“Where is the Money for Women’s Rights: 2008 Survey Results” is a presentation of a research study based upon the responses of 1035 women’s organizations worldwide. It comprises of charts and data providing insights into availability of funding for different women’s issues.
The “Funding to fight HIV/AIDS through the promotion of women’s rights: A case study from South Africa by Vicci Tallis was published in January 2008. As the title suggests, this report provides information about the money available for women’s rights in the arena of HIV and AIDS. It has also provided a case study from South Africa, documenting the challenges involved in this context.
Those working for women’s rights in the Arab region can access this resourceful guide called “Funding Resources for Women’s Rights Organizations in the Middle East and North Africa” prepared in September 2008. In this publication, AWID has compiled a directory of funders providing support for women’s rights in this region.
Cindy Clark and Ellen Sprenger’s “Where is the Money for Women’s Rights” is a report based upon an action research initiative, exploring the possible strategies for changing the existing funding landscape so that more resources are made available to women’s rights organizations.
The above publications and other documents can be accessed online or downloaded in PDF at this link.