Resources for Women Worldwide
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The Women’s Studies Resource Centre is a library specialising in feminist resources and is based in Adelaide, South Australia.
PWN Paris is a dynamic networking and leadership development platform for public and private sector executive and professional women. Our network provides learning and development programs, mentoring, best practices sharing, networking opportunities for individual and corporate members: events, clubs, programs, and think tanks.
A.I.R. Gallery is a permanent exhibition space that supports an open exchange of ideas and risk–taking by women artists in order to provide support and visibility. A.I.R. maintains a gallery space in Brooklyn, NY and exhibits the work of hundreds of women artists each year.
Women’s Business Resources
Cornerstone-A Woman’s Guide to Small Business Management Grants provides links to resources to find small business grants for women.
Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence is the leading national not-for-profit provider of resources, business education and community support for women entrepreneurs seeking to grow their micro-businesses into million dollar enterprises.
Fundera is committed to helping entrepreneurs and raising awareness of small business issues. Because of this, we are proud to introduce Fundera’s Annual Entrepreneurial Grant, The Zach Grant, to help budding entrepreneurs grow their businesses.
Hawai‘i Women in Filmmaking provides a wide variety of resources including but not limited to; -Funding resources such as funds and grants. -Making Media That Matters, a filmmaking program for trans, cis, and non-binary girls. -Summer Reel Camps for Girls -Indie Lens Pop-Up, a neighborhood series that brings people together for film screenings and community-driven conversations. -Film Festival/calls for entry.
The Ladies Who Launch mission is to make entrepreneurship accessible to any woman with a project, dream or aspiration to start her own business and be successful.
Leadership Women is a 35-year-old, nonprofit educational corporation headquartered in Dallas, Texas that develops programs and projects to advance and improve the personal, economic and professional status of American women.
Founded in 1975, the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) is the unified voice of America’s more than 10 million women-owned businesses representing the fastest growing segment of the economy.
SheEO mentors, guides and accelerates the next generation of women-led ventures on their own terms. Women-led ventures experience a program designed to surface clarity around the impact they want to have in the world. We believe that the most powerful leaders are ones who know what they want, know what they are good at and know what they need to surround themselves with to build a great team. The vision for SheEO is to build a network of “next generation” of creators, makers and entrepreneurs supported by and funded by successful women and men who recognize the need for new models, new mindsets and new solutions to build a better world.
SBA provides resources to help women business owners to succeed. From registering your business, to hiring your first employee, we’re here to help you start.
Sundance’s PDF resource entitled “Exploring the Barriers and Opportunities for Independent Women Filmmakers.”
The JumpFund’s goal is to encourage women to invest in women — moving from philanthropy to angel investing to help grow women’s business leadership throughout the Southeast. The JumpFund’s mission is to invest women’s capital in female-led companies with growth potential in order to generate a strong financial return and elevate the role of women in business.
The National Association for Female Executives, one of the country’s largest associations for women professionals and business owners, provides resources – through education, networking, and public advocacy- to empower its members to achieve both career and personal success.
The National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) is a non-partisan federal advisory council created to serve as an independent source of advice and counsel to the President, Congress, and the U.S. Small Business Administration on economic issues of importance to women business owners.
The Office of Women’s Business Ownership’s mission is to establish and oversee a network of Women’s Business Centers (WBCs) throughout the United States and its territories. Through the management and technical assistance provided by the WBCs, entrepreneurs, especially women who are economically or socially disadvantaged, are offered comprehensive training and counseling on a vast array of topics in many languages to help them start and grow their own businesses.
Formed in July 1995 with the assistance of a matching grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Women Business Ownership, the Women’s Business Development Center (WBDC) fosters the development and retention of successful businesses by delivering resources that enable individuals to start new businesses and grow existing ones. While the center is dedicated to the economic empowerment of women, the services are open to all individuals.
Voices on the Border is a human rights NGO that has been accompanying the equitable and sustainable development of Salvadoran communities since 1987. We focus on improving access to quality education, the empowerment of women and girls, promoting environmental justice, encouraging youth organizations and and honoring memory. The Citizen Network of Morazan Women is an amazing group of rural activists tirelessly working to ensure that bodies, rights and lives of women are fully respected in the department of Morazan. We work with them on many projects and welcome those who want to connect with them on specify projects, research or training.
The WAGE Project, Inc is a 501(c)3 charitable, tax-deductible organization established for one purpose: to end discrimination against women in the American workplace in the near future. To do that, WAGE inspires and helps working women to take the steps needed so that every woman is paid what she’s worth.
Women 2.0 was founded in April 2006 with the vision to make a difference — with 30% of tech workers being women, 10% female founders, 10% female investors, 24% women sourced in news — something had to change. We became passionate about catalyzing this change. Women 2.0’s mission is to strengthen technology businesses by connecting, inspiring and educating the next generation of technology leaders. Women 2.0 lives in the future, today – we see no barriers, we see no boundaries, we only see a meritocratic business landscape.
The Women and Prison project is a website, installation + zine created entirely from the work + lives of America’s incarcerated women. A Site for Resistance makes visible women’s experiences in the criminal justice system. This site serves as a dedicated space for prisoners, those previously incarcerated, activists, students, academics, and everyone who strives for social justice. Through the use of this website, we hope to promote strategies and actions that challenge the system and the ways that it reproduces all forms of discrimination, violence, and social injustice in the treatment of women and their families.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University Feminist Club and Women’s Collective. We organize events and support campaigns that raise awareness about women’s issues in the local community and around the world.
The mission of the Women’s Business Development Center (WBDC) is to provide services and programs that support and accelerate women’s business ownership and strengthen their impact on the economy. Since 1986, the WBDC has offered a full-service approach to assist prospective and established women business owners in the Chicago area.
Women’s Research and Education Institute Fellowship gives female students an experience in public policymaking in Congress.
Women’s Studio Workshop has an artist-centered philosophy and a deep commitment to the individual’s creative process. We support this vision through providing time and space in the form of grants, residencies and internships where artists-in-residence can come to work with 24-hour access to the studios.
The Professional Women’s Group was developed specifically for women of all nationalities in order to encourage personal and professional development by networking with other professional women and to develop programs that contribute to all women in Costa Rica. The group also hosts a mentorship program, further assisting professional growth.
Women’s Business Resources
The Way Women Work is the online “How-to-Succeed” Guide for women in growth economies. We help bridge the gap between women’s education (graduating from university) and successful participation in the workforce. We exist to accelerate the career and business success of these women.
Through its training programs, the IWMF offers a variety of opportunities for women in the news media.
Monthly submission opportunities for women in theatre & film/video.
Fundraising Guide to help grassroots organizations struggling to raise enough money to meet their budgets developed by Women’s Thrive team of professional fundraisers to help women’s groups better understand the world of grantseeking and build their own skills to raise the money they need.