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Celebrating CEDAW: Demystifying the International Bill of Women's Rights for Young Migrant Women

In light of the Generation Equality Forum and World Refugee Day, WFI President and Executive Director Kent Davis-Packard, Sciences Po PRESAGE, Radical Girlsss x The European Network for Migrant Women, and Vice Chair of the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) Nicole Ameline gathered on June 17, 2021 to discuss our program on enhancing young migrant and refugee women’s political participation and important next steps to ensure their inclusion.


Accounting for racism and sexism on the farm

In collaboration with the Sustainable Food Trust and supported by Women Forward International, a group of Cornell University researchers have set out investigating how farms may account for the true costs of racial and gender inequity within the farm gate.

Advancing Women's Higher Education in Afghanistan

During the COVID-19 pandemic, universities have sought to keep students engaged remotely and Lynn University, a UNAI member institution in the United States, has used its Social Impact Lab to empower students to continue contributing to their communities while studying away from campus.   

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“You need to not think of yourself as “saving the world,” but rather the world saving you.”

Read Dr. Kent Davis-Packard's interview for

Medium's Authority Magazine

Social Impact Heroes: Why & How Dr. Kent Davis-Packard of ‘Women Forward International’ Is Helping To Change Our World

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The Other Social Justice Issue as Old as Human History

Posted to Politics November 05, 2020

by Kent Davis-Packard and Dania Abdalla

Women in Politics Around the World. 

See Dr. Kent Davis-Packard's interview with Rob Satloff on Dakhil Washington