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The Key to Change: Women's Rights Organizations and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

November 11, 2019

Time’s up on inequality and we are committed to supporting women’s rights movements as key actors in creating a more equitable and sustainable world! At ImpactMapper, we work to change how the world sees impact. So we formed a collective of partners to strengthen the global evidence base of women's rights organizations’ key achievements and to track how they are engaged with the SDGs.

Time’s up on inequality and we are committed to supporting women’s rights movements as key actors in creating a more equitable and sustainable world! At ImpactMapper, we work to change how the world sees impact. So we formed a collective of partners to strengthen the global evidence base of women's rights organizations’ key achievements and to track how they are engaged with the SDGs.

Together, we can collect data and learn about the inspiring work and achievements of these important catalyst organizations and movements and mobilize more money for strategies that are working to achieve the SDGs. This evidence gathering project is especially important given the short timeframe that we have to close progress gaps toward achieving the SDGs. 

Are you a women’s rights organization? Do you partner with or support a women’s rights organization? Are you part of a women’s rights movement?

If so, please join us by completing the survey (available in English, Arabic, Russian, Portuguese, French, and Spanish) today, before December 13!

Our goals are to: 

  1. Build the collective evidence base on your long-term achievements. You can add these to your proposals and communications materials, to help elevate your achievements and direct more funding toward this impactful sector.
  2. Share your key achievements and successful strategies in a public and searchable database. Should you choose to share it, your work will be part of a unique database where other organizations and donors can find you by your issue area, region, country, and impact.
  3. Connect with other groups or experts who share your values, work on similar issues, are active in your regions, or are experts in a topic you’re interested in.
  4. Contribute to and access knowledge from the public report and data on the collective achievements of women's rights movement-building organizations.

Follow the project website to read about our context, goals, and approach, as well as the results of the survey when they are completed and a database of participating organizations.

Check out our press kit with ‘ready-to-post’ social media messages, hashtags, images, and sample emails (available in English, Arabic, Russian, Portuguese, French, and Spanish) so you can share with partners and colleagues! 

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