Learning Tools

WLP produces culture-specific training curriculum for women in the Global South, particularly Muslim-majority societies. In cooperation with WLP, these training materials are translated, adapted, and tested by women's organizations indigenous to the intended participant group.

We create a range of multimedia materials to document our South-South and South-North dialogues - panels, symposia, and virtual meetings of prominent leaders and activists addressing major challenges to women and girls in the Global South.

WLP's Translation Series seeks to make available translations of important works developed in the Global South for the advancement of women's human rights, and WLP's President Mahnaz Afkhami has edited a number of essay collections addressing issues of gender, rights, development and peace.

Additionally, our online Directory of Women Leaders seeks to increase the visibility of women leaders, particularly those from the Global South and those working on Global South issues.

Finally, our Resources section provides a wide array of key texts, legal cases, advocacy material, statistics and references related to our programmatic areas.

For the full list of WLP's publications and language editions, visit this page.

Alerts & Updates
April 10, 2014 | Leading to Action, Middle East, Leadership, Jordan
From January 30-February 3, 2014 WLP Jordan/Sisterhood Is Global Institute/Jordan (SIGI/J) held the second phase of the MENA Regional Training of Trainers Institute in Women’s Leadership and Political Participation (TOT) in Amman, Jordan with participants representing organizations in Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.
April 10, 2014 | Americas, Leading To Choices, Brazil, Leadership
WLP’s partner in Brazil, Cidadania, Estudo, Pesquisa, Informaçao e Açao (Cepia), has launched an initiative to build the leadership capabilities of women from the Pacified Communities of Rio de Janeiro. The UPP Program (Pacification Police Units) was established in 2008 in response to the high level of violence in low income urban communities (favelas). The UPPs provide a permanent police presence in the community, including more intensive policing and provision of social services.
November 30, 2012 | Asia, Human Rights, human rights, Human Rights Alerts, Human Rights Center/ Citizens Against Corruption, Kyrgyzstan, Leading To Choices, Kyrgyzstan
On November 27, 2012, the Inter-District Court of Bishkek dismissed a complaint brought to the court by Tolekan Ismailova, Director of WLP Kyrgyzstan/Human Rights Center-“Citizens Against Corruption” and the human rights Bir Duyno Film Festival.
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