AWLI strengthens the democratic development of women in the Arab region by providing the skills, resources, and connections necessary to succeed as elected or appointed officials, within civil society, and as community leaders. The institution roots its foundation in the belief that the path toward a democratic Arab world is only possible with the integral political and social participation of women. The website give access to NewSwap, which is a collection of articles on women making headlines, democracy in action, economic trends and financial developments, and social enrichment in the Middle East and North Africa. From the website, one can get access to external publication and updated news about the Arab region relevant with women’s participation in the political life.
CWGL’s current programmatic areas are: the promotion of women’s leadership, the advancement of feminist perspectives in economic and social rights and the elimination of violence against women, in local, national and international arenas. It is a very useful website to rely on while conducting research as it offers a wide range of resources, news and information, links to women’s organizations, and training materials.
It is an online workspace designed to serve the needs of elected officials, candidates, political party leaders and members, researchers, students and other practitioners interested in advancing women in politics. Through its interactive network of women in politics from around the globe, people could share their experiences, access resources and advisory services. The website provides access to world related news beside an online library that offers several articles on the Arab world and specifically on Yemen.
The portal brings together theoretical and practical perspectives on the interrelationships between gender, citizenship and governance. Themes addressed include political participation & representation, including quotas, decentralization and local government, women's rights, gender institutional mainstreaming, and gender-responsive budgeting. The website provides access to full-text electronic publications, e-journals, e-newsletters, e-discussion groups and forums, other useful websites’ links, bibliographic databases, and directories of organizations and projects.
It is the preeminent non-governmental organization that identifies, trains and empowers emerging women leaders and social entrepreneurs around the globe, enabling them to create a better world. From the website, one can get access to stories for women who are politician, social entrepreneur and human rights defenders from around the world. The main areas of their concern are economic empowerment, political representation and human rights. From the website one can get access to statistic, news and updated of the recent women’s initiatives. In specific, there are some articles concerned with Yemen.
WDN aim at formalizing a network of women who have gained experience in political and civil society with women who struggle to take part in the democratic development of their countries so that they might engage in sharing experiences. It also provides training and mentoring opportunities that address the specific needs of women within the regions of Africa, Asia, Eurasia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East, and North America. The website provides access to series of interviews of WDN members to discuss their experiences with the network and share their individual stories. Additionally, one can search WDN's vast library of resources that cover topics such as women’s political party leadership, advocacy skills, campaign finance and strategy, voter outreach, women’s economic empowerment, communications and media outreach, coalition building, and campaign management.
This site is dedicated to provide information on women who have ruled since the beginning of times (or as long as the sources date back). It provides up-to-date information about women holding high political positions worldwide currently. In fact, it is a very useful website as it provides useful data on women in the political life.