WFM-IGP's first ever crowdfunding campaign: Empower Women Seeking Justice & Peace

Around the globe, atrocity crimes and sexual and gender-based violence in conflict disproportionately affect women and girls at an alarming rate. Historically, many of the grave abuses suffered by women in situations of armed conflict have been marginalized or overlooked, and women often left out of discussions of conflict prevention and peace-building. These women not only deserve to see justice and redress, but also have a critical role to play in preventing atrocity crimes and building lasting peace.

WFM-IGP is taking action to bring women to the forefront of discussions on international justice and conflict prevention. By leveraging the power of our global activist networks—the Coalition for the International Criminal Court and the International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect—we are opening up space for women's activism in conflict and post-conflict environments; amplifying the voices of women speaking out on issues of atrocity prevention and international justice; empowering them to seek justice for themselves and their communities; and bringing the diverse, locally-grounded perspectives of our coalition members to those with power to create real, systemic change in our global systems of justice and governance.

In order to sustain this important work, we need your help.

WFM-IGP has launched our first ever crowdfunding campaign as a part of the GlobalGiving Foundation’s competitive Accelerator program. To succeed in this campaign, and benefit from a permanent partnership with the Foundation, including access to their broad donor base and corporate sponsors, we must raise $5,000 by September 29 for our project. 

Help us meet our fundraising goal of $5,000 and support WFM-IGP’s initiatives to empower women seeking justice and peace by donating to our project on GlobalGiving or sharing this link with your friends and family to raise awareness about the importance of women’s role in international justice, peace and security. 





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