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Now free to read – What difference will the merger make?

Alliance magazine 4 August 2014

First published 17 March 2014, by Alliance magazine. On 5 March, Global Fund for Women and the International Museum of Women (IMOW) merged, as reported in the Alliance blog. The merged organization will be called …

Now free to read – The women effect

Alliance magazine 18 July 2014

From the June 2014 issue of Alliance magazine. From the September 2013 issue of Alliance magazine. – See more at: Try this exercise. When you think ‘women’ and ‘investing’ what do you think about? …

Now free to read – Interview – Theo Sowa

Alliance magazine 2 July 2014

From the September 2013 issue of Alliance magazine. ‘We all have power, different types of power. When we don’t acknowledge that power, it’s easier for others to step all over us.’ As both grantmaker and …

GlaxoSmithKline to support extension of Pro Mujer’s health services to five Latin American countries

Alliance magazine 27 November 2012

Pro Mujer, which provides women in Latin America with vital financial, health and human development services that are typically out of reach, has received a grant of US$575,000 from GlaxoSmithKline to fund a three-year, five-country …

A legacy beyond London: can the Games inspire India’s girls?

Alison Bukhari and Dasra 19 September 2012

As London launches into its post mortem of the Olympics and Paralympics and the legacy question rears its head, I have been hearing stories from further afield that tell of the Games’ influence in remote …

Collaborating internationally to empower Indian women

Alison Bukhari and Dasra 31 July 2012

As a philanthropy advisor in the UK with a focus on India, I have had a difficult year listening to the growing opinion that we should scale back our philanthropic funding to a country with …