Time passes by, inequalities remain.
The W7 mouvement brings together associations that defend women’s and girls’ rights in the G7 countries and all over the world, and that take action to make sure that the G7 adopts financial and political measures in favour of gender equality.
To make sure that the G7 adopts a truly feminist position and policies, two actions must be prioritised:
•Increasing financial resources that are dedicated to feminist associations and NGOs, which have, at all levels (local, national and international), the legitimacy and the field expertise to implement initiatives that have a concrete impact on women’s and girls’ rights!
•Ensuring a full and effective participation of women and girls in decision-making, by recognising women’s diversity, giving equal voice to each one of them, whatever their privilege or situation vulnerability
The 50/50 Digital Magazine was created in 2014.
50-50 Magazine is a unique French pure player magazine covering all topics through the lens of gender equality.
The magazine partners with a large variety of feminist organizations, in order to shed light on their engagement and actions around the world in favor of women’s rights and gender equality. We are empowered by transnational feminism. Those who are not heard, not read, and so rarely invited by the media found their place at 50/50 Magazine.
AAEEH has been active in France and abroad since its creation in 2012
AAEEH's missions are: promote the right to education for children with disabilities; contribute to the achievement of quality education for ALL; promote the empowerment of persons with disabilities and especially girls with disabilities through; education and training; contribute to research on education and disability issues She works in France and abroad,
Our actions are geared towards advocating for quality education for children with disabilities and mainstreaming disability into public and development policies, promoting access to education for girls with disabilities; Disability awareness, multiform support to the schooling of students with disabilities.
The cultural and tourist association for development through tourism is a non-profit organization founded in France in Cergy in 2015.
ACT-DTOUR is a cultural and tourism-based organization of international solidarity that promotes cultural exchanges, local populations and their territories in disadvantaged regions in the south of the Sahara. ACT-DTOUR considers that sustainable and inclusive development cannot be achieved without the involvement of women and girls, actors of change and innovation.
ACT-DTOUR France organises every year in partnership with ACT-DTOUR Cameroon an event called “SOLINO”, on Christmas solidarity thematic. Its mission is to provide support to the most vulnerable children in a school, train pedagogical teams, involve local population on gender equality, living together, preserving the environment and taking hygienic measures and advocate to authorities.
Created in 1998, administration Moderne is the French interministerial association of high-ranked female civil servants.
Administration moderne animates the work of all women's networks of the administration, which involves the entire chain of public action, and work for all women in all categories. It has an objective of general interest. In order for the public decision to meet the interests of the social body, it must be elaborated and implemented at all levels by women and men.
We act as a force of proposals with the Government authorities and Parliament on integrating gender equality into public governance (laws, decrees, circulars, management, etc.).
Since its creation in 1996, AFEM has been working to build a democratic, social and secular Europe based on the guarantee and promotion of fundamental human rights, equality between men and women in all fields, and to strengthen civil society on the basis of the same universal values and rights.
The Southern European Women's Association (AFEM) is a federation of women, associations and national platforms of feminist associations from the countries of the European Union and its neighbourhood, particularly from southern Europe and the Mediterranean region.
AFEM pursues a permanent dialogue with the institutions of the Council of Europe, the United Nations, the European Union, the national and local public authorities of the countries in which it operates and civil society organisations. AFEM has enjoyed INGO participatory status with the Council of Europe since 2001. Since 2014, it has been coordinating the Group of Feminist INGOs of the Civil Society Assembly.
The AFFDU was founded in 1920.
The AFFDU was created, after the First World War, by women academics with a great ambition for women. They were convinced that girls' education is the key to the advancement of women.
AFFDU provides scholarships to female doctoral students and high school graduates who wish to undertake postgraduate studies. AFFDU organizes every 2 years a women's book fair where 80 women from all disciplines present and dedicate their latest essays. Our journal « Diplomees » releases every year two issues focused on critical topics discussed by academics and professionals.
All In is an active organization since 2018
All In is dedicated to bring greater diversity and women in the domain of Artificial Intelligence. To make this happen, we are committed to our training program which empowers participants to advance within AI.
All In's mission :
Educate young girls in the tech field and artificial intelligence
Train professors in artificial intelligence so that they can introduce this growing field to their students and the challenges and opportunities associated with it
Inspire and lead young women towards digital innovation with our community of experts and partners.
