The Equality Institute is built on a culture of respect, collective-care and boundaries, that enables people to prioritise their wellbeing and individual needs, alongside work and advocating for social change.
Once a little idea to drive big change, the EQI has now evolved into an established organisation, grounded in local engagement, while setting a global agenda.
The Equality Institute covers every region in the world. 20 countries and counting. We have worked with the governments of Australia, Cambodia, Kazakhstan and beyond to improve systems and serve women and girls. Our clients have included the United Nations Development Program, Oxfam, the World Bank, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Amnesty International.
We have conducted over 50 studies around the world, including national prevalence studies, programme evaluations and systematic evidence reviews. We have trained hundreds of researchers, practitioners and policy makers to better understand what causes violence against women and girls and how to prevent it. We have grown our online community to over 88,000 followers across social media, creating viral content that has reached up to 3 million people in one post.
We are thought-leaders: sought after to provide strategic advice and effective solutions for major organisations to address one of the most wide-spread and intractable issues of our time. We bring together industry trailblazers from a range of fields, including research, humanitarian response, design, media and film, to build holistic solutions to the problem of violence against women and girls.