Women’s Campaign International

Posted October 13th, 2014 at 11:20 am.

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Political Participation: Malawi

Working in emerging democracies and post-conflict regions around the world, Women’s Campaign International advances opportunities for women to actively participate in public advocacy and political processes. Women’s Campaign International was founded in 1998 by Pennsylvania Congresswoman Marjorie Margolies. WCI’s programs help women find their voices by giving them tangible skills in areas such as leadership, public speaking, media relations, grassroots organizing, campaign strategies, voter outreach and mobilization, polling, policy analysis and fundraising. WCI has worked with political leaders, activists, advocacy groups and non-profit partner organizations to ensure that women have a legitimate opportunity to participate in the development of public policy, and that women’s issues are placed on local, national and regional agendas.

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Conflict Mitigation: Sri Lanka

Some of the areas they focus on are:

  • Civic Education, Advocacy, and Grassroots Organizing
  • Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Livelihoods: WCI typically works with women who are starting micro, small and medium ventures in an effort to increase their financial sustainability.
  • Peace Building and Conflict Mitigation: WCI works with organizations and professionals in areas of protracted conflict to help transform policies, infrastructure, and environments that are conducive to violence, and help people build sustainable communities.
  • Political Participation, Campaigns and Leadership: WCI provides training for women who wish to run for office and for party leaders. WCI trains candidates to conduct well-organized campaigns and create strategic campaign plans. It also works with party leaders in party block vote electoral systems to ensure that women are high enough on the party list to get elected to office.
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Civic Participation: Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region

NOTE: To apply for internships, the deadlines for applications are as follows:

Summer Internship: March 15

Fall Internship: Aug 15

Spring Internship: December 15

To apply for any of the internship positions, please submit a resume, thoughtful cover letter, and a short writing sample (2-5 pages) via email to Anneke Kat, anneke@womenscampaigninternational.org. In the subject line of the e-mail, please indicate which internship period you are applying for (Summer, Fall, or Spring). In your cover letter, please specify when you are available to start interning and the hours that you would be available to work each week.

To learn more about internship opportunities, see http://www.womenscampaigninternational.org/internship

Website: http://www.womenscampaigninternational.org/

Phone: (215) 387-2601

Email: info@womenscampaigninternational.org

Location: 3701 Chestnut Street, 6th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19104 (Click here for map)

*This site is accessible via public transportation from the Bryn Mawr campus.

Please see transportation reimbursement policy.

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