In 2015, the Alliance des Jeunes Ambassadeurs pour la Santé de la Reproduction et la Planification Familiale en Afrique de l'Ouest Francophone, abbreviated AJA/SRPF/AO, was formed in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
This youth alliance is committed to promoting adolescent and youth health and repositioning family planning in the member countries of the Ouagadougou Partnership. The objectives of the Alliance are to give visibility to the activities of national coalitions of civil society organizations dedicated to Family Planning through digital platforms, to disseminate the National FP Action Plans.
The Alliance organizes group discussion sessions on FP in the form of educational talks, facilitates digital networks to convey messages on young people's sexual and reproductive health, takes an active part in organizing nationwide FP awareness activities involving CSO/FP coalitions, sets up clubs, guides young people to care facilities, and offers play activities that encourage young people to adopt positive behaviour change in favour of adolescent and youth reproductive health and FP and HIV/AIDS.
Animafac has been supporting student initiatives since 1996.
For more than 20 years, the Animafac network has been committed to support student initiatives, promote youth participation and enable engaged young people to meet each other.
As a resource centre, citizenship booster, laboratory for ideas and space for advocacy, Animafac helps student associations and their members in the realisation of their projects. By carrying a peer learning model, Animafac's ambition is to allow these students, often young, to "find themselves" rather than "place themselves".
CARE was founded in 1945 and CARE France in 1983.
The international NGO CARE, non-partisan and non-sectarian, is one of the largest confederations for humanitarian aid in the world. The CARE network is present in 95 countries. In 2018, 56 million people have been beneficiaries of CARE’s programmes. Across all projects and advocacy actions, CARE is committed to promote human rights, gender equality, social, economic and environmental justice, as well as good governance.
CARE tackles the root causes of poverty by adopting an integrated approach, to work in a complementary manner on different themes: access to health, education, economic development, food security, etc. In emergency or development contexts, CARE promotes the central role of women and girls as agents of development.
The French Coordination for the European Women's Lobby is an association created in 1991 under the 1901 law.
The French Coordination for the European Women’s Lobby is a network of more than 60 French organizations that campaign for gender equality and women's rights at a national level. We work primarily through advocacy with the government and parliament in France, Europe and internationally since we are a NGO accredited to the United Nations.
• To promote parity and equality between woman and men in legal, political, educational, cultural and sports terms.
• To fight against all violence against women, including prostitution.
• To defend reproductive and sexual health and rights.
• To defend professional equality and promote women's entrepreneurship.
• To promote secularism as an emancipatory principle.
• To recognize the rights of migrant women.
The National Council of French Women was founded in 1901. The NCFW created the Feminism General Estates in 1929.
The NCFW federates associations and people mobilised for the defence of women’s rights, equality between Women and Men and the fight against all forms of violence caused to women across the world. It is affiliated to the International Council of Women (ICW), an NGO founded in 1888, as well as to the European Centre of the International Council of Women (ECICW).
The NCFW organises workshops, symposiums, debates on the situation of women in all spheres of society following which it produces proposals published and delivered to the concerned actors.
Founded in 1994 Coordination Sud brings together more than 170 French NGOs working in international solidarity.
Coordination SUD - Solidarité Urgence Développement - is the national platform of French international solidarity NGOs. A hundred of them are members through six networks: CLONG-Volontariat, Cnajep, Coordination Humanitaire et Développement, Crid, Forim, Groupe Initiatives. Coordination SUD is a member of French, European and international associative networks: Mouvement associatif, Concord (the confederation of European emergency and development NGOs) and FORUS
Coordination SUD ensures four missiosn: 1) Promotion and defense of the sector, 2) Strengthening the professionalisation of organizations through advice and training, 3) Advocacy on international solidarity with public and private institutions, in France, in Europe and worldwide, 4) Monitoring and analysis services, and information dissemination.
Droits humains pour tou·te·s was created in 2015 by civil society actors.
In 2015, the group Droits humains pour tou·te·s has brought together different members of civil society to demand that the institutions of the French Republic abandon their use of the expression « droits de l’Homme » and replace it with the expression « droits humains » in the official terminology of the Republic. The group's manifesto has been signed by over 70 associations and institutions, as well as by more than 50 personalities.
After having organized two press conferences in 2015, the group has organized since 2016 an annual public-speaking contest which takes place in December.
Since 1983, the aim of Du Côté des Femmes has been to work for the autonomy of women with an emancipatory aim.
