We support the development of +100 projects, with more grants being awarded in 2017-2018?
This project investigates how global warming has sent rates of child marriage soaring in some of the world’s poorest countries. The results are presented in an innovative format, including 360 video, drone work, data journalism and map
Why do a large number of women in Nepal and Cambodia undergo banned procedures to end their pregnancies, when abortion is legal in both countries?
The developing world is hastily closing the gender gap in the IT workforce. How are they doing it?
Since the end of the genocide, Rwanda has become Africa's gender equality success story for high female representation in politics, education and the workplace. What does empowerment mean to the younger generations of women?
Wives of the gods is a project about one woman's journey to investigate trokosi, a traditional practice in Togo and Ghana that forces women and girls into ritual servitude.
This project aims to portray this problem and solutions from different parts of the world, through in-depth journalism, an interactive online platform and a social media campaign.
Through in‐depth, locally collaborative research, this projects tells the human stories behind a burgeoning online movement of Pakistani women rallying against patriarchy.
This project explores how men are actively engaging alongside women in the fight for women's rights worldwide, from challenging sexual and domestic violence in South America and Lebanon, to family planning and FGM in Kenya.
This project intimately tells the stories of the women - especially mothers - struggling for their rights and a better future in a violent but changing Afghanistan, portraying them as active agents, not victims.
“It's a boys' game.” But what happens when a girl feels passionate about football? Three unique stories illustrate the challenges women footballers face.
The multimedia package explores the challenges women politicians across the developing world are taking on, the obstacles they face, and the difference they make in an effort to answer the question: what happens when women rule?
Bolivia is one of the most equalitarian parliaments in the entire world, with more women than men, but does this equality change everyday women's life?
Big Men tells the stories of East Africa's unlikely feminists: men in Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya who are redefining masculinity and/or fighting for female empowerment.
In-depth investigation to show the differences in access to contraception between countries and how this gap affects women in their everyday lives.