• establishing new norms, now


    a growing, global gender equality & democracy CSO

    based in Geneva


    focusing on systems change

    by helping feminists gain influence in sectors

    that have key structural impact:


    technology, economy, sustainability, democracy and governance.


  • w@tt's up

    establishing new norms, now











    <A+> Alliance will be in leadership of the Action Coalition for Technology & Innovation for Generation Equality

    Read about the Project


    Join us as we work for inclusive technologies



  • Economy:


    AI Recruitment:

    Digital Dream or Dystopia of Bias?

    We have a moment to establish new norms with new technology that brings more equality—

    instead of enshrining inequality and systemic bias into the systems of our future.



    The Deadly Data Gap:

    Gender & Data


    All data tells a story.

    And like all stories, its power and purpose depend on the protagonist and their point of view.


    PPE Survey


    Help us take the 1st step to evaluate Gender Responsive Standards, by looking at mission critical PPE through the Gender & Inclusivity lens.





    Gender & Cities


    The Smart Feminist City 3.0


  • Democracy & Governance:


    International Gender Champions


    a leadership network that brings together female & male decision-makers to break down gender barriers for system change.


    An initiative conceived by Women at the Table

    co-founded in 2015 with

    the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Office in Geneva

    & the Director-General of the United Nations Office in Geneva.

    feminist foreign policy

    Help us ideate what feminist foreign policy should look like in the 2020s

    Democracy & Governance:


    UN Treaty Bodies --

    Review in 2020

    Our institutions & the international community must show leadership in achieving gender equality within UN Treaty Bodies.

    If they can't, who can?

    It's time to turn words into accountability and concrete action.

  • 2020

    Some of 2020

    EY Ripples Collaboration

    Q1 January, February, March

    'At The Table' chosen by EY as a sustainable enterprise begins work with EY Ripples to model our sustainable 'At The Table' Business Model + Plan.

    With a full-time EY consultant in-house for January, February, March.

    IGC AI Impact Group

    14 January


    Women at the Table convenes 1st Algorithms 101 meeting for a new International Gender Champions AI Impact Group

    House of


    21-23 January


    Women at the Table will be at the House of Switzerland during Davos 2020


    World Urban Forum 10

    8-11 February Abu Dhabi

    Women at the Table will be at WUF10

    the biennial World Urban Forum being held this year in Abu Dhabi

    moderating the Women's Roundtable


    (+ proud to be on UN-Habitat's Gender Assembly Steering Committee)


    <AI & Gender>:

    A Human Rights Toolbox Pilot at EPFL

    13 February Lausanne

    Women at the Table's pilot Workshop in collaboration with

    EPFL's Digital Humanities Institute, the EPFL

    Equalities Office, and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights' OHCHR Women's Rights & Gender Section on

    <AI & Gender>: A Human Rights Approach

    Gender Gap Application,

    g-app software

    February - July, Lausanne + Geneva

    EPFL Computer Science Masters Student begins

    full- time on launch version of

    open source software - g-app -

    our gender gap application, going from beta June 2019 at WMO to launch at IUCN June 2020

    to measure women's participation & influence in international assemblies

    Global Women's Forum 20:

    Power of Influence

    16-17 February, Dubai

    Women at the Table speak at Plenary

      Revolution 4.0: A new paradigm for the workforce 

    at the Global Women's Forum 20:

    The Power of Influence

    speaking about AI, inclusive algorithms & the 4th Industrial Revolution

    Digital Society Initiative

    February, Zürich

    Women at the Table outreach luncheon with the Digital Society Initiative, University of Zürich on the <A+> Alliance for Inclusive Algorithms

    #FEMALE PLEASURE Screening

    Register Here

    26 February, 1830-2100, Graduate Institute Ivan Pictet Auditorium, Geneva

    #FEMALE PLEASURE five courageous, self-determined women breaking the silence imposed by their societies and religious communities from Japan and India and the Somali Muslim diaspora to the Hasidic community in Brooklyn and Catholic clergy in Europe.

