Human Rights

Ka-Mer

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

Nebahat Akkoc launched KA-MER, an organization that responds to women's critical needs and increases awareness their rights as citizens, wives,and mothers through providing a range of services, including legal and psychological counselling, human rights education, and child-care.

Kaarvan Crafts

for profit

Aysha Saifuddin is creating production houses for Pakistani women and providing foothold access to national and international markets by creating a shareholder company: Kaarvan.

Support for Women’s Work

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

Sengül Akcar has designed a community-based foundation that educates and empowers poor women and families. She does this by enabling women to break from their traditional, limiting roles and to gain financial independence and self-respect by learning nontraditional skills, such as carpentry.

First Step Women's Cooperative

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

Senem is building a self-governed community of diverse women by training and organizing them to act on the issues they care about. In doing so, she creates participatory processes so that women can develop the self-confidence and leadership skills to bring lasting change to their neighborhoods.

Ilham Firdaus's New Entry

Hint: This will be the first introductory text about this project that viewers will see. People everywhere, every country needs the government to be transparency. Transparency will make the country peacefully. The court must be the way of it. That's why people needs government to be honest to them.

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Weaving the #FabricofChange: the moral crisis of fast fashion.

Each year, 80 billion pieces of clothing are purchased across the globe, which is 400% more than 10 years ago. Unsurprisingly these sales constitute a major financial market. The fashion brand Christian Dior is one of the biggest companies in the world - last year their sales totalled $41.6 billion, roughly  equivalent to the GDP of Tunisia.

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Cocoa Malecu

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

Our project aims to empower the indigenous Malecu to sustainably produce cocoa in diversified agroforests and to build up short, fair and transparent value chains for the high-quality products, including chocolate blend with native fruits and nuts from the agroforest.

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