Thanks to everyone who listened to this morning’s Women’s Funding Network: Power Of Witness Webinar, below is a transcript of the recording
Power of Witness – women, children, and the Syrian refugee crisis – Women’s Funding Network webinar
WFN: Women’s Funding Network is thrilled and honored to host Jane Sloane today. She is the Vice President of programs at Global Fund for Women which is a grant-making organization focusing on human rights for women and girls. Jane previously worked as a Vice President of development with Women’s World Banking in New York and prior to that she was the Executive Director of the International Women’s Development Agency supporting women’s rights organizations across the Asia and the Pacific region.… Continue Reading
My appearance on Full Frame CCTV with Mike Walters talking about ending child marriage…
Thanks Mike and the team @ Full Frame for such a wonderful experience
This is shocking. 700 million of the world’s married women were wed before they turned 18. That’s according to UNICEF. This means that twenty eight girls are entering into child marriage every minute worldwide; some 15 million girls per year. Tragically some are as young as eight years old.… Continue Reading
Annie Wright in conversation with author Jane Sloane examines the role of engaging men in the women’s movement. How men supporting women can re-imagine and improve their lives. How gender inclusion can rebalance and influence decision making and the design and delivery of programs and policies.
Thanks so much to everyone who came to my book launch at the San Francisco library and made it so special. Thanks to my colleagues at Global Fund for Women who made it all possible.… Continue Reading
Annie Wright in conversation with author Jane Sloane consider examples of how best to empower and support women personally and professionally, specifically focusing on the Asia Pacific Breakthrough summit that Jane led in 2009.
Thanks so much to everyone who came to my book launch at the San Francisco library and made it so special. Thanks to my colleagues at Global Fund for Women who made it all possible.
Annie Wright in conversation with author Jane Sloane discuss mentors and mentorship, in particular it focuses on her work with mentor and teacher Stella Cornelius founder of Conflict Resolution Network. Jane talks about her own role as a mentor and how this led her to write a popular blog piece called 50 tips for Young Women in the World. Jane reads a few of her favourites.
Thanks so much to everyone who came to my book launch at the San Francisco library and made it so special.… Continue Reading
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