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Grantee name: Women’s Link Worldwide

Mission:  Women’s Link Worldwide (WLW) works to combat threats to the sexual and reproductive rights legal framework in Colombia and carry out strategic work with the courts in Latin America and other parts of the world to advance and protect these fundamental human rights.

Locations: Bogotá, Colombia and Madrid, Spain

Website: www.womenslinkworldwide.org

YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/user/womenslinkworldwide

Channel Grants: In 2016 Channel made a grant to Women's Link Worldwide to support the organization’s mission to use the power of the law to promote social change that advances the rights of women and girls, especially those facing multiple inequalities. In particular, the grant will be used to advance WLW’s sexual and reproductive rights work in Latin America; to deepen the organization’s approach to South-to-South learning; and to continue to develop the Gender Justice Observatory and Gender Justice Uncovered Awards. (2016)

In 2015 Channel made a grant to Women's Link Worldwide to support the organization’s sexual and reproductive rights work in Latin America and to continue to develop the Gender Justice Observatory and the Gender Justice Uncovered Awards. (2015)

In 2014 Channel made a grant to Women’s Link Worldwide to support WLW’s Gender Justice Observatory, the Gender Justice Uncovered Awards and sexual and reproductive rights work in Latin America. (2014)

In 2013 Channel made a grant to Women’s Link Worldwide to support their advocacy work around sexual and reproductive rights and gender justice in Colombia and elsewhere around the globe. The grant also includes ongoing support for the Gender Justice Observatory. (2013)

In 2012 Channel made a grant to Women’s Link Worldwide to support the following ongoing initiatives:

  1. Building the expertise and capacity of key stakeholders around sexual and reproductive rights in Latin American and Africa, deepening the understanding that reproductive rights are a part of the human rights framework.
  2. Developing the Gender Justice Observatory as a clearinghouse for analysis of global sexual and reproductive rights jurisprudence. (2012)