The IWI: Institute For Feminist Policy Reform
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Who We Are

Global Policy Review is the law and policy division of the International Women’s Initiative (IWI). Created in early 2019, it has been established as a means to comprehensively analyse laws and policies impacting women’s rights the world over and pave the way for a more egalitarian society.

Our work predominantly focuses on raising awareness of women’s rights issues across the globe through policy and legal research, reports and lobbying efforts with an aim to educate the international community on the status of women’s rights abuse.  

In doing so, we strive to give a platform and support women in speaking out against injustice and lack of accountability within governance and legal mechanisms, regardless of their age, ethnicity, race, socioeconomic status, language, religion and geographical location.

Courage calls to courage everywhere, and its voice cannot be denied.
— Millicent Fawcett
Credit:  " Millicent Fawcett Statue 02 - Courage Calls " by   Garry Knight    .     is licensed under  Public domain .

Credit: "Millicent Fawcett Statue 02 - Courage Calls" by Garry Knight. is licensed under Public domain.

Global Policy Review Team

We are a team of dedicated and passionate remotely-based individuals, and our mission is simple - the permeation of gender equality into all aspects of policy and law.

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Mallika Singhal

Editor-in Chief


Morgan Moone

Policy Briefs Editor


Isobel Healy

New Developments Editor


Natacha Amora


 Policy Briefs

Our team of analysts analyse laws and policies affecting women’s human rights through data and evidence, providing subsequent recommendations encouraging policy-makers to reduce gender gaps in laws and policies.



New Developments

Our team of reporters track and new laws and policies and shed light on their direct and indirect implications on women’s rights and gender equality.

Personal Accounts

Individuals from all walks of life share their life stories and experiences, highlighting how existing laws and policies of their countries have affected them and/or the women around them in realising their human rights.

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