2023 was a year of exciting growth for CHANGE. We expanded our membership, funding, and work streams -- and we traveled the world to make a case for the feminist municipality. Have a look at our Year in Review.
Four CHANGE cities spoke to Geeta Rao Gupta, US Ambassador-at-large for Global Women's Issues, and Nina Hachigian, Special Representative for City and State Diplomacy.
Our Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Working Group heard from Peace in Our Cities (PiOC)’s Rachel Locke and Bojan Francuz. We also heard from Publica’s Ellie Cosgrave.
This summer, CHANGE joined over 6,000 feminists in Rwanda at the Women Deliver conference – one of the largest multi-sectoral convenings to advance gender equality in the world.
CHANGE hosted a panel discussion at the first ever Cities Summit of the Americas, in Denver, Colorado, USA. In a series of four fire-side chats, the mayors and urban policy experts explored i) the importance of including women in decision-making roles, ii) gender-based violence prevention, iii) the role of gender disaggregated data in informed policymaking, and iv) supporting caregivers.
In this 2023 series of presentations, representatives of Barcelona, Bogotá, Buenos Aires, Freetown, Melbourne, and Mexico City share their experiences promoting gender equity in their hometowns.
On November 23rd, 2021, The City Hub and Network for Gender Equity (CHANGE) launched its 2021 Gender Equality Toolkit. The virtual launch brought together city […]
Our 6 founding mayors in our 2021 International Women's Day Op-ED in the Independent. "We must not let a year of Covid reverse decades of progress in gender equality."