About us

The Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice works globally to ensure justice for women and an independent and effective International Criminal Court. Read more about us

Who we are

The Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice is an international women’s human rights organisation that advocates for gender justice through the International Criminal Court (ICC) and through domestic mechanisms, including peace negotiations and justice processes. We work with women most affected by the conflict situations under investigation by the ICC.

The Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice works in Uganda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan, the Central African Republic, Kenya, Libya and Kyrgyzstan.


  • Kampala and Amolatar, Uganda
  • The Hague, the Netherlands

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What we do

A refurbished Transit House, a project run by Actions des Femmes Pour les Droits et le développment (AFD) in collaboration with the Women’s Initiatives in South Kivu, DRC. This project provides psychosocial assessments and support for hundreds of victim/survivors of sexual and gender-based crimes and assists them to access medical services, including surgeries for rape-related injuries. Read more on what we do

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Interview with Brigid Inder, Executive Director

Our Voices Matter: Congolese women demand justice and accountability

No Longer Silent: Women from Northern Uganda demand livelihood and psychosocial support