    The feature documentary by Swiss filmmaker Barbara Miller followed by panel discussion with:

    • Ruben Escalante Hasbun, UNFPA Geneva Office
    • Caitlin Kraft-Buchman, Founder/CEO, Women at the Table (moderator)
    • Dr Leyla Hussein OBE, Founder , Dahlia Project  featured in the film
    • Claire Somerville, Executive Director  Gender Centre, Graduate Institute, Geneva 

    27 February, 0830- 0930


    Breakfast Briefing with Dr. Leyla Hussein OBE, anti-FGM activist


    An intimate breakfast briefing

    (after the screening of #FEMALE PLEASURE the evening before at the Graduate Institute Pictet Auditorium)

    which will allow Dr Leyla Hussein OBE featured in the award winning film to share her personal journey as well as the day-to-day work she undertakes to shine a spotlight on the human rights challenges women and girls face daily in the context of FGM.


    In light of the 25th anniversary of the BDPfA and focus on FGM, this briefing seeks to consider the current challenges and ways forward in achieving the BDPfA and SDGs as well as in the context of anticipated June/July 2020 HRC discussions.


    The discussion will be held under Chatham House Rules. Invitation Only.

    Breakfast will be served.

    5 March, 0830-1000


    Restaurant des Délégués, Palais des Nations, Geneva

    International Women’s Day

    Climate Justice / Gender Justice

    in the run-up to The Generation Equality Forum


    Feminist action for climate justice is one of the six Action Coalitions that will develop a set of concrete, ambitious, and transformative actions that Coalition members will take between 2020 and 2025 to achieve immediate and irreversible progress towards gender equality.


    • Critical role of women in response to leading and driving solutions for climate change
    • Lessons learnt across the feminist movement that can be applied to the climate movement   
    • Gender equality and gender justice in the Climate agenda
    with exceptional participation of

    Ambassador Nazhat Shameem Khan, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Fiji to the United Nations in Geneva


    Marie-Claire Graf, Global Youth Advocate & Climate Activist


    11 March, 1130-1300



    EU Delegation to the UN, New York

    Briefing with the EU Delegation to the UN

    In this crucial moment when AI is transforming every aspect of our lives and the very fabric of our society - potentially the greatest global paradigm shift yet - it is crystal clear that AI and ADM must be grounded in human rights. Similarly, inclusion and gender equality - the very heart of human rights - must be at the centre of AI and ADM. Affirmative Action for Algorithms (<A+>) is needed in order to correct real life bias and barriers that prevent women from achieving full participation and rights in the present, and in the future, we invent.


    12 March, 1230-1400


    Salvation Army Auditorium, 221 East 52nd, New York

    <Coding Gender Equality>


    Open Feminist Forum

    In this critical year for women’s rights – 25 years since the adoption of the Beijing Platform for Action and 5 years until the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goal we must look towards an inclusive future, and tackle bias in ICTs and the accompanying data gender gap, place it and keep it firmly at the top of the multilateral agenda. This is particularly urgent given the scale at which Automated Decision-Making (ADM) systems are being deployed.



    The side event sets out the landscape for gender bias in ADM, highlighting the alarming prevalence of real-world examples of gender bias in ADM and machine learning, and aims to deepen individual awareness and knowledge of the relevance of gender in ADM and the real-life constraints that hinder gender equality in ADM including the data gender gap. The side event seeks to create a space for the international and civil society communities to fuel creativity and invigorate focus on gender equality in ADM.


    Some Cool Swiss Cancelled Spring 2020 Algorithm Events



    in June

    • Algorithms in the Making                     Swiss Jura  What are the programming practices behind gender biases? A female perspective for society. Retreat run by EPFL Doctoral Students, in collaboration with Women at the Table, funded by the USZ Digital Society Initiative via the SNSF


    • Swiss Data Science   Lucerne           Roundtable on Gender Data in collaboration with USZ & Digital Society Initiative
    • Women in Big Data   Zürich             a cross-cutting activity of the Swiss National Research Program NRP 75 “Big Data” with the goal to bring together women working on Big Data research.


