The University of Chicago Ci3’s Kissa Kahani uses multimedia approaches to share stories related to gender experiences of Lucknow youth, and affect social change.
Megha Vora is the co-founder of India’s first private self-defense gym which offers free classes for women and girls.
Although the field of journalism has diversified to include more women, they still remain underrepresented and often face gender-based discrimination.
Censuses reveal which surnames are proliferating and which are waning in the United States, and what these changes imply.
Dr. Jennifer Newberry leads a collaboration between Stanford University and its partners in India to conduct a preliminary impact analysis of Gujarat’s helpline for women, 181 Abhayam.
Yuwa, a California-based nonprofit organization, is using girls’ team sports as a platform for social development in Jharkhand.
Pooja Nagpal teaches self-defense to girls in India and the United States.
An Indian think tank—Women in Security, Conflict Management and Peace—places women at the heart of the discourse and decision-making processes on security and conflict.
The Bell Bajao! campaign calls on boys and men to combat domestic violence against women.
Ayesha Khanna’s initiative, the Points of Light Civic Accelerator, supports start-ups with social missions and citizen action.
The Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University is educating and encouraging women to participate in the political process.
Sunitha Krishnan pulls women and children out of sex trade and gives them a new lease of life.
Vandana Gopikumar and her organization, The Banyan, help those dealing with homelessness, mental illness and poverty.