Established in 1984, the Sisterhood
is Global Institute (SIGI) seeks to deepen the understanding of
women's rights at the local, national, regional and global levels, and
to strengthen the capacity of women to exercise these rights. With
members in 70 countries, SIGI currently
maintains a network of over 1,300 individuals and organizations.
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