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Women's eNews is an award-winning nonprofit news service covering issues of particular concern to women and providing women's perspectives on public policy.
 
With writers and readers around the globe Women's eNewsaudience stretches from New York City to New Delhi and all points between, reaching an estimated 1.5 million readers each year.

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Rita Henley Jensen, Editor in Chief

Corinna Barnard, Editor

Juhie Bhatia, Managing Editor

Perrie Rizzo, Director of Development

Charlotte Cooper, Director of Marketing
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Access & Disparities, Advancing Women's Leadership, Advertising, Marketing & Stereotypes, Body Image & Wellness, Business & Entrepreneurship, Caregiving, Climate Change & Women, Diversity & Leadership, Domestic and Workplace Violence, Globalization, Arts & Activism, Disabilities, Diversity & Inclusion, Eco-Activism, Economic Development & Microfinance, Glass Ceilings & Barriers, Human Rights & Security, Trafficking and Prostitution, Communications, Media & Gender, Corporate Social Responsibility, Discrimination, Disparities & Access, Employment & Unemployment, Green Technology & Energy, Immigration & Migration, Violence Against Women, Global, Culture & Identity, Disparities, Housing, International Organizations, Sustainable Development, Diversity & Inclusion, Family & Society, Leadership in Government, Politics, and Business, Mental Health, Older Women, International Education, Leadership Pipelines, Peace & Peace-building, Population & Reproductive Rights, Poverty, Globalization, K-12, Reproductive Health, Safety Nets, Women in STEM, Women, Girls and War, Sexuality & Gender, Taxes & Tax Reform, Title IX, Women in History, Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship, Women & Girl Heads of Household, Women's Movements, Women's Networks, Work - Life Balance, Communications, Culture & Society, Economic Development & Security, Education & Education Reform, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, Globalization, Human Rights & Security, Health, Reproductive Rights & Sexuality, Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM), Violence, Women's & Girls' Leadership
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Anti Violence Against Women Plan of Action

Violence against women and girls is one of the most intractable and complex issues on the global policy agenda that will affect one out of three women during her lifetime. According to the United Nations, this phenomenon is a major obstacle to achieving equality, development, and peace. To build a collective response, the National Council for Research on Women, in partnership with the US National Committee for UN Women (previously, UNIFEM USNC), gathered experts at Hunter College in New York for a joint conference (June 11-12, 2010).

URL: 
http://www.ncrw.org/sites/ncrw.org/files/ANTI-VAW%20PLAN%20OF%20ACTION-OnlineVersion-v1r1.pdf

Shyama Venkateswar: status report on women and economic security (94.9 FM Hudson Valley)

March is International Women’s Month! Our special guest for the March 22nd broadcast is Shyama Venkateswar, Director of Research and Programs for the National Council for Research on Women (NCRW).   We’ll discuss the work of NCRW and the perils women around the world are facing.  Economic struggles, education and health care are topics we will explore as we seek answers on how to improve the lives of women and girls. Tuesday, March 22th at 9 PM Eastern, 6pm Pacific to www.party934.com, 94.9 FM Hudson Valley, NY to listen to Shyama Venkateswar of NCRW.  We will also broadcast special selections of international music from women recording artists around the world.
Visit host Lyn Twyman’s site at http://www.lyntwyman.com/
 

About Shyama Venkateswar and NCRW

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Expert Profile

Location: 
United States
40° 45' 5.7276" N, 74° 0' 15.9588" W

Sharon Stapel, Esq. is the Executive Director of the New York City Anti-Violence Project (AVP). AVP is the country’s largest organization dedicated to eliminating hate violence, sexual violence, and domestic/intimate partner violence affecting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) and HIV-affected communities. AVP provides direct client services in New York City and engages in advocacy and public education locally and nationally. AVP coordinates the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs, a coalition of 42 anti-violence programs dedicated to creating a national response to anti-LGBTQ violence, and the New York State LGBTQ Domestic Violence Network, a statewide, multidisciplinary group of direct service providers, community-based agencies, advocates, educators, policy makers and funders working on behalf of LGBTQ communities affected by domestic violence.

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New York, NY 10001
United States
40° 45' 5.7276" N, 74° 0' 15.9588" W

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Location: 
United States
40° 45' 5.7276" N, 74° 0' 15.9588" W
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Rita Henley Jensen is Founder and Editor in Chief of award-winning nonprofit news service Women's eNews (www.womensenews.org) and its sister site Arabic Women’s eNews (www.awomensenews.org). A former senior writer for the National Law Journal and columnist for The New York Times Syndicate, Jensen has won an armload of awards, including the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism Alumni award, the Alicia Patterson fellowship, and the Lloyd P. Burns Public Service prize. Jensen is also a survivor of domestic violence and a former welfare mother who earned degrees from Ohio State University and Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.

Location

New York, NY 10001
United States
40° 45' 5.7276" N, 74° 0' 15.9588" W

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Location: 
United States
40° 45' 21.9456" N, 73° 59' 38.2488" W

Mallika Dutt is the President and CEO of Breakthrough, a global human rights organization that uses the power of media, pop culture and community mobilization to inspire people to take bold action for dignity, equality and justice. Ms. Dutt has served as Program Officer for Human Rights at the Ford Foundation's New Delhi Office and as the Associate Director of the Center for Women's Global Leadership at Rutgers University. She is a founder of SAKHI for South Asian Women. Ms. Dutt is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and currently serves on Boards of WITNESS, the Open Society Institute US Programs, and Games for Change, and on the Rights Working Group Steering Committee.

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New York, NY 10018
United States
40° 45' 21.9456" N, 73° 59' 38.2488" W
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