• Womankind Worldwide

    Womankind Worldwide is an international organization for women’s rights that works in solidarity and equal partnership with women’s rights organizations and movements with a goal to transform the lives of women. Currently, the Womankind Worldwide works with women’s rights organizations and movements in Ethiopia, Kenya, Nepal, Uganda and Zimbabwe, advocating for international agencies and governments to promote and protects women’s rights

  • Half the Sky Movement

    The Half the Sky Movement is a multi-donor, multimedia campaign bringing together video, mobile games, content hubs and other education tools to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment.


    This non-profit seeks to support women displaced or marginalized by conflict and oppression in eight foreign territories including Iraq and Rwanda. Many of their efforts are education-based, facilitating classes and finding opportunities for graduates.

  • The Other Half : Conversations With Men on Gender Equality

    If you believe that gender equality is an equation, then this podcast is for you. Here are the world’s most powerful men (CEOs, athletes, and actors, among others) who are making a difference in their daily lives at home and at work, serving as role models and change agents for a more equal world.

  • En(gender)ed

    This weekly podcast shares stories that explore the systems, practices, and policies that enable gender-based violence and oppression and the solutions to end it. En(gender)ed uses gender as a lens to examine power, privilege, and oppression, so as to better identify it, confront it, prevent it, and ultimately, to heal from it.  

  • The Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women (HERO)

    Curious in learning about women creating change through economic empowerment? Tune in. You’ll learn about a new approach to affordable childcare in Kenya, increasing awareness about women working informally in India, and women challenging gender dynamics within their homes in Uganda, and much more!

  • Girl Rising

    Follow the stories of nine inspirational girls from developing countries, showing how they are overcoming great obstacles to obtain an education and change their fates.

  • Mind the Gap: Exploring Gender Inequality

    What is causing underrepresentation of women in the workforce? Do quotas work? Find out more by watching this short film on gender inequality.

  • Gender inequality starts in the home

    Follow along Matshepo Msibi’s childhood story of how gender inequality shows up in the home and how systematic and culturally entrenched it is. She shares that if we don’t all start to intentionally dismantle it in the home then we are fighting a losing battle in the workplace, and will never achieve equality in our lifetime

  • The Breadwinner Trilogy

    The Breadwinner Trilogy tells the story of two young girls who lived in Afghanistan during the time of Taliban rule in the 1990’s. During this time of war, the two girls are forced to dress as boys in order to provide for their families. Later, the girls are separated from their families and each other, and have to fend for themselves. An issue of growing concern in Afghanistan.

  • Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide

    The oppression of women worldwide, according to the book, is an overarching moral challenge of the present era. If you are looking to learn more about the problems and the solutions, then this is the book for you.

  • Why Women Are Poorer Than Men and What We Can Do About It

    Women do 60% more unpaid work than men, while female entrepreneurs only receive 1p in every £1 of funding given to start-up businesses. Disturbed by this startling fact? Learn more by reading this enthralling book.


Prime Video Hosts Exclusive Screening of Original Crime Series, Poacher in London

Premiering worldwide on February 23, Poacher, a crime drama series based on true events, uncovers the largest ivory poaching ring in India

Agriculture Innovation Mission for Climate more than doubles Investments to $17B, Partners to 600+, and Innovation Sprints to 78 at COP28

The Agriculture Innovation Mission for Climate (AIM for Climate), a global initiative spearheaded by the United Arab Emirates and the United States, today announced more than doubling of investments, partners, and Innovation Sprints

10 Indigenous Activists Celebrating Their Cultures on Instagram

Learn about the beauty of Indigenous cultures around the world from the activists celebrating them online.

5 Young Activists Raising Their Voices for Wildlife

When it feels like the climate change movement is all doom and gloom, these young activists will inspire you to take action for wildlife conservation.