We ensure that community-based women leaders have the access, resources and training to advocate in policymaking spaces.
Call to Action for Advocates
A new convention on crimes against humanity (CAH) is in its final draft stages, but most civil society groups — including women, LGBTIQ, disability, Indigenous, aboriginal, youth, caste, and racial and ethnic minority rights groups — have not weighed in. The CAH drafting process is moving quickly in the UN process, and now is a critical time to get involved. Click here to learn more.
Through our Legal Advocacy strategy, we work to make international law relevant and accountable to the people it is meant to serve.
Our partners have access to policy spaces from the local to global levels and can speak for themselves, making their voices heard by policy and decision-makers.
Our partners are equipped to equitably and effectively implement gains won in the international human rights arena at the national and local level.
MADRE and our partners’ advocacy has contributed to laws and policies that uphold our vision of human rights.