South Asia Women's Fund's film on its unique perspective and women's rights funding in the South Asia region. Hear from key people in the organisation as well as organisations and activists who have received SAWF's support on the importance of the critical funding SAWF provides.
SAWF Executive Director Tulika Srivastava speaks to students from Laureate International Universities at the 2015 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting #CGI2015 about what inspires her to work for women's rights, and the need to stand behind the most marginalised women and support their struggles.
Suneeta Dhar, founder-director SAWF, talks about equality at work place, unpaid care work, and much more on 'She The People'! She speaks about women's engagement in multiple livelihoods, which somehow is not captured all the time in the national statistics, and remains undercounted, undervalued. She goes on to speak about how 'policies are informed by a patriarchal lens' and that 'women are actually subsidising the state.'
In January 2016, South Asia Women's Fund along with Global Fund for Women presented a session on anti-trafficking in the context of labour and migrant rights at the International Human Rights Funders Group meeting in San Francisco. Here are some of the voices from the field, compiled in a short video for presentation at the event.