    <A+> Alliance


    April 1, 15, 29

    1500-1545 CET

    Online Series #1

    a biweekly multidisciplinary series in April to set the landscape of gender bias in ADM (highlighting real world examples) and share best practices and innovative tools and practices not only to mitigate,
    but to correct for gender and racial bias in AI & ADM.

    Why and where can algorithms be gender biased? What practical tools and solutions can be used to mitigate and proactively correct for real life gender biases in AI? With the explosion of new technologies and the data revolution, what happens next? How can we use a human rights framework to ensure inclusion and gender equality in algorithms in the future we create? What is a feminist vision for an inclusive digital future?




    Feminist AI Research Network


    April - June

    Online Tuesdays


    With <A+> Alliance, Gender at Work, and IDRC:

    A weekly global & multi-disciplinary exploration from Vancouver to Buenos Aires, Geneva to Rio, Nairobi to Delhi, Mumbai to Santiago, on potential Feminist AI research agenda going forward. With initial focus on:

    Feminist Research Methodology

    Inclusive Data Collection

    Social Protections

    Social Norms Change

    bsi. British Standards Institution. Diversity & Inclusivity Advisory Panel

    Online with bsi. 2020

    As a follow on to the Gender Responsive Standards Declaration BSI has formed a Diversity & Inclusivity Panel to

    •create a more diverse and inclusive community of BSI standards-makers

    •create an inclusive standards-making environment and process

    •create more inclusive standards which responsively address different human and stakeholder needs

    Women at the Table is proud to Chair this panel.

    foraus: What should a feminist foreign policy look like in the 2020s?

    22 April 1800-2030 CET

    Join the transnational Policy Kitchen challenge and develop your proposals for a Feminist Foreign Policy in this workshop!

    This workshop is part of the Policy Kitchen challenge on Feminist Foreign Policy by the Open Think Tank Network and is organized by the foraus regional group Geneva.

    An expert input will be provided by:

    Caitlin Kraft-Buchman, Founder/ CEO, Women at the Table

    Gabriella Irsten, Policy & Advocacy Officer, WILPF


    Find out more about the challenge and 6 additional workshops here.

    Now is a pivotal moment for mapping the future development of a feminist foreign policy agenda.

    Using the collaborative online platform Policy Kitchen, as well as a series of online workshops , the Open Think Tank Network - Agora (UK), Argo (FR), foraus (CH), Polis180 (DE) and Ponto (AT) - invites experts and the public to address this question From April to May, submit your proposals online here or join one of the interactive ideation workshops.


    Algorithms 101: Advocacy

    6 May 1500-1545 CET

    Join <A+> Alliance co-founders:

    Renata Avila, of ciudadania inteligente &

    Caitlin Kraft-Buchman, Women at the Table

    as they celebrate their <A+> Alliance inclusion in Fast Company's 2020 World Changing Ideas: AI & Data

    and talk about plans for advocacy for an inclusive, feminist, democratic, accountable future.




    AI for Good

    Breakthrough Sessions:

    The Future of Gender, AI + Gender

    5 May 1800-1730CET

    with ITU &

    the X Prize

    Andy Coravos, CEO / Co-Founder, Elektra Labs

    Kishau Rogers, CEO/Founder Time Study Inc.

    Caitlin Kraft-Buchman CEO/Founder Women at the Table

    Ida Tin CEO/Co-Founder Clue

    Neama Dadkhahnikoo, XPRIZE

    Register Here

    Launch of <A+ Global Directory>

    26 May online


    AI for Democracy & Women's Rights

    Let's build a new world


    <A+ Global Directory> from <A+ Alliance> and Gender at Work suppoted by the IDRC, a multidisciplinary cohort of global experts from around the globe working to lift gender & racial bias from Artificial Intelligence + Automated Decision-Making Systems


    Meet them here!

