How we help

Partner Organisations

Partner organisations we worked with:

1. THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION

In collaboration with the Thomson Reuters Foundation ASTI commissioned a comparative law study on acid violence laws in India, Colombia, UK and Cambodia. ASTI launched its study Justice? What Justice? Tackling Acid Violence and ensuring justice for survivors in September 2015. This study serves as a powerful advocacy, educational and learning tool for law reformers, civil society organisations and legislators around the world. The findings of the study have been used as a basis for an evidence based approach to advocacy work.

http://www.trust.org/

2. UNITED NATIONS TRUST FUND TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

The UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women (UN Trust Fund) is a testimony to the global consciousness that violence against women and girls is neither inevitable nor acceptable. The UN Trust Fund is a leading global grant-making mechanism exclusively dedicated to addressing violence against women and girls in all its forms.

It supports effective initiatives that demonstrate that violence against women and girls can be systematically addressed, reduced and, with persistence, eliminated. To date, the UN Trust Fund has delivered more than USD 86 million to 351 initiatives in 128 countries and territories.

Established by UN General Assembly resolution 50/166 in 1996 and administered by UN Women on behalf of the UN system, the UN Trust Fund works with non-governmental organizations, governments and UN country teams.

http://www.unwomen.org/

3. DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

DFID’s Conflict, Humanitarian and Security Department (CHASE) works with other DFID departments, other UK Government Departments and international partners to tackle humanitarian, conflict, security and justice issues that underpin poverty in some of the most vulnerable communities around the world.

www.dfid.gov.uk/

4. ZONTA INTERNATIONAL

Founded in 1919, Zonta International is a global organization of executives and professionals working together to advance the status of women worldwide through service and advocacy. With more than 30,000 members belonging to more than 1,200 Zonta Clubs in 64 countries and geographic areas, Zontians all over the world volunteer their time, talents and support to local and international service projects, as well as scholarship programs aimed at fulfilling Zonta’s mission and objectives.

www.zonta.org

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