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Published on Aug 15, 2012

Forget the next generation, meet the now generation. Global Fund for Women knows that we don't have to wait for young women to change their communities. They are fighting for gender equality now.

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  1. 104

    Scenes from the Global Fund for Women 25th Anniversary Gala in San Francisco

  2. 105

    Scenes from the Global Fund for Women New York 25th Anniversary Gala

  3. 106

    Thank you for a great 2013!

  4. 107

    Dr. Musimbi Kanyoro speaks at Global Fund for Women 25th Anniversary Gala

  5. 108

    Karmen Ramírez Boscán at Global Fund for Women 25th Anniversary Gala

  6. 109

    Tin Tin Nyo at Global Fund for Women 25th Anniversary Gala

  7. 110

    Ndidi Nwuneli at Global Fund for Women 25th Anniversary Gala

  8. 111

    What We Carry

  9. 112

    Defend the Defenders

  10. 113

    Investing in Leadership

  11. 114

    Jacqueline Zehner receives Global Philanthropist Award

  12. 115

    Jennifer Buffett receives Global Philanthropist Award

  13. 116

    Mozn Hassan Receives Charlotte Bunch Women's Human Rights Defender Award

  14. 117

    Mónica Roa Receives Charlotte Bunch Women's Human Rights Defender Award

  15. 118

    Charlotte Bunch at Global Fund for Women 25th Anniversary Gala

  16. 119

    The Honorable Hillary Rodham Clinton at Global Fund for Women's 25th Anniversary Gala

  17. 120

    Want to Change the World?

  18. 121

    In Women We Trust

  19. 122

    Taking Flight

  20. 123

    Seeds of Change

  21. 124

    Rising Stars

  22. The Now Generation

  23. 126

    And Still We Rise: Annual Report 2010-11

  24. 127

    Apoyando el Cambio en el Encuentro Feminista

  25. 128

    Supporting Change at the Feminist Encuentro

  26. 129

    After the Floods: Women Rebuilding Pakistan

  27. 130

    Wayuu Women's Power: A Field Report from Colombia

  28. 131

    What is Militarism?

  29. 132

    Young Georgian Feminist on UN Resolution 1325

  30. 133

    Make 1325 Real: Giving Women a Seat at the Table

  31. 134

    Another World is On Her Way: An Interview with Kavita N. Ramdas

  32. 135

    Our Time is Now!

  33. 136

    Small Grants, Big Impact

  34. 137

    The Women's Movement is Global and Local

  35. 138

    Why LGBT Rights are Human Rights

  36. 139

    Is the Women's Movement Being Co-Opted?

  37. 140

    Wild Women With Disabilities Speak Out

  38. 141

    Funding a Women's Movement Against Sexual Violence in the Congo

  39. 142

    Reclaiming Peace: Manipur Mothers Defy Militarism

  40. 143

    Amior Zhao, Chinese Lala Alliance

  41. 144

    Why We Must End Violence Against Women

  42. 145

    Why We Support Global Fund for Women

  43. 146

    BeTheChange: Young Women's Leadership

  44. 147

    Violet

  45. 148

    Twenty Years of Investing in Women

  46. 149

    Global Fund for Women on ABC News

  47. 150

    Women Who Light the Dark

  48. 151

    Stand With Women

  49. 152

    Women Hold the Solutions: Collective Action for Women in Haiti

  50. 153

    Video clip of Le Zbor

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