    Intelligent Health AI

    9 September

    12:40 - 13:20 CET

    Hardwiring Equity into Health through AI:

    Women Leading in Global Health


    Rachel Sibande, Program Director, Data for Development, Digital Impact Alliance, UN Foundation


    Gratiana Fu,

    Associate Data Scientist, Center for Digital Acceleration, DAI Global Health


    Caitlin Kraft-Buchman, CEO/Founder, Women At The Table


    Moderator: Roopa Dhatt, Executive Director, Women in Global Health

    AI for Good

    22-25 September

    19:00-20:30 CET

    Gender Breakthrough Track



    As artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning replace manual design and human oversight, society gains efficiency. However, the inputs used to determine these machine-made choices rely on flawed data that lacks critical information about female preferences, behaviours, and needs.

    AI is learning gender bias from humans. Biased data leads to biased insights, biased algorithms, biased solutions and policies, and ultimately a biased world that is designed only to meet the needs of the few. However, if harnessed for good, AI and machine learning can create a future in which unbiased insights tell the story of all humanity —not just a subset of it.


    Join the Gender Breakthrough Track

    f<A+i>r Network

    Fall 2020


    With <A+> Alliance, Gender at Work, and the IDRC we launch the second cohort of the Feminist AI Research Network gathering a multi-disciplinary array of technologists from Africa, Latin America and Asia to contemplate new systems and new structures for the times ahead.




    Virtual STEMM CSAIL AI in Healthcare Summit

    1-2 October


    "The Importance of diversity in AI in healthcare"



    Una-May O'Reilly, MIT,

    ALFA Group at MIT-CSAIL


    Mylynn Tufte, North Dakota State Health Officer


    Judy Wawira Gichoya,

    Emory University School of Medicine


    Katherine Heller, Duke University, School Statistical Science



    Caitlin Kraft-Buchman, CEO/Founder, Women at the Table




    <A+> Algorithms 101:

    Feminist Data

    20 October


    for policy makers

      on the sidelines of the UN Data Forum 


    with special guests: Lauren Klein,


    Data Feminism (MIT Press, 2020)


    Nuria Oliver, Commissioner for the President of the Valencian Region in Spain on AI and Data Science against COVID-19, Co-Founder and Vice-President of ELLIS, European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent Systems


      Emily Courey Pryor, Executive Director, Data 2x


      Katie Clancy, Networked Economies, International Development Research Centre






    2020 <A+>

    Tech Fellows

    Deadline extended to November 1


    Code gender & race equality into systems,

    pilot affirmative action for algorithms!


    If you are designing AI systems and interested in exploring how machine learning and artificial intelligence can impact the lives of women and girls for good, this fellowship is for you.

    For six months you will work closely with the f<A+I>r Network and with Women at the Table to develop technology prototypes and pilots and test a different future for gender inclusion.



    Join us!


    More info at:









    AI & Gender: A Human Rights Toolbox Approach

    30 October 11amEST / 1700CET

    Yale Computation & Society Initiative


    It is crystal clear that the design and deployment of Artificial Intelligence must be grounded in human rights. Similarly, gender equality — the very heart of human rights — must be included in Artificial Intelligence design and deployment. How can a human rights based approach be applied to computer science, engineering and innovation?



    Surya Deva, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong, UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights

    Asako Hattori, Women’s Human Rights and Gender Section, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

    Caitlin Kraft-Buchman, <A+> Alliance, Women at the Table





    Affirmative Action Algorithms

    3 November


    for governments on the sidelines of the Internet Governance Forum

    with special guests:

    Nyalleng Moorosi,

    Google AI


    Elisa Celis,

    Professor, Statistics & Data Science,

    Yale University


    Paola Villarreal,

    Head, Data Science, National Council Science & Technology, Mexico

    Women & Girls Summit


    16 November

    1300-1415 EST / 1900-2015 CET


    Climate Change Track:


