The complexity and scale of gender inequity means that no one can effectively tackle it alone. Our strategic alliances allow us to increase impact and efficiency and, at their best, are rooted in the virtuous circle of exchange.
Currently we are a member of a number of alliances related to our work.
Clinton Global Initiative (CGI)
Women Win is a proud member of The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI). CGI convenes global leaders to devise and implement innovative solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges. In 2011, Women Win made a Commitment to Action to change the lives of 100,000 girls through high-quality sport programmes by 2015. Women Win and our partners have been keynote speakers of CGI events in the United States and Latin America
The Girl Power Alliance
The Child Rights Alliance is formed by Plan Nederland, Defence for Children - ECPAT, Child Helpline International, International Child Development Initiatives, Free Press Unlimited and Women Win. The Girl Power programme, funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is an effort Dutch civil society organisations to fight the injustices girls and young women face daily in 10 developing countries. The programme is implemented in Bangladesh, Bolivia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Liberia, Nepal, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Sierra Leone and Zambia. Protection of girls and young women against violence, (post) primary education, economic and political participation are the core themes of the programme.
Women Win is an affiliated member of streetfootballworld, a worldwide network of organisations that use football as a tool to empower people who live in underserved communities. By connecting with partners from sport, business, politics and philanthropy, streetfootballworld brings global power to local initiatives. With the network's support, streetfootballworld brings global power to local initiatives and develops approaches to social challenges by working with a wide range of partners and providing advice on development, investment and business strategy. As part of the streetfootballworld network, Women Win has been actively engaged in co-leading a gender inclusion strategy withing the global network and amongst members.