Women's Rights

The Women’s Human Rights and Gender Equity Program prioritizes eradicating violence against Black women, girls, and LGBTQ people and working towards reproductive, racial, and economic justice by contributing relevant community based research, workshops, Op-eds, and public health policy recommendations that are guided by feminism and the human rights framework.

In partnership with the Women’s Research and Resource Center at Spelman College we host our Reproductive Justice Institute(RJI) at the annual Toni Cade Bambara Scholar Activism Conference, which is open to the public and takes place in late March.

In the tradition of Toni Cade Bambara’s scholarship, Women Engaged is dedicated to crafting innovative reproductive justice trainings to revolutionize how community members approach the issues and provide the tools necessary to actualize change in their communities for the issues that matter most to them. If you are interested in having one of our staff members provide a training to you, your community, or organization please fill out the form on the Contact Us tab and one of our team members will contact you to discuss further.

 


LATEST NEWS

#WELoveHerAwards Dec. 10th

Women Engaged is excited to announce our second annual WE Love You, WE Love Her, WE Love Them Awards Brunch happening Saturday, December 10th, 9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. EST. Mimosas will be served at 9:30 a.m. EST for cocktail happy hour. WE’s signature Awards Brunch brings together artists, community... READ MORE »

We're Hiring!

If you’re looking for an opportunity to get even more involved with the work we do at Women Engaged, join our team as a full-time employee. We’re hiring! We’re currently hiring for the following positions:  Senior Manager, Movement Building - $100,000 - $110,000 The Senior Manager, Movement Building, will oversee... READ MORE »

SB456 Passes through GA Senate - The Fight is Not Over!

Today, the GA senate voted in favor of #SB456 and we are now looking to have the GA House support this as well. While the Women’s Health Protection Act didn’t pass in the senate yesterday we are hopeful that Georgia will make the right decision.These decisions deprive low income women... READ MORE »
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