WIN works with many partners locally, statewide , nationally and globally.  We connect them for larger, louder, smarter voices on Equality, Development and Peace – the UN women’s mantra.

A major US partner is US WOMEN CONNECT .  WIN was a founding partner of USWC with 29 other US organizations.   We met in Illinois, October, 1996 to form an anchor organization to monitor implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action at the grassroots of America. Look at the US map at the USWC site for your state and get involved.


WIN also partners with 600 organizations in California including governmental organizations like the San Francisco Department and Commission on Women




Alameda County, California partners

We welcome you as a WIN partner.  



American Association of University Women


Boston Women’s Web

Breast Cancer Information Clearinghouse

California Women’s Agenda; bringing the United Nations Platform for Action to the California grassroots


Celebration of Women Writers

Equal Rights Advocate

Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR), with an excellent report on the representation of women in the Media

Feminist Majority: sign up for free email legislative alerts

Forum for African Educationalists

Girls on Film

Global Survival Network

Go Girl Magazine


Health Girl

Her Online


Human Rights Watch

Just Sports for Women

League of Women Voters; or find links to State and Local LWV websites

Ms. Foundation: A national, multi-issue, public women’s fund funds and assists women’s self-help organizing efforts, and pursues changes in public consciousness, law, philanthropy and social policy.

National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL)

National Alliance of Breast Cancer Organizations (NABCO)

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

National Council for Research on Women (NCRW)

National Organization of Women (NOW) has excellent and free email legislative alerts

National Women’s Business Council’s Forum for Women Entrepreneurs (FWE)

NWPC (National Women’s Political Caucus)

The site for California

For the NWPC Alameda North Chapter

New Moon Publishing

Online Birth Center

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

Planned Parenthood

Role Model Project for Girls

SBA’s Online Women’s Business Center

SEAC National Office (Women’s Health: Tampons as a Public Health Hazard)

Sexual Assault Information Page

Sojourner, The Women’s Forum

Teen Voices Online

University of Texas at Dallas, School of Social Sciences

Vital Voices: Women in Democracy Movement

Voices of Women

Wellesley Centers for Women

Women and Computer Science

Women in International Security

Women in Technology International (WITI)

Women’s Connection Online

Women’s Health Interactive

Women’s Research and Education Institute

Women’s Wire


Womensnet @IGC

Work at Home Moms (WAHM)


War Widows, a website where widows of all armed conflicts can share their stories

Women of Color Resource Center

Women’s Caucus for Gender Justice

Women’s Studies Database

The Urban Institute, Washington, DC

California Commission on the Status of Women: contains links to other COSW’s and women’s organizations

California Department of Health Services Directory

California State Legislature Online, for tracking bills

CIA’s Handbook of International Economic Statistics

Eurostat provides statistical and demographic information for countries in the European Union

Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

President’s Interagency Council on Women

San Francisco Commission on the Status of Women

U.C. Berkeley’s California statewide database

U.S. Census Bureau: statistics

U.S. Congress, for tracking legislation; and a list of email addresses for Congress members

U.S. Department of Labor, for research on women in the workforce or try The Women’s Bureau (an agency of the Department of Labor); see also the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, an agency of the Department of Labor

U.S. Secretary of Human Health and Services Data Council coordinates data collection and analysis activities of the Department through an integrated health data collection strategy, coordination of data standards, and information dissemination and privacy policy activities

White House Resources for Women and Families

Women’s Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor

Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy

Institute for Women’s Policy Research

International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA)

Kennedy School of Government

Radcliffe Public Policy Institute

South Asian Women’s NETwork (SAWNET)

SUNY at Stony Brook, Women’s Studies

Women in Computer Science

Statistics Sweden

Swedish equality site

United Nations homepage

United Nations Report on the Fourth Conference on Women in Beijing

United Nations 1995 Beijing Conference on Women: the resulting Platform for Action

UN Commission on the Status of Women

International Beijing Plans of Action and strategies

UN Division for the Advancement of Women

Women 2000: Beijing Plus 5 Conference, the followup conference to the 1995 Conference

U.S. Response and Followup Report to the 1995 Beijing Conference

UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees)

USIA’s International Women’s Bulletin Board

US Women Connect

Women’Action for New Directions (WAND)

Academic research in women’s studies, feminist theory

Women’s Studies Resources, maintained by the University of Iowa. Annotated resources in: Activism, Art, Communication and Media, Development (WID), Feminist Theory, French Feminists, History, Literature, Music, Sports, General or mixed resources

Women’s Studies in the World – Links to Women’s Studies in the world, as seen from Europe

Women’s Studies Periodicals. Maintained by the Women’s Studies Department at Northern Arizona University. A comprehensive listing of the 100s journals, both online and otherwise, where much of the women’s studies research takes place.

Women’s History Organizations

Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1830-1930/p>


The Ada Project: Internet Resources for Women in Computer Sciences

Center for the American Woman and Politics

Center for Women Policy Studies, Washington, DC

Center for Women’s Global Leadership

Civil Rights Monitor

Electrapages: A comprehensive search engine of 9,000 women’s organizations in the U.S.

Foundation Center Online: invaluable tool for online grant research

Public Policy Institute of California

Wellesley Centers for Research

Women’s Century Fund

Women’s Web: Women’s Issues in the News

Women’s Voices Radio

Women’s Net

Women’s Internet resources, search