L'association assure la mise en sécurité des femmes victimes de violences et de leurs enfants. Elle effectue des actions de formation et de sensibilisation des acteurs actrices du territoire (police, justice, travailleur-e-s sociaux, agent-e-s d’accueil, animateurs, animatrices…) afin de les sensibiliser aux violences faites aux femmes ; à l'accès à la citoyenneté, avec la Maison des femmes de Cergy et celle de Sarcelles ; en direction des jeunes collégiens, et des jeunes filles sur les relations égalitaires garçons-filles. Elle assure aussi l'accompagnement des femmes bénéficiaires du Téléphone « grave danger » TGD
The association ensures the safety of women victims of violence and their children. It carries out training and awareness-raising activities to local actors (police, justice, social workers, reception agents, facilitators, animators, animators, etc.) to raise awareness of violence against women; access to citizenship, with the Women's House in Cergy and Sarcelles; for young high school students and girls on gender equality relations. It also provides support for women beneficiaries of the "serious danger" TGD telephone.
En avant toute(s) acts mainly with young people since 2013.
"En avant toute(s) ("Go Forwards Girls") is a youth organization which promotes gender equality by questioning gender roles in society. They help young women who are experiencing violence in their relationships or in their family through the first French web tchat. Their actions are aimed at all public without distinction of gender, social class, culture, beliefs, or sexual orientation.
The tchat is anonymous, safe and free. It is open to anyone having doubts about experiencing or having experienced abuse in their relationship to talk about it, and to have access to information and advice. En avant toute(s) also holds school-based preventive and creative workshops on gender equality, and manages a platform of information and quiz through their website www.enavanttoutes.fr.
Equilibres & Populations was created in 1993, by doctors and journalists, in the context of the Cairo International Conference on Population and Development.
Equipop acts on the national and international scene for the rights and health of women and girls in West Africa. In Equipop's vision, there can be no sustainable development without the involvement of half of humanity's women. Improving women's living conditions and status, including sexual and reproductive health and rights, is both a factor and a marker of development.
Equipop's action is divided into three complementary components:
• To stimulate social change dynamics as close as possible to the populations.
• Mobilize influential actors to create a more favourable institutional and legal environment.
• Support development partners by strengthening their capacity to intervene.
Excision, parlons-en! (Let's talk about FGC!) has been active since 2013 and brings together associations and other legal entities as well as individuals workig on the theme of FGC in France and around the world, and on the defence of human rights and women's rights in particular.
The association proposes to work towards the disappearance of female sexual mutilation by promoting networking, calling on public decision makers and the media and by disseminating information on the evolution of the practice in the world, in Europe and in France. Excision, parlons-en ! aims, in particular, at developing institutional advocacy activities to put the issue of FGC on the agenda of policy makers and informing the public at risk as well as the general public.
Excision, parlons-en! produced the photo report "Running away from excision, women refugees journey". This moving exhibit aims at raising the visitor's awareness about the issues of asylum and FGC. Excision, parlons-en! is an actor in the online training platform on female genital mutilation UEFGM (United to End Female Genital Mutilations) launched in February 2017. The Excision Alert Campaign of Excision, parlons-en! aims at preventing and protecting French teenage girls.
Femmes solidaires is a universalist feminist movement of popular education born in 1945
Femmes solidaires is a feminist, universalist movement involved in popular education. It defends the fundamental values of secularism, gender diversity, and equality for women’s rights, peace and freedom. The movement develops a non-sexist, non-violent education from a young age. Femmes solidaires is for all women who want to fight for their rights and freedoms.
Femmes solidaires carries out advocacy actions at the national and international levels to advance women's rights and reduce all forms of discrimination and violence against women. We intervene in schools and workplaces to raise awareness about gender stereotypes, the values of the Republic, women's rights and the fight against cyber violence.
The Euro-Mediterranean Women's Foundation has been in existence since 2014.
The Euro-Mediterranean Women’s Foundation (FFEM in French) promotes joint work between the entities promoting gender equality work together (associations, research and education entities, ministerial departments, local authorities, media, trade unions and enterprises) in the 43 states of the Union for the Mediterranean. The FFEM aims at advancing women's political, social, economic and cultural rights, and at combating violence against women and gender stereotypes and behaviors in a more coordinated way.
The FFEM operates at several levels:
• Encouraging partnerships between gender quality actors in Europe and in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean, especially in Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, Palestine ;
• Monitoring the effective implementation of public equality policies on the ground ;
• Promoting the knowledge generated in the region and disseminating it at the Euro-Mediterranean level.
