The World YWCA offers a family-friendly, diverse and inclusive work environment. Our organization is also always looking for volunteers! If you are passionate about women’s leadership and women’s rights and are interested in volunteering, please send your C.V. and cover letter to, HR (firstname.lastname@example.org). We would love to hear from you.
About The World YWCA
The World YWCA has an ambitious goal: to reach 100 million young women and girls and transform power structures to end gender inequality by 2035.
Established in 1855, the World YWCA is the world’s oldest women’s movement. With member associations in 109 countries, it works to fulfil human rights and make gender equality a reality. The World YWCA is a learning organization in which there is recognized mentorship across generations. Sixty percent of the members of the World Board are aged 30 and under.
The World YWCA mobilizes and connects millions of young women around transformational change, provides leadership opportunities in more than 100 countries around the world. It also actively works to influence policies, regulations and social and community norms which prevent the realisation of rights and leadership potential of women.
The World YWCA has three strategic priorities:
- Strengthening young women’s and girls’ transformative leadership
- Realising human rights, in particular sexual and reproductive health and rights
- Growing a social movement for transformational change