    Gender Justice / Climate Justice 101


    with Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim,

    Association of Peul Women and Autochthonous Peoples of Chad


    Zainab Yunusa,

    YOUNGO gender working group


    Marie-Claire Graf,

    co-focal point YOUNGO, Youth constituency at the UNFCCC

    Women & Girls Summit


    17 November

    1300-1415 EST / 1900-2015 CET


    Climate Change Track:


    Sustainable Africa – what would it look like?​


    with Vanessa Erogbogbo, Head Sustainability, International Trade Centre





    Climate Change Track curated by Women at the Table

    Data Against Feminicide

    November various


    In line with the actions for November 25, International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women,

    Data + Feminism Lab (MIT), ILDA and Feminicidio Uruguay invite you to participate in

    sessions + workshops designed for feminist activists, civil society organizations, international organizations, data journalists, policy makers, government officials or academics, whether they are considering or already working with feminicide data. The event aims to foster a community of practice:

    • Thursday, November 5th - 11AM-1PM (EST)

    • Thursday, November 12th - 11AM-1PM (EST)

    • Week of November 16th - various workshops

    • Tuesday, November 24th - 11AM-1PM (EST)

    Register today and save the date!

    <A+> Algorithms 101:

    AI, Social Protections & Procurement

    17 November

    1600-1715 CET


    For the public & private sector on the sidelines of the UN Business & Human Rights Forum

    How can private and public sector AI be leveraged to ensure AI and ADM are unbiased? How can procurement be used to incentivise inclusion and influence of feminists in the conception, budgeting, design, deployment, and monitoring of AI & ADM systems?


    with Helani Galpaya,

    CEO, LIRNEAsia


    Carina Lopes, Head, Digital Futures Society Think Tank




  • w@tt we do

    Galvanizing women’s influence & establishing new norms

    a growing global civil society organization based in Geneva, Switzerland

    the first organization to focus on systems change by helping feminists gain influence in sectors that have key structural impact: economy, democracy and governance, technology and sustainability.


    Women at the Table exposes the systematic exclusion of women in defining the rules – and pinpoints strategic changes to laws, regulations and norms to achieve gender equality and strengthen democracy. By connecting the right people, at the right place at the right time, women are influentially involved in all levels of decision-making, so change can happen now.

    International Gender Champions

    Our first initiative in 2015

    One of w@tt’s first initiatives was conceiving and founding the International Gender Champions (IGC) with the then US Ambassador and UN Director-General in Geneva to form a collaborative network of senior female & male decision-makers who drive systems change. Using implementation of practical interventions to promote equality IGC now numbers 300+ Champions including the Secretary-General of the UN, Heads of many if not most International Organizations, NGOs, Ambassadors and private sector.

    Currently IGC has hubs in Geneva, New York, Vienna, Nairobi, Paris; IGC-Den Haag launched winter 2019 at the International Criminal Court. IGC-Paris launched autumn 2019 under the watchful eye of President Macron at the Paris Peace Forum. The IGC Impact Groups are focused on movement and action.


    Our first Impact Group and coalition

    Created for impact, IGC currently mobilizes Champion-led consortiums on Representation, Trade, Standards and Disarmament and International Justice.


    Its political action and draft of its Trade Impact Group’s Declaration on Trade and Women’s Economic Empowerment became the Buenos Aires Joint Declaration on Women and Trade, which was joined at the WTO Ministerial in December 2017 by an unexpected 120+ Member States and Observers, making it the first time in WTO, and GATT, history that women are mentioned in an official context of international trade. (Watch the short video with the amazing Arancha Gonzalez in the thumbnail.)


