Central America Women's Network (CAWN), London, United Kingdom

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Central America Women's Network (CAWN), London, United Kingdom
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Street address: 86 Durham Road

London, N7 7DT United Kingdom

State or Province: London
Country: United Kingdom
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Location coordinates: 51° 33' 54" N, 0° 6' 49" W
Contact number: 44(0)207-561-4828
Contact email: info@cawn.org
Website: http://www.cawn.org/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/CAWNetwork
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/CAWN-Central-America-Womens-Network/340568960713?sk=info
Target: Women
Organization type: Local NGO (operating at the community level), National NGO (operating countrywide or advocating at the national level), International NGO (operating in multiple countries)
Sectors: Single Mothers, Reproductive Rights, Reproductive Health, Legal Rights, Labor Rights, Human Rights, Health, Gender Discrimination, Empowerment, Elder Women, Education, Economic Empowerment
Year founded/registered: 1991


For over 20 years The Central America Women’s Network (CAWN) has worked in the UK to raise awareness of women’s rights and international development.


CAWN contributes to uphold the political, social, cultural and economic rights of Central American women by working with others to:

  • raise awareness

Among the public of the situation of women in Central America, the possible impacts of international, regional or national policies on women’s rights and the ways in which these threats are being exposed and resisted by women’s organisations throughout the region.

  • strengthen advocacy and campaigning efforts

In order to advance the specific demands of women’s organisations in the region and to support campaigning to protect and promote the rights of women in Central America.

  • promote solidarity links

To develop CAWN’s capacity to respond to requests for support and solidarity from women in the region so that they can oppose unjust policies and respond to natural disasters and other emergencies.


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