A world where gender equality is seen, valued and experienced as a basic human right.
We believe in dismantling oppressive systems, translating knowledge into practice and inspiring changemakers in service of advancing gender justice.
We do this by partnering with foundations, governments, universities, collaboratives, philanthropists and multilaterals to cultivate and uplift big ideas.
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Gender discrimination is linked to depression in child-bearing women, Stanford-led study finds - Scope
A Stanford-led study has found that experiencing gender discrimination was associated with depressive symptoms in women who had young children.
- – Global Center for Gender Equality Launches
Global Center for Gender Equality Launches | Support Packard Children's Hospital
Stanford University School of Medicine launches new Global Center for Gender Equality
- – Melding Artificial Intelligence and Algorithms with Health Care and Policy to Combat Human Trafficking
Melding Artificial Intelligence and Algorithms with Health Care and Policy to Combat Human Trafficking
The Stanford Human Trafficking Data Lab conducts critical research through a collaboration among academics, health-care providers and frontline trafficking experts and prosecutors, using promising
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Linking piped water, health and gender equality | Stanford News
New Stanford research finds installing piped water in rural Zambian homes frees up time in the daily lives of women and girls, while also promoting economic growth and food security – making an argument for piped water infrastructure investments across rural, low-income areas.
Calling all Philanthropists!
To advance feminist philanthropy, the GCfGE is partnering with the Gates Foundation to support philanthropists interested in building an intersectional gender lens to their giving.
Learn more about the project here!