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How You Can Help Women Activists of Afghanistan Today:

The women of Afghanistan urgently need our help.

Stand With Afghan Women

One thing you can do
right now

Donate to help the evacuation of at-risk women activists, journalists, politicians, peacebuilders, and their families, and provide support so they can be resettled with dignity.

CALL CONGRESS

​Call your representative to urge US Government action on behalf of Afghan women
202-224-3121

TWEET AT WHITE HOUSE STAFF

Tweet at senior White House officials to urge action in support of Afghan women
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Featured Event

A New Chapter in Afghanistan: Ensuring International Cooperation in Support of Afghan Women & Girls

Thursday, October 21
3:00PM-5:00PM EDT

On the sidelines of the 2021 United Nations Open Debate on Women, Peace and Security, Afghan women leaders and international partners held an urgent conversation on ensuring international cooperation in response to the crisis in Afghanistan, with specific attention to the plight of Afghan women and girls. Country representatives discussed the urgency of this moment, addressed critical questions, and recommended actions for a more cooperative, effective, and inclusive response to the developing situation in Afghanistan.

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About the Protect Afghan Women Campaign

Protect Afghan Women is a project of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security (GIWPS) in partnership with Vital Voices. GIWPS promotes women's role in preventing conflict and building peace through rigorous research, global convenings, and nurturing the next generation of leaders. Housed within the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown, the Institute is headed by the former U.S. Ambassador for Global Women’s Issues, Melanne Verveer.
Vital Voices Global Partnership invests in women leaders who are solving the world’s greatest challenges. For more than 20 years, they have built a network of 18,000 change-makers across 182 countries who are collectively daring to reimagine a more equitable world for all and using their power to empower others.

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Contact Sarah Rutherford at sarah.rutherford@georgetown.edu

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