August 15, 2019SheDecides Kenya has unveiled the global Movement’s first ever SheDecides Local Champions!
News & Updates
June 3, 2019Women Deliver 2019 is here, and SheDecides has a whole host of activities for you to get involved with, both in person and from afar. To help with this, here is your very own SheDecides social media toolkit!
May 2, 2019Two months after its launch and SheDecides Kenya has hit the ground running, the local movement have turned their attention towards debunking a new billboard campaign in Nairobi County aimed at spreading misinformation about abortion services and inciting opposition against family planning services.
March 20, 2019SheDecides was present at CSW (the UN Commission for the Status of Women) for the first time this year, with the first event featuring new Champion Minister Marlène Schiappa (Minister of State for Gender Equality and the Fight against Discrimination, France).
March 12, 2019SheDecides announces that the Rt Hon Penny Mordaunt MP, UK International Development Secretary and UK Minister for Women & Equalities, has accepted the invitation to become a Champion of this progressive global movement driving change.
March 6, 2019The Flagship event in Nepal brought together global leaders, including the Chair and Vice-Chair of SheDecides Tikhala Itaye and Lilianne Ploumen, and leaders from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam and more, uniting to plan bold new action in Asia.
March 6, 2019SheDecides Uganda marked the 2nd global SheDecides Day with their usual zeal. 1000 people came together for the SheDecides Festival, the first of its kind, organised in Kampala by the brilliantly active team of SheDecides Champion Patrick Mwesigye.
March 6, 2019The fifth local SheDecides movement was launched on 2 March in Nairobi. The event brought together over 130 people from civil society, youth networks, private sector, development partners, media, faith based organisations and academia, as well as government. Firm commitments were made, with lots of excitement about how Kenyan comrades will take actions to drive change for women and girls.