WDN encourages women around the world to get involved in public service and find their voice. - 2013 Jeane J. Kirkpatrick Award recipient Senator Kelly Ayotte
WDN encourages women around the world to get involved in public service and find their voice.
This week, seven global women leaders gathered in Belfast, Northern Ireland to address the role of women in building peace and security.
On Friday, September 23, WDN presented Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf with a Women’s Democracy Network “10 for 10” award, in recognition of her leadership of Liberia.
IRI presented Gov. Nikki Haley with the Women’s Democracy Network “10 for 10” award, in recognition of her leadership as governor of South Carolina.
WDN launched a new chapter in Kyrgyzstan to advance public participation and leadership by Kyrgyz women.
View All Activities
Ten years ago WDN started with a goal of increasing women’s political and civic leadership. This year we will highlight 10 women who have become leaders throughout the world.
WATCH the work of WDN as seen through its 2015 Jeane J. Kirkpatrick Award.
Nairobi leader fights for GBV victim rights …
As the founder, publisher and editor-in-chief of her own global affairs magazine, Ana Rold …
Democracy is a process, not an event. In Tunisia, the birthplace of the …
Washington, DC 202.408.9450 © 2012 Women's Democracy Network. All rights reserved.