(external to Zonta International resources, and to use at your discretion)
Equal Pay Advocacy
- European Commission
- Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
- The World Bank
- UN Women
- Institute for Women’s Policy Research
- From the Whitehouse – New Steps to Advance Equal Pay PDF (1/2016)
- From the Womens UN Reporting Network – Video On Changing the Conversation on Women’s Status in the United States (12/2015) This new video shows the incredible amount of media attention and conversation the Institute sparks through its credible, rigorous research on the status of women in the United States
Canada – Resources
- WUNRN – Women’s UN Report Network
- Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
- Indigenous Child Poverty in Canada – Shameful Neglect – Girls: Direct Link to Full 36-Page 2016 Report
- Chosen”– anti-traffiking video focusing on teens SharedHope.org $49 for video and training information
- “Telling Amy’s Story”– domestic violence Telling PSU.edu
- “The Day My God Died” – child sex trade streaming on Video.PBS.org/video/2247830654
- “Girl Rising” – educating girls to break cycle of poverty GirlRising.com $24 home use video, $350 for license for public screening.
Materials for promoting public showing.
Organizations that might be of interest:
- WomanForWoman.org – support and training for women in war zones,
to help them provide for their families. Taught job skills, knowledge
of rights, health and nutrition. Adopt a sister while she participates
in the program, offering her financial and personal support through
messages. Choose from Afghanistan, Bosnia, Herzegovina,
Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Kosovo, Nigeria, Rwanda,
South Sudan, or take an assignment of greatest need. $30/mo.
- Our Underground Railroad – Ex-special forces members go undercover
to rescue trafficked children and, with local law support, prosecute
- Bead for Life – This organization sells hand-rolled paper bead
jewelry and shea butter products to support women in Uganda. You
can buy individually or hold a party. This is just one of many
organization that sells products made by women in third world
countries, supporting them and their families.