The FFMed was created in 2008
The FFMed was established to resource and advance women’s and girls’ groups and organizations, re-shape the culture of philanthropy and rally support for gender equality in France and throughout the Mediterranean region. Its strategy is defined in close collaboration with organizations and networks created by women in the region, allowing us to strengthen the women’s movement in a holistic way.
The FFMed acts on 4 components: Provide financial support to women's associations; Strengthen the network of associations working to bring the feminist movement together by strengthening associations and networks; Contribute to the generational renewal of the women's movement through training in collective intelligence and support for their associations/actions; Develop advocacy to convince donors to give more and commit themselves more for women's rights in the Mediterranean.
The Mediterranean Women's Forum of Marseille is a French association created in 1993 by Esther FOUCHIER after the First International Meeting of Mediterranean Women in November 1992, in Valencia, Spain.
Forum Femmes Méditerranée brings together women, either individually or as representatives of associations from different social backgrounds, sometimes exiled from countries around the Mediterranean but all currently living in Marseille or in the Provence Alpes Côtes d'Azur Region. The Forum brings together the capacities, skills and human qualities of its members and partner structures.
The Mediterranean Women's Forum is both a research organisation, an association that supports projects to create income-generating activities in Algeria and Morocco around solidarity tourism and organises training sessions to help women create the best conditions for the development of their businesses.
The National Federation for Women's Solidarity (FNSF) was created in 1987.
Women’s Solidarity National Federation (FNSF) is a network of 67 associations hosting, counselling and sheltering women victims of domectic violence and their children.
FNSF also created and manage the 3919, national phone number for women victims of domestic violence. FNSF also has an observatory of violence, advocacy, legal action, housing and security management for women at risk and organizes training of professionals, develops media campaigns, publications and videos.
GHA was created in 2001 and registered under French law in 2008
Global Health Advocates France is a French advocacy NGO working on global health to mobilise resources and public policies that guarantee the right to health and fight against health inequalities. Its goal is to strengthen political and financial support from European and French decision-makers towards these issues .
Based in Paris and Bruxelles, Global Health Advocates France carries out advocacy towards the French and European Union institutions. The Paris office works with the government, the administration and Members of Parliament to support and defend ODA (official development assistance) and global health budgets, as well as to monitor and influence French development policies and global health strategies to ensure equitable access to health for all.
Humanity Diaspo has been active since 2018
Humanity Diaspo is an apolitical, non-confessional NGO specialised in the implementation of national and international humanitarian emergency and development programs. We hold close to our hearts the empowerment of vulnerable populations, the respect of human rights and human dignity.
The international section of our NGO allows diaspora from the world to connect with organisations from their home country. In France, Humanity Diaspo is working on the field with migrants, refugees and homeless people. Moreover Humanity Diaspo campaigns against the death penalty and is also a feminist organisation advocating for women’s rights in France and worldwide.
In the early 1950s, a group of women and men started to campaign vociferously and visibly for women’s rights to control their own fertility.
We believe: in social inclusion with a demonstrated commitment to enable the rights of the most under-served to be realised; in diversity, respecting all regardless of their age, gender, status, identity, sexual orientation or expression; our passion and determination inspire others to have the courage to challenge and seek social justice for all; in the significant contribution our volunteerism delivers across a range of roles and as activists inspiring the Federation to advance its mission; in accountability as a cornerstone of trust which is demonstrated through high performance, ethical standards and transparency.
In 2017, IPPF delivered 208.6 million sexual and reproductive health services and contributed to 146 policy and legal changes in support of sexual and reproductive health and rights. An estimated 8 in 10 of IPPF’s service users were poor and vulnerable, including 3.1 million people affected by a humanitarian crisis. IPPF provided 21.1 million couple years of protection in 2017, a 12 per cent increase from 2016. This averted an estimated 6.6 million unintended pregnancies and 1.7 million unsafe abortions.
#JamaisSansElles was founded in 2016 by women and men entrepreneurs and digital personalities
The association promotes gender diversity in all sectors of society, especially in the worlds of digital technologies, science and artificial intelligence ... Two hundred and fifty male and female leaders have joined forces with #JamaisSansElles. The hashtag is widely distributed across social networks (more than 200,000 mentions and a potential average reach greater than 35 million people per month). Male signatories commit, as well, to never participate in single-sex events.
