Category Sustainability of the Movement

World YWCA Board validates new affiliation fee formula

At the World YWCA Board meeting, 24 to 27 July, the board members validated a new affiliation fee formula, which is more transparent, realistic and easier to use and calculate than the old formula. This is the formula that the majority of voting delegates selected via the recent Affiliation Fee Dialogue and Vote. The…

Apply for 2017 Power to Change Fund grants

Don’t miss the opportunity to apply for a grant from the Power to Change (P2C) Fund. P2C is a re-granting mechanism from the World YWCA to YWCAs in developing countries globally that is designed to help develop women’s, young women’s and girls’ leadership, while advancing social change around the world. Only affiliated YWCA…

YWCA Korea hosts “Say No to Shin Kori Nuclear Power Plants” Anti-Nuke Campaign: Country’s oldest operating reactor – Kori unit 1 –will shutdown on 19 June, 2017

On the morning of June 7th 2017, members YWCA Korea all over the regions gathered at the Public Information Hall of Kori Nuclear Power Site to protest against the additional construction plans of Shin Kori reactor units 5 and 6 in Busan industrial city. The President of National YWCA of Korea, Myeong Hae…

YWCA Korea Equal Pay= Fair Pay! Campaign

On Thursday May 25, 2017, National YWCA of Korea with 33 regional member YWCAs organized “Equal Pay=Fair Pay!” a gender wage gap awareness campaign for the public. The purpose of the campaign is to raise awareness that 1) Korea has biggest gender wage gap among OECD nations and 2) to push the Congress…

Online voting on affiliation fee formula starts 1 June

The voting on the affiliation fee formula has started. If you are a voting delegate who has asked to receive your ballot by mail, the ballots have been sent and you should receive them shortly. If you do not receive your ballot, please contact the World YWCA Office at worldoffice@worldywca.org. Please note that…

An invitation: Join us to discuss the proposed new affiliation fee formulas

We invite you to participate in the dialogue and vote on the proposed new affiliation fee formula.  The World YWCA board recognises the importance of membership dialogue before making a decision on the formula’s options. For this reason, we are planning virtual conversations by region/language during the last week of May. We hope…

New Young Women’s Coordinator at the World YWCA

“Because we strive to be a movement of young women by young women I think that having a Young Women’s Coordinator is a milestone towards reaching our goal” -Unami Moatswi. We are excited to welcome our new Young Women’s Coordinator Unami Moatswi. Unami is a 25 year old young woman from Botswana and…

World YWCA Day 2017 Toolkit is now available!

Every year on April 24, YWCAs around the world celebrate World YWCA Day. It’s a day to observe our common membership and achievements in a movement that advances the human rights and leadership of women, young women and girls. It’s a time to recognize our movement’s efforts in creating positive change for all…

Announcing the World YWCA day theme

On 24 April it’s time for the World YWCA Day, when we join to celebrate our successes as a movement and raise awareness and visibility locally, nationally and globally. This year, our theme is Rise Up: Support and Invest in Young Women’s Rights. We are preparing a social media and event toolkit for all member…

4 Year Report 2012-2015

Read the YWCA Movement 4 Year Report 2012-2015 here.

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