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F Lane, an accelerator for social ventures that utilise technology to empower women worldwide

FLANE is a six-week acceleration program for up to 5 high-potential digital impact ventures focusing on female empowerment. It is hence for male and female entrepreneurs. Impact-driven entrepreneurs are invited to work, learn and live in Berlin – one of the top ten start-up cities in the world.


Check the new campaign video #unbeatable from UnWomen Pakistan featuring prominent female role models!


1000 GIRLS, 1000 FUTURES

Welcome to an innovative new program designed to take on one of the world’s biggest challenges right now: getting more women into STEM. The 1000 Girls, 1000 Futures program wants to grow the STEM pipeline and get more young women into some of the most important STEM-related careers of our world. The most exciting part? You can be a part of this global movement. Apply today to be a mentor for the 2016-2017 year and visit us again for more information on how to become a mentee.


Take the pledge to have more women in tech!

Here is the website from the National Center for Women in Information and Technology! They have concrete information and startegies to help you diversify your tech organization! Here is the 2016 full report on Women in Tech in the US. Check their data!

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Girl Got Grants

Girl Got Grants is a feminist fundraising collective specializing in grant writing and research solutions for small to medium-sized progressive organizations.

Their mission is to re-imagine and re-shape the often imbalanced relationship between grant making entities and non-profit organizations, by helping organizations connect with and obtain funding from investors that share their mission and values.

More information on their website.

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Take Back the Tech!

Take Back the Tech! is a collaborative campaign to reclaim information and communication technology (ICT) to end violence against women (VAW).

The campaign calls on all ICT users – especially women and girls – to take control of technology and strategically use any ICT platform at hand (mobile phones, instant messengers, blogs, websites, digital cameras, email, podcasts and more) for activism against gender-based violence.

Take Back the Tech! plans several campaigns throughout the year, with the biggest being 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (November 25 – December 10 each year). Creative, strategic actions explore different aspects of VAW and ICT.

More information on their website.


Mazí Mas

Mazí Mas is a social enterprise dedicated to supporting women from migrant and refugee communities. We provide opportunities for women who aspire to careers in the food industry to gain paid work experience, develop their skills, tell their stories, and connect with the wider public.

More information on their website.


Clique 180

More information on their website.

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Tactical Tech

For women, the internet is not a safe space, and it is all too common to see the work of feminists and activists being deleted, (self)censored, and actively prevented from being seen, heard or read. Logically, these trends diminish both the freedom of expression and privacy rights of the people targeted.  Our aim with is to try to find new approaches to privacy and digital security that would include a gender and cultural diversity approach.

More information on their website.

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Digital Mums

They turn mums into the best social media managers on the planet!

More information on their website.

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