#JamaisSansElles [Never Without Her] proposes concrete initiatives to promote equal participation and visibility of women in decision-making bodies and in positions of power and representation. The association develops charters in partnership with firms and governance actors, and is committed in the field of education, with the support of the Ministry, to the fight against gender stereotypes.
Since 1980, Doctors of the World - Médecins du Monde (MdM) provides care to the most vulnerable populations in the world and victims of armed conflicts and natural disasters.
As an international medical and humanitarian organisation, Médecins du Monde is engaged in action beyond the provision of medical care. It denounces situations in which human dignity and human rights are under attack and works alongside populations in their struggle to improve their situation. For more than thirty years, MdM has been active in projects related to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR).
Priorities are about prevention and management of Unwanted Pregnancies, response to the SRGH needs in crisis situations and prevention of Cervical cancer. MdM is actually implementing about 20 projects throughout the SRHR continuum of care.
Founded in 1956 as "Happy Motherhood", it became the French Movement for Family Planning (MFPF), called "Family Planning" in 1960.
Family Planning is an activist, feminist and popular education association that takes into account all sexualities, defends the right to contraception, abortion and sexuality education. It denounces and fights against all forms of gender based violence, against HIV and STIs, and against all forms of discrimination and social inequalities.
In France 76 departmental associations, inform, listen, advise on all issues about sexuality and sexual orientation, gender-based violence, either in individual interviews or group activities,. Some offer medical consultations for contraception, abortion and sexual health (screening and treatment of STIs). Internationally, the PF conducts capacity building and training of community health workers and medical staff
Nouvelle Page was founded in 2017 by Afghan refugees for their newly arrived compatriots or those already settled in France.
The Nouvelle Page association has set itself 3 main missions: To create a culture of peace between the different Afghan communities arriving or residing in France, to favor the integration of Afghan refugees by orienting them towards partner structures for learning French or accommodation, and provide administrative and practical assistance to both asylum seekers and statutory refugees.
Since 2019, Nouvelle Page receives at the Maison des associations of the 3rd and 4th arr. from Paris. It has about one hundred Afghan members very active in the reception of theirs, the translation of documents, the assistance for prefecture, OFPRA, CNDA, social services. It has established links with dozens of associations and professional volunteers (writers, lawyers, HR advisors).
OLYMPE is an association created in 2018 by lawyers experienced in the reception and support of women victims of violence.
Its action is carried out in Paris and mainly in the city's political districts. Olympus' vocation is to work for real equality between women and men in society, through the prevention of gender-based and sexual violence, the care and support of victims in their police, judicial, social and professional actions.
• Legal information: legal offices providing access to specialized, free and confidential rights for the predominantly female public.
• Support for women victims of domestic, sexual and gender-based violence in their police, judicial, administrative, social and professional activities.
• Training of professionals on domestic violence and its impact on children, violence at work.
• Raising public and youth awareness on gender equality, the fight against violence and discrimination and access to rights in order to educate to better combat inequalities and promote the effective exercise of citizenship.
ONE is an NGO created in 2004 and co-founded by singer Bono.
ONE is an international campaign and advocacy organization supported by 9.5 million people worldwide, a third of them in Africa and more than 460,000 in France, who are working to end extreme poverty, particularly in Africa. We are convinced that the fight against extreme poverty is not a question of charity, but of justice and equality. Strictly without political affiliation, ONE campaigns to raise awareness and mobilize the greatest number of citizens and political leaders on international solidarity issues.
ONE works with leaders around the world to fight AIDS and other preventable diseases, to increase investment in key sectors such as education and health, to address gender inequalities and to demand greater transparency from companies and governments. ONE teams in Europe, Africa and North America are lobbying policy makers to encourage them to support and fund policies that can make a real difference in the lives of the poorest people.
UN Women French National Committee is a non-profit organization that represents UN Women - the United Nations agency for gender equality and women's empowerment - in France since 2013.
UN Women French Committee bridges in France UN Women's actions in favor of women's rights and the promotion of gender equality. It supports the agency's global outreach programs in more than 90 countries by leveraging the generosity of donors and the general public.
UN Women French Committee develops actions of advocacy, education and public awareness as well as partnerships with institutional, entrepreneurial and event players. It focuses its actions on ending violence against women, economic empowerment, political leadership, professional and gender equality and the fight against stereotypes.
Osez le féminisme ! was created in 2009.