    The Declaration is critical in that it institutionally encourages countries to identify impact of trade on women and to take this into consideration in their trade agreements; with a potential massive impact on women’s economic status globally.


    w@tt and IGC continue their trade work in collaboration with the International Trade Centre, Iceland, Sierra Leone and Botswana who co-chair the group, with a 13 member circle of Member States, (Canada, EU, Argentina, UK, Australia, Korea, Moldova, Kenya, Pakistan, Chile, Costa Rica), IOs (UNCTAD), NGOs (CUTS, ICTSD) with an action plan for change taking them to the WTO Ministerial in 2020.

    leverage points in intricate systems

    Women at the Table identifies leverage points in the intricate yet fundamental systems that dictate women’s day-to-day lives. We also spotlight and support women change-makers in order to share multiple, varied visions of women’s leadership and innovation.

    establishing new norms


    Women are an essential, untapped resource – with the power to reshape our society’s systems. It is crucial that we focus on gender equality and democracy for both women and men, now.

    Then everyone can thrive.

  • Partnerships & Collaborations 2020

    Women@TheTable is honored to be collaborating with some trailblazing organizations, and their exceptional members & grantees in 2020 including...

    World Changing Ideas 2020

    Fast Company

    The <A+> Alliance was honoured to be an AI & Data Finalist in Fast Company's World Changing Ideas 2020 for projects that harness the power of data, machine learning, or artificial intelligence to understand the world and empower change

    <A+> Alliance

    for Inclusive Algorithms

    co-led by Women at the Table & Ciudadania Inteligente:

    A global coalition of technologists, activists and academics who focus on affirmative action for algorithms and creating gender equality, so that machine learning does not embed an already biased system into our future.

    Ciudadania Inteligente

    Our <A+> Alliance partners, a Latin American, inclusive and feminist organization that fights for social justice and for the transformation of democracies.

    Action Coalition

    for Technology & Innovation for Gender Equality

    A great honour, and one of our new, exciting work streams for 2020-2025, the <A+> Alliance was chosen to be Leadership with Global Fund for Women, UNICEF, ITU, and Governments of Finland, Tunisia and Armenia for UN Women’s Generation Equality Action Coalition for Technology and Innovation for Gender Equality.

    Oak Foundation

    Addressing issues of global, social and environmental concern

    Strong women’s movements are key to creating and sustaining social, cultural and political change. Therefore, Oak invests in the people, organisations and networks that build these movements.


    The Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs FDFA supports our work on Inclusive Algorithms


    Supports our <A+> Alliance work on the f<A+i>r feminist artificial intelligence research network


    works with <A+> Alliance on our <A+> launch, FAIR Forward-Artifical Intelligence for All, and Open for Good Alliance


    feminist AI research network

    gathers eminent social scientists, economists, feminists, activists, side by side with data, machine learning and computer scientists to discuss how to fix the system and leverage AI for women's rights. 

    Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights

    Collaboration on our <AI & Gender Human Rights Toolbox>

    Yale Computation & Society Initiative

    <A+> Alliance Advisory Board Members Professors Nisheeth Vishnoi + Elisa Celis

    Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne

    Collaborators on the <AI & Gender Human Rights Toolbox> and the g-app, gender gap application


    Our partners on the <AI & Gender Human Rights Toolbox>


    International Union for the Conservation of Nature

    Our pilot partners for the. g-app Gender Gap Application at their quadrennial World Conservation Congress to be held this year in Marseilles.

    Credit Suisse

    Collab on the g-app Gender Gap Application

    AI for Good

    United Nations platform on AI organized every year in Geneva by the ITU with the XPRIZE Foundation + 35 sister UN Agencies to identify practical applications of AI and scale those solutions for global impact.

    We are a member of their Gender Braintrust.


    International Gender Champions IGC

    Global Board Member

    a leadership network that brings together female & male decision-makers to break down gender barriers and make systems change and gender equality a reality.




    Inter-Parliamentary Union

    Co-Chairs with w@tt and Sweden of the IGC Representation Impact Group




    International Trade Centre

    Co-Chairs with Iceland and Botswana of the IGC Trade Impact Group




    UN Institute for Disarmament Research

    Co-Chairs with Ireland, Namibia, Canada, the Philippines of the IGC Disarmament Impact Group



    Graduate Institute Geneva

    We had the pleasure of co-hosting screenings of #Female Pleasure, and moderating Dark Money this season, as well as being part of the Graduate Institute family.




