Women's eNews Partners

Women's eNews forms strategic partnerships with organizations around the world to help increase the social impact of our reporting. If you are interested in partnering with Women's eNews contact Corinna Barnard at, editors@womensenews.org or call (212)-244-1744.



Catapult is young crowdfunding platform that’s already making a huge impact for girls and women. Catapult connects a new global audience directly to organizations working on the frontlines for girls and women's rights. Since launching in October 2012 Catapult has already funded hundreds of projects worldwide. Catapult helps people use the open democracy of the web to choose girls and women’s projects closest to their hearts, and track progress and results. This approach – participating in the solution - is key to today's young and rising global citizenship movement.

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Women's eNews is a Centennial Celebration program partner of the Girl Scouts of New York City. Girl Scouts in the New York area can earn a new patch and learn about women's contributions to society and key figures in women's history by participating in the "Opening the Way" women's history walk. Find out how to take part in this program at http://womensenews.org/opening-the-way-girl-scouts

Women's eNews is a proud partner of , Founded in 2009, the Investigative News Network was created to help the increasing number of nonprofit newsrooms pool resources, promote editorial collaborations and get wider distribution of their work. INN is composed of organizations that produce nonpartisan investigative and public service journalism of regional, national and international scope. INN members produce original, multi-media long-form and ongoing stories and analyses of public data to better inform the communities they serve. Visit Investigative News Network

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TrustLaw Women and Women's eNews forged a content partnership based on shared strong journalistic values and a determination to expose the daily, and sometimes deadly, threats faced by women all over the world. ; From the state of reproductive healthcare and the plight of women with HIV-AIDS to the continuing problem of discrimination and the battle for laws to provide and protect women's rights, TrustLaw Women and Women's eNews are committed to global reporting of women's challenges and triumphs. Despite the difficulties, they both believe in bringing to light the kind of stories that increasingly are no longer told as news organizations continue to whittle down foreign and national coverage. Visit TrustLaw.org

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UPI syndicates Women's eNews reporting in English and Arabic helping to distribute it around the world. Since 1907, United Press International (UPI) has been a leading provider of critical information to media outlets, businesses, governments and researchers worldwide. UPI is a global operation with offices in Beirut, Hong Kong, London, Santiago, Seoul and Tokyo. Its headquarters is located in downtown Washington, DC, surrounded by major international policy-making governmental and non-governmental organizations. Visit UPI

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Women's eNews is a proud partner of , ITVS's multi-year public media initiative to combine independently produced documentaries, community engagement, and education to sustain a global conversation focusing on issues facing women and girls worldwide.


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