We are an award-winning, high-impact social venture that uses journalism as a development tool to educate, employ and empower women in the developing world to produce high-quality local news coverage.
VFC believes passionately in the sacredness of childhood and in each child’s right to be safe, to be treated with dignity and respect, and to learn and grow in the secure embrace of a loving family.
Based at the UCLA School of Law, the Williams Institute is the nation’s leading research center on sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy.
Human Rights Watch stands with victims and activists to prevent discrimination, to uphold political freedom, to protect people from inhumane conduct in wartime, and to bring offenders to justice.
When war descends, women often put the pieces together. From their own experiences of exclusion or surviving without full rights, they understand what a society needs to create a sustainable peace.
Our program is a 13-bed residential treatment center for sexually exploited girls, ages 12-16. We provide intensive treatment services so that girls can heal and achieve healthy relationships.
Our goal is to ensure that children's interests are effectively represented whenever and wherever government makes policy and budget decisions that affect them.
VFC trains Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) who research a child’s situation so they can provide the court with thorough and balanced recommendations of what is best for the child.
Lifewater International is a non-profit, Christian water development organization that works around the world to eliminate water-borne disease and inadequate access to water.
This project, led by the Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health and Human Rights (CPHHR), is designed to build local capacity and document mass atrocities in the ethnic states of Burma.