    British Standards Institution

    w@tt are honoured to Chair the BSI Diversity & Inclusivity Advisory Panel

    part of the BSI commitment to their Gender-Responsive Standards Declaration pledge.




    Swedish Institute for Standards

    w@tt is proud to be working w/ SIS, ITC and many others on a new standard: Definition of Women owned business




    Standards Council of Canada

    w@tt is proud to be part of SCC's Chair Working Group on Methodology to assess gender-responsive standards and develop gender-responsive standards








    world urban forum 10




    Geneva Environment Network




    International Planned Parenthood Federation




    Digital Society Initiative University of Zürich




    Women in Big Data Zürich




    Women in Global Health




    gov.lab NYU




    Global Fund for Women




    WSIS World Summit on the Information Society




    Reykjavik Global Forum Women Leaders




    X Prize Foundation




    World Pulse








    Data Pop Alliance




  • Join Us

    Have a collaboration in mind?

    Drop us a line.




  • Partnerships & Collaborations 2019

    Women@TheTable is honored to be collaborating with some trailblazing organizations, and their exceptional members & grantees in 2019 including...

    The Oak Foundation

    Issues Affecting Women Programme

    Oak: building a strong and vibrant movement of women who are empowered individually and collectively to challenge patriarchal norms and tackle the root causes of inequality.

    International Gender Champions

    Geneva, New York, Vienna, Nairobi, Den Haag

    A leadership network that brings together female & male decision-makers to break down gender barriers for system change.

    Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs

    United Nations and International Organizations Division

    w@tt is extremely proud to be the Gender Platform working with the Swiss Government to highlight the Geneva Gender Experience in multilateral fora.

    Republique et Canton de Genève

    post tenebras lux

    w@tt is grateful for the support of the Republique et Canton de Genève.

    Paris Peace Forum

    Chosen to be one of ten projects followed by the Paris Peace Forum over the year. IGC will help open the 2019 edition.


    Inter-Parliamentary Union

    Co-Chairs w/ w@tt & Sweden of the IGC Representation Impact Group


    International Trade Centre

    Co-Chairs w/ Iceland & Botswana of the IGC Trade Impact Group


    UN Economic Commission for Europe

    Initiative for Gender-Responsive Standards


    UN Institute for Disarmament Research

    Co-Chairs w/ Ireland, Canada, Namibia of the IGC Disarmament Impact Group


    International Trade Centre (ITC) Women & Trade Programme

    bringing one million women to market by 2020

    Graduate Institute Geneva

    Credit Suisse

    Working on w@tt's idea for Open Source Software that can track women's participation & influence in international fora


    United Nations Economic and Social Council

    w@tt is extremely proud to have achieved ECOSOC status at the UN in 2018.

    Plan International


    UN Conference on Trade & Development

    World Bank Group

    Women, Business & The Law

    Women in Global Health

    Increasing the visibility and recognition of women’s contributions to global health & achieving gender equality in global health leadership.

    Wamama Tujenge


    Batisseuses de la Paix.

    Stories of ordinary women creating extraordinary change in the Democratic Republic of Congo, with partner Julienne Lusenge, recipient of  French Legion of Honour, Amnesty International’s Ginetta Sagan Award & 2018 International Women's Rights Award.

    Media Matters for Women

    Our partner in Wamama Tujenge, Media Matters for Women is at the forefront of harnessing the potential of mobile phones to address the unmet information needs of women and girls in rural Africa. 

    Huairou Commission

    Women, Homes, Communities

    A global coalition empowering grassroots women leaders in development and policy-making around the world.


    Thomson Reuters Foundation’s global pro bono legal programme connecting high-impact NGOs and social enterprises working to create social and environmental change with the best law firms and corporate legal teams to provide them with free legal assistance and groundbreaking legal research.

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