over one million women across 14 countries. It challenges the conventional top-down approach to women’s health, emphasizing the urgent need for comprehensive, holistic systems that address their diverse needs and priorities, […]
Women Amid Heat Waves: Voices from Pakistan
In Jacobabad, Pakistan, one of the hottest cities on Earth, temperatures have been regularly surpassing 50°C (122°F) during the summer months. Expectant women and new mothers from these cities explain how the rising temperatures are affecting them.Developed by The Research and Development Forum for Safe Motherhood Pakistan.
The Impact of Climate Change on Maternal and Newborn Health Outcomes
Hosted by the Wilson Center’s Maternal Health Initiative, this event discuess the lasting effects of climate change on maternal and newborn health outcomes and the importance of addressing this often overlooked intersection of issues in global climate discussions.
Building a Movement: A History of White Ribbon Alliance (1999-2019)
Building a Movement chronicles the history of White Ribbon Alliance, beginning in 1999 when an informal coalition of global partners united to make safe motherhood a priority for governments to 2019 with the launch of the What Women Want Campaign.
WMG Storytelling Toolkit
Sharing our stories is vital because when we bring our stories into the light, we not only empower ourselves but also those around us. It is time the world understood that women’s experiences are not isolated. Together we can truly become a wave of voices too loud to ignore.
WMG Event Planning Guide
Women’s March Global Events are at the core of our mission, helping both the local and global communities influence change. Organize an event today to engage your local community and enable one another to create a positive and open environment where daring discussions are the norm and not the exception.