The GCWA partnership is open to all international or civil society organizations who sign on to its principles. By joining the GCWA, partners commit to strengthening their own organization’s work on women and AIDS. The GCWA is a supporter of the NGO Code of Good Practice and the associated Women and AIDS Checklist, and encourages all partners to review these tools, and use them to strengthen their own organizations.
In this site we feature their women and girls specific activities and campaigns, as well as news and events related to their work.
The latest from the GCWA
27 Mar, 2011|
GCWA Commission on Population and Development information note
26 Jan, 2011|
GCWA Steering Committee Report 2010
25 Jan, 2011|
Sex Work Criminalisation and HIV
10 Jun, 2010|
FEIM et al Unwanted Pregnancies and Abortion Issues of Social Justice for Women Living with HIV
24 Mar, 2010|
The Executive Director of UNAIDS, Michel Sidibé, has appointed Dr Jantine Jacobi to head the Gender and AIDS Team in the UNAIDS Secretariat. She will also provide leadership within the Secretariat for the Global Coalition on Women and AIDS. Dr Jacobi led the work on the Agenda for Accelerated Country Action for Women, Girls, Gender Equality and HIV, developed through the Global Task Force, under the leadership of the Executive Director of UNAIDS.
26 Jan, 2010|
The Huairou Commission and GROOTS International would like to send a message of solidarity and support to Haitians who have faced unimaginable circumstances throughout the last week. As the photos and news reports make clear, Tuesday's earthquake has brought extraordinary loss to an already impoverished nation. All of us at the Huairou Commission want to express our commitment - through resources and action-that we will help to invest in rebuilding their lives and communities both in the short and long term. Originating out of post disaster experiences in India, Turkey, Honduras,
20 Jan, 2010|
Women in Europe and Central Asia preparing for Vienna 2010 and beyond is a new website, launched in January 2010, primarily - but not exclusively - for women across Europe and Central Asia who are working on sexual and reproductive health issues affecting women and girls across this region. This new website is designed to be a multi-lingual website, to enable women from the many different language groups across the region to share with one another the issues we face, the visions we hold and the work we are all doing to make these visions a reality. For more information, www.womeneurope.
12 Jan, 2010|
Nominations are accepted from December 1st, 2009 until February 28th, 2010. The call for nominations for the 2010 Red Ribbon Award is now open. As in the past, the award honors and recognizes exceptional grassroots leadership in responding to the AIDS epidemic. Nominations are accepted from December 1st, 2009 until February 28th, 2010. The red ribbon is a global symbol in the movement to address AIDS.
11 Jan, 2010|
World / gender inequality: Fund for gender equality announces more than US$9 million in grants to advance women's economic and p
Press Release Gender Equality Efforts by Civil Society and Governments in 26 Countries to Be Supported New York — The new UNIFEM-managed Fund for Gender Equality announced its initial allocation of more than US$9 million to 27 initiatives in 26 countries today. The recently-established Fund, a US$68 million multilateral initiative, is designed to advance innovative programmes which focus on women’s economic and political empowerment at local and national levels.
1 Jan, 2010|
IPPF Happy, Healthy and Hot: A young person’s guide to their rights, sexuality and living with HIV