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Envisioning 2035

Envisioning 2035

Envisioning 2035 is an exciting process that has been launched in the lead-up to World Council in Thailand in 2015. It is designed to engage members, partners and friends in imagining the collective power and impact of 25 million women and girls united under the YWCA banner in over 120 countries towards realising this vision.

Mary Robinson Award

Mary Robinson Award

Deadline for Submission for Mary Robinson Award Nominees has been extended to July 15, 2015

At World Council 2011, The World YWCA established the Mary Robinson Award for Young Women's Leadership in Human Rights to recognise young women leaders and human rights activists. In 2015, the recipients of the award will be honoured and celebrated during the World YWCA Council in Bangkok.

Save up to 20% on Air Travel

Save up to 20% on Air Travel

The Star Alliance member airlines are pleased to be appointed as the Official Airline Network for 28th World YWCA Council.

Let’s Get Excited for World Council !

World Council Photo Contest: What is your vision of bold, transformative leadership?

As we prepare for the World YWCA Council 2015, show us what the World Council theme bold, transformative leadership looks like to you. Send us your best photos integrating this message, and you could win a prize and have your photos displayed in World YWCA’s information and advocacy materials. 

Save up to 20% on Air Travel

The Star Alliance member airlines are pleased to be appointed as the Official Airline Network for 28th World YWCA Council.

Are you a Human Rights Activist?

Deadline for Submission for Mary Robinson Award Nominees has been extended to July 15, 2015

Mary Robinson, the first female President of Ireland (1990-1997) and former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (1997-2002), has spent most of her life as a human rights advocate. As an academic legislator and barrister she sought to use law as an instrument for social change, arguing landmark cases before the European Court of Human Rights, as well as in the Irish courts, and the European Court in Luxemburg.