Women's Learning Partnership
is a partnership of 20 autonomous
women's rights organizations in the
Global South that promote women’s
leadership and human rights.

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Elevating Women's Voices in the Fight for Land Rights and Climate Justice: An Interview with Nzira...

In Mozambique, women account for 87.3% of the agricultural labor force, but only 25% of women are land owners who hold official user rights. This disparity is reflected across the world, where women own less than 20% of the world's land...

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WLP partner KEDV opens the Green Jobs and Entrepreneurship Center for Women to...
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  • We are changing women's lives.
    Women are changing the world.

  • We give women a forum for sharing
    ideas and information. 

  • Sharing ideas promotes understanding
    and builds momentum.
    We help women connect with one another
    and create shared goals for change.

  • Working together, women become
    the catalyst for change.
    We sustain a global partnership
    that is advancing women's rights.

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  • We are changing women's lives.
    Women are changing the world.

  • We give women a forum for sharing
    ideas and information. 

  • Sharing ideas promotes understanding
    and builds momentum.
    We help women connect with one another
    and create shared goals for change.

  • Working together, women become
    the catalyst for change.
    We sustain a global partnership
    that is advancing women's rights.

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100
+
women's rights campaigns
launched by WLP trainees
in over 30 countries
90
%
of participants in WLP's
workshops have a new view of
leadership and identify as leaders
500
training manuals, films, laws,
and other resources in 22
different languages