Osez le Féminisme ! is an activist association whose objective is to change attitudes and advance equality between women and men. Osez le Féminisme! as an organization welcome both women and men, and is composed of volunteers with an average age of 35 years old. The network has 26 branches in France and one in Switzerland, and get involved with feminist networks such as migrant women's mouvement in Europe (ENOMW) and with the French Coordination for the European Women's Lobby (CLEF and the EWL itself).
Osez le Féminisme ! organizes meetings and debates throughout France, produces a bimonthly newspaper, designs and carries out awareness-raising campaigns on various topics concerning women's rights, and offers conferences and training courses open to all.
In 1988, a group of citizens, committed to the associative world, launched a Call for more ethical and fairer "North-South" relations, to take sustainable action against global inequalities and poverty. The association Agir ici pour un monde solidaire will become Oxfam France in 2006 by joining the international confederation Oxfam.
Oxfam France is a member of the Oxfam confederation, an international development organization that mobilizes citizen power against poverty. It works in more than 90 countries to find sustainable solutions to end the injustices that lead to poverty.
Oxfam advocates around the world to combat gender inequalities, particularly economic inequalities, and to defend women's rights, and sets up field programmes to support women's associations and local communities (support for women farmers, programmes to combat violence, participation in public life, etc.). In France, it recently published a report to sound the alarm on the current situation of women who combine work and poverty.
Plan International was founded in 1937 and Plan International France in 1993
Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. It strives for a just world, working together with children, young people, supporters and partners.
Plan International works with children, young people and communities to tackle the root causes of discrimination against girls, exclusion and vulnerability. It supports children’s rights from birth until they reach adulthood. Its work enables children to prepare for and respond to crises and adversity. Using it reach, experience and knowledge, Plan International drives changes in practice and policy at local, national and global levels. It is independent of governments, religions and political parties. For over 80 years it has been building powerful partnerships for children and is active in more than 70 countries.
The REF is a platform created in 2005. It now brings together 40 civil society organizations.
Le REF œuvre pour faciliter la constitution entre ses membres de réseaux de réflexion et d’action sur les problématiques euro-méditerranéennes et accompagner ceux-ci dans leurs initiatives, notamment auprès des pouvoirs publics et des institutions européennes; favoriser le décloisonnement et la mise en synergie des diverses initiatives euromed de la société civile, à travers la mobilisation des acteurs non gouvernementaux français et autres alliés potentiels dans le cadre d’initiatives conjointes et de partenariats.
The REF works to facilitate the creation between its members of networks for reflection and action on Euro-Mediterranean issues and to support them in their initiatives, in particular with public authorities and European institutions; to encourage the decompartmentalisation and synergy of the various Euromed initiatives of civil society, through the mobilisation of French non-governmental actors and other potential allies in the framework of joint initiatives and partnerships.
Regards de Femmes, an association under the French 1901 Association Law, recognized as an NGO holding a consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council, and OING for the Francophonie was created in Lyon in 1998.
Regards de femmes is a universalist feminist association working in the field of women's rights in France, Europe and the world. Women's Perspectives, has the following objectives: - Deconstruct stereotypes that lock girls and boys into expected behaviours - Promote political and professional parity - Combat economic, moral, psychological, physical and sexual violence against women because they are women; - Affirm the universal principles of equality between women and men and secularism - Promote solidarity between women in France, Europe and the world.
To achieve the MDGs and MDGs, Women's Perspectives implements actions to ensure that women participate in decision-making in the family, economic and political spheres. Regards de femmes is a member of the Francophone network for gender equality. Its president, Michèle Vianès, is the coordinator for Western Europe.
UNFM France Europe is the Paris branch of the Union Nationale des Femmes du Maroc, a royal organization created in 1969.
The National Union of Women of Morocco France Europe is an association under the 1901 law.
Our missions are: the promotion in France and Europe of women of Moroccan diversity, their participation and involvement in civil, social and economic life in both the host country and the country of origin; the partnership with associations and NGOs working in the fields of integration, mutual aid, solidarity and assistance for children and families from Moroccan diversity; the enhancement of the culture of the country of origin, the country of birth and the host country; intercultural and religious dialogue; the development of tools for intercultural and religious dialogue, mediation and social, cultural and entrepreneurial promotion; assistance with information and support; the organisation of meetings and exchanges between women and women/men from diverse backgrounds in Europe and the world.
UNICEF - United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund - is a United Nations agency, established in 1946 and headquartered in New York. UNICEF France, founded in 1964 on an accreditation agreement, is one of these committees.
UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to save children’s lives, to defend their rights, and to help them fulfil their potential, from early childhood through adolescence. And we never give up.
UNICEF works day-in day-out in the world’s toughest places to reach the most vulnerable and disadvantaged children. Delivering results for children and young people is our driving force.
WECF France was founded in 2008, to build with women a just, healthy, and sustainable Planet for all.
WECF France is the French office of WECF (Women engage for a common future), an international network of women’s and environmental organisations, created in 1994 after the 1992 Earth Summit of Rio de Janeiro. WECF France supports projects on the ground, and advocates at the local national and international levels.
WECF France is involved in major issues such as environmental health, the fight against climate change, the quality of food, access to water and sanitation, crosscutting the fight against inequalities and the protection of the most vulnerable populations, especially pregnant women and children. We take action both with the population and with political institutions and bodies to call at the same time for individual responsibility and collective responsibility.
In 2013, Frédérique Martz and Dr. Pierre Foldes, urologist surgeon, created the Institute of Reproductive Health, which became Women Safe in 2017, to effectively assist women and children who are victims of violence.
Women Safe – Institut en Santé Génésique, is the first multidisciplinary support centre for women and children victims of violence. Our organisation is acting from the detection to the holistic care of all types of violence (psychological, verbal, physical, sexual, ritual, economic), whatever the place where they were perpetrated (in intra-family, at work, in a community...).
The Women Safe staff of lawyers, nurses, advisors, physiotherapist,, GPs, osteopath, theater and yoga teachers and psychologists provides global, confidential and free support adapted to the needs of each woman or child received. The organisation is also acting for a collective awareness thanks to the training for the professionals, and the education of the general public through campaigns, organisation of seminars, sports or cultural events. Finally, Women Safe is the outsourced partner for fighting sexual harassment with several universities in the Paris region
In 2004, IPPF EN launched the Sexual Awareness For Europe (SAFE) project aimed to develop the capacities of young people in the region and enhance their SRHR. The SAFE project launched the YSAFE network in 2006.
Youth Sexual Awareness For Europe (YSAFE) is a network of young volunteers of the Member Associations of the International Planned Parenthood Federation European Network (IPPF EN). YSAFE strives to improve the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) of young people at national and regional level in Europe and Central Asia.
Our main goals are to ensure meaningful youth participation in decision making and implementation at the level of the Member Associations, the Regional Office and the governance of IPPF EN and IPPF; strengthen the capacity of its members to make their voice heard on SRHR; facilitate the exchange of knowledge, skills and best practices; and join forces with other youth organisations in initiatives at national, regional and international level.
The W7 Summit will take place at the UNESCO House, in Paris, on 9 May. Through panel discussions and exchanges, feminists from all over the world will demand political representatives to take commitments for a truly feminist G7.
1 – Feminist public policies: what are we talking about?
2 – Women speaking out! Women’s participation in policy-making and decision-making processes
3 – Funding for women’s rights: a change of scale and paradigm
4 – Sexual and reproductive health and rights: swept under the carpet?
1 – Women’s economic empowerment: the economy at the expense of women?
2 – Sexual and gender-based violence: sizing up to the challenge
3 – Education: a key lever to transform gender and power relations
4 – From words to action: feminists hold governments accountable
With members of the Gender Equality Advisory Council (GEAC)
Lunch break & W7 press conference: 12h40 – 14h
The W7 hands over its recommendations
Youth Envoy for African Union
Head of Regional and Influencing Partnership PLAN International West Africa
Youth Association for Active Citizenship and Democracy
Senior Program Manager for Dignified Work
Policy Director ICRW
President Ecuador Gender Equality Council
Youth Sexual Awareness For Europe
Co-founder and President of the Board of Directors
Young Women Leaders of West Africa Network, EcranBenin
Policy Manager Oxfam Canada
Humanitarian and Protection Policy Expert WeWorld GVC
Reproductive Health Initiative
Network of Youth Ambassadors for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Family Planning
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President Club of Young Girls Leaders of Guinea
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Director Gender Action for Peace and Security
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Executive Director Equipop
General Director CARE France
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President Modern Administration
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The G7 is a discussion group consisting of seven of the largest world economic powers, as well as the European Union, organised under a rotating presidency. In 2019, France will be the one to welcome the G7 Summit in Biarritz.
