The Coalition

The Campaign is supported by its Coalition of local, regional and international NGOs, academics, civil society partners, UN agencies, and government allies across the globe. Coalition members contribute to the Campaign in a variety of ways, including through local activism, advocacy at the international level, knowledge sharing, capacity building and research.

Interested organizations and individuals are invited to join the Campaign Coalition. Please contact the Campaign Manager for more information.

Steering Committee members include Equality Now, Equal Rights Trust, Family Frontiers, the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Nationality For AllWomen's Learning Partnership, and the Women’s Refugee Commission, where the Campaign Manager is based.  


Coalition Members:


International Organizations:

Equality Now

Equal Rights Trust 

International Alliance of Women 

International Refugee Rights Initiative  

Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion 

Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees 

UN Women

Women's Learning Partnership

Women’s Refugee Commission



Americas Network on Nationality and Statelessness 

Canadian Centre on Statelessness 

Center for Justice and International Law        

Equality Bahamas

Obmica, Dominican Republic



Family Frontiers, Malaysia 

Forum for Women, Law and Development, Nepal

Nationality For All, Asia Pacific Regional


Middle East-North Africa:

Association des Femmes Chefs de Familles, Mauritania 

Bahrain Women Association, Bahrain

Bahrain Women Union, Bahrain

Collective for Research and Training on Development Action, Lebanon

Salam for Democracy and Human Rights

Solidarity Is Global Institute, Jordan 

Sub-Saharan Africa:

Federation of Women Lawyers in Kenya (FIDA Kenya), Kenya

Focus Development, Madagascar 

Lawyers for Human Rights (LHR), Regional/South Africa

Questions des Femmes, Togo

Youth Sustainable Development Centre, Eswatini 



UN Working Group on in the Issue of Discrimination Against Women in Law and Practice