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Safe World for Women is an award-winning advocacy organisation and multicultural movement for social justice and equality.

We highlight abuse and oppression, and promote grassroots initiatives for women's empowerment.

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A pioneering network and resource centre, bringing together organisations, academic institutions, and ethical businesses throughout the world.

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Safeworld Field Partners
Our Field Partners are intrinsic to our outreach work, dealing directly with issues such as poverty, health-care, marginalisation, child marriage, and education.

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Safeworld Media
We provide a platform for journalists who write about global and local issues relating to women, redressing the imbalance of mainstream media.

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Safe World for Women Shortlisted for Prestigious Internet Award

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This recognition is very encouraging indeed. As always, we will be taking the chance to tell the world about our grassroots partners. Our Field Partners are key to our work and ethos.

Safe World for Women has Field Partners working at the grassroots in many countries throughout the developing world. Though the members and beneficiaries rarely have internet access, each group has a representative who is able to send us news for publication, including quotes from the beneficiaries, so that these women and children are given a voice.

Safe World at the United Nations

Chris Crowstaff receives Kayerva Award at United Nations in Geneva

On 2nd July 2013, Chris Crowstaff, founder of Safe World for Women, received a Katerva Award for promoting gender equality and sustainability.

The award was presented at the United Nations offices in Geneva by Ambassador Néstor Osorio of Colombia - President of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).

Chris dedicated the award to women human rights defenders throughout the world, and particularly to Farida Afridi, co-founder of SAWERA, a grassroots organisation working for women's rights and education in the tribal regions of Pakistan. Farida was tragically murdered on 4th July 2012, on her way to work at the SAWERA office in Peshawar.