- Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA) WLSA conducts action-based research, provides legal advice and training, and engages in advocacy to improve the socio-legal position of women in Southern Africa.
- Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) Regional human rights monitoring body for the protection and promotion of human rights, including women's rights, in the Americas.
- Inter-American Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Women Established by the IACHR to ensure that the rights of women are fully respected and ensured in the Americas.
- OAS Inter-American Commission of Women CIM, a Specialized Organization of the OAS, is the principal forum for generating hemispheric policy to advance women's rights and gender equality. CIM was the first official intergovernmental agency in the world created expressly to ensure recognition of the civil and political rights of women. As such, it has played a crucial role in making the participation and support of women a legitimate and indispensable part of governance and international consensus building in the Americas.
- Inter-American Juridical Committee IJC has compiled a report on the administration of justice and access to justice in the regional human rights system.
- Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) PAHO is an international public health agency with more than 100 years of experience in working to improve health and living standards of the countries of the Americas. Programs include working to combat gender-based violence in the region.
- Latin American and Caribbean Committee for the Defense of Women’s Rights (CLADEM) CLADEM is a women's organization and network in Latin America and the Caribbean committed to the effective defense of women's rights in the region.
- Inter-American Alliance for the Prevention of Gender-based Violence from a health perspective (INTERCAMBIOS) InterCambios is a group of civil society organizations that collaborate with other non-governmental groups, bilateral and multilateral agencies, and governments to help improve the ability of Latin American and Caribbean health sectors to comprehensively address gender-based violence from a public health, human rights, and gender equality perspective.
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