The G7 French Presidency, which will run throughout 2019, made the fight against inequalities its priority. Under this framework, gender equality plays an important role and has the potential to be addressed all across the issues treated by the G7. The 2018 G7 in Canada had initiated a dynamic impulse in this direction, which now continues in 2019, as shown by the reappointment of the Gender Equality Advisory Council. This display of thematic priorities now needs to be translated into concrete commitments, to be taken by the G7 governments. There is a difference between reporting on the challenges related to gender equality, and the actual decision-making to tackle and rectify them. In particular, there is a need to take financial commitments and to open the decision-making processes to feminist activists, both for the national and foreign policies of G7 countries.
President of the European Council
President of the European Commission
• Fighting inequality of opportunity, so that everyone has a chance regardless of their gender and origins
• Fighting inequality related to environmental degradation
• Fighting inequality through digital development and artificial intelligence
• Fighting inequality through a renewed partnership with Africa
• Security and counter-terrorism
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Le responsable publication est une personne physique ou une personne morale.
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Le site https://www.feministscount.org/ est mis à jour régulièrement par Sylvain TRAN. De la même façon, les mentions légales peuvent être modifiées à tout moment : elles s’imposent néanmoins à l’utilisateur qui est invité à s’y référer le plus souvent possible afin d’en prendre connaissance.
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Toute exploitation non autorisée du site ou de l’un quelconque des éléments qu’il contient sera considérée comme constitutive d’une contrefaçon et poursuivie conformément aux dispositions des articles L.335-2 et suivants du Code de Propriété Intellectuelle.
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En France, les données personnelles sont notamment protégées par la loi n° 78-87 du 6 janvier 1978, la loi n° 2004-801 du 6 août 2004, l'article L. 226-13 du Code pénal et la Directive Européenne du 24 octobre 1995.
A l'occasion de l'utilisation du site https://www.feministscount.org/, peuvent êtres recueillies : l'URL des liens par l'intermédiaire desquels l'utilisateur a accédé au site https://www.feministscount.org/, le fournisseur d'accès de l'utilisateur, l'adresse de protocole Internet (IP) de l'utilisateur.
En tout état de cause Mad and Women ne collecte des informations personnelles relatives à l'utilisateur que pour le besoin de certains services proposés par le site https://www.feministscount.org/. L'utilisateur fournit ces informations en toute connaissance de cause, notamment lorsqu'il procède par lui-même à leur saisie. Il est alors précisé à l'utilisateur du site https://www.feministscount.org/ l’obligation ou non de fournir ces informations.
Conformément aux dispositions des articles 38 et suivants de la loi 78-17 du 6 janvier 1978 relative à l’informatique, aux fichiers et aux libertés, tout utilisateur dispose d’un droit d’accès, de rectification et d’opposition aux données personnelles le concernant, en effectuant sa demande écrite et signée, accompagnée d’une copie du titre d’identité avec signature du titulaire de la pièce, en précisant l’adresse à laquelle la réponse doit être envoyée.
Aucune information personnelle de l'utilisateur du site https://www.feministscount.org/ n'est publiée à l'insu de l'utilisateur, échangée, transférée, cédée ou vendue sur un support quelconque à des tiers. Seule l'hypothèse du rachat de Mad and Women et de ses droits permettrait la transmission des dites informations à l'éventuel acquéreur qui serait à son tour tenu de la même obligation de conservation et de modification des données vis à vis de l'utilisateur du site https://www.feministscount.org/.
Le site n'est pas déclaré à la CNIL car il ne recueille pas d'informations personnelles. .
Les bases de données sont protégées par les dispositions de la loi du 1er juillet 1998 transposant la directive 96/9 du 11 mars 1996 relative à la protection juridique des bases de données.
Le site https://www.feministscount.org/ contient un certain nombre de liens hypertextes vers d’autres sites, mis en place avec l’autorisation de Mad and Women. Cependant, Mad and Women n’a pas la possibilité de vérifier le contenu des sites ainsi visités, et n’assumera en conséquence aucune responsabilité de ce fait.
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Loi n° 78-17 du 6 janvier 1978, notamment modifiée par la loi n° 2004-801 du 6 août 2004 relative à l'informatique, aux fichiers et aux libertés.
Loi n° 2004-575 du 21 juin 2004 pour la confiance dans l'économie numérique.
Utilisateur : Internaute se connectant, utilisant le site susnommé.
Informations personnelles : « les informations qui permettent, sous quelque forme que ce soit, directement ou non, l'identification des personnes physiques auxquelles elles s'appliquent » (article 4 de la loi n° 78-17 du 6 janvier 1978).