I personally, truly from my heart thank WDN because without their support I couldn’t do this work. - 2013 Jeane J. Kirkpatrick Award recipient Selima Ahmad from Bangladesh
I personally, truly from my heart thank WDN because without their support I couldn’t do this work.
WDN launched a new chapter in Kyrgyzstan to advance public participation and leadership by Kyrgyz women.
Statement on the Release of Nadiya Savchenko from Russian Custody
WDN presented Wided Bouchamaoui with the Jeane J. Kirkpatrick Award during its annual Jeane J. Kirkpatrick luncheon; she is the first awardee of WDN’s 10 for 10 campaign.
The Women’s Democracy Network (WDN) today launched its newest country chapter in Tunisia.
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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.
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