International Center for Research on Women

Founding Year: 1976


Budget: $ 11.4 m (2018)

Sarah Degnan Kambou (President)

It is a research institute focused on tackling challenges facing women and girls worldwide. It conducts research “into the ways gender shapes societies and the ways people’s lives are diminished by power imbalances.” Thus, it builds “the evidence around what works to reduce inequality and poverty.”

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International Center for Research on Women contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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