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ImpactMapper launches the first wave of data on key wins of women’s rights organizations around the world and the SDGs

November 4, 2020

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ImpactMapper launched the first wave of data on our collective project to strengthen the evidence base of key wins of women’s rights and women’s movement building organizations around the world. We are building the world’s largest database of evidence around women’s rights movements' outcomes, aligning them with the SDGs, and generating useful insights to understand why investing in women's movements is so critical.

We are continuing to collect data throughout 2021 for the Generation Equality Forum! Participate today and have your key achievements documented by filling out this survey.

Women’s organizations engaged in movement building are key catalysts of progress as political, social, and economic actors. Research has shown the power of women's movements in ending violence against women and girls, and how empowering women mobilizes and accelerates changes across the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It's time to make this work and these incredible achievements much more visible. To do this, ImpactMapper with global partners are building the largest global database of women's movement building key wins globally, and tracking how groups are engaged in promoting the SDGs! We just released our first wave of data and impact trends, and are looking forward to a groundswell of participation from other women's rights organizations that have not yet completed the survey and had their wins documented. For a preview of the initial impact report, and case studies see below.

For a preview of the database, initial impact report, and case studies see below:

·  Overview site

·  The ImpactReport (with initial dataset)

·  IWDA case study

·  Crafting a Case Study Guide

Also get in touch, team@impactmapper.com, if you would like to partner and adapt this survey for your communities! This work is generously supported by an anonymous donor.

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