Get involved

Interested in fighting for women’s rights? In our careers page you can find your next opportunity!


Equality Now in partnership with UNDP seeks to equip Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) with knowledge on state party reporting and parallel reporting processes by CSOs through submission of alternative/shadow reports on the situation of gender equality and women’s rights issues such as violence against women and girls, female genital mutilation and child marriage in Africa. Considering this, Equality Now and UNDP engaged a consultant to develop a Training Manual for CSOs on periodic reporting on women’s rights in Africa. The Manual will serve as a resource guide for facilitators/ trainers undertaking capacity enhancement of CSOs in Africa as well as a reference document for organizations intent on developing periodic reports on women’s rights instruments. Additionally, the Training Manual will be instructive for CSOs seeking to train other organizations engaged in advancing women’s rights in the process of periodic reporting. Equality Now and UNDP now seek to engage a consultant or a team of consultants to review and assess the draft Training Manual for CSOs on periodic reporting on women’s rights in Africa.The Training Manual is written in English and translated to French. We seek reviewers of both the English and French versions. To learn more about the consultancy and how to apply, please download the Terms of Reference below. Download TOR The deadline to apply for this consultancy is the 10th March 2022 at 12 (Noon), East Africa Time (GMT+3). Days Hours Minutes Seconds Please share this opportunity: Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on whatsapp WhatsApp

Find out more


Equality Now wishes to engage a qualified consultant(s) to undertake an elaborate assessment of Family Law among African Countries. The overall objective of the consultancy is to undertake a comprehensive mapping and assessment of Family Laws among African states and their congruence to the Maputo Protocol, CEDAW and other international treaties. This consultancy is expected to begin on 10th March 2022 and run for a maximum of 20 consulting days. To find out more about the consultancy and how to apply, download the information: Download TOR The deadline for applications is 11:59 pm EAT on Wednesday, 2nd March 2022. Days Hours Minutes Seconds Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on whatsapp WhatsApp

Find out more

Recrutement de chercheur (ses) nationaux dans 8 pays francophones de l’Afrique de l’Ouest

Recruitment de chercheur (ses) Pour Mener une Étude pour Comprendre le Contexte et l’État des Droits des Femmes et de l’Organisation Féministe dans 8 Pays Francophones d’Afrique de l’Ouest.   Le contexte: Make Every Woman Count (MEWC) est une organisation de femmes africaines dont l’objectif principal est de s’assurer que les groupes de femmes et de jeunes femmes ont la capacité, l’accès à l’information, des données faciles à utiliser, des connaissances et des outils basés sur des principes féministes pour renforcer leur travail de plaidoyer. MEWC a documenté le statut des droits des femmes en Afrique par le biais de recherches ciblées et de la diffusion d’ouvrages publiés sous forme de rapports et de notes politiques afin de soutenir un plaidoyer pour faire progresser les droits des femmes et l’égalité des sexes en Afrique. MEWC a été chargé par la Fondation pour une Société Juste et le Fonds de Développement des Demmes Africaines de mener une étude pour comprendre le contexte et l’état des droits des femmes et de l’organisation féministe dans huit (8) pays francophones d’Afrique de l’Ouest. Les pays concernés sont le Burkina Faso, la Côte d’Ivoire, la Guinée, le Niger, le Mali, la Mauritanie, le Sénégal et le Tchad. Dans le cadre de cette étude, MEWC cherche à recruiter des chercheur (ses dans le pays pour soutenir l’exercice de cartographie en effectuant un travail de terrain dans les huit pays francophones d’Afrique de l’Ouest énumérés ci-dessus. Télécharger la description complète et les détails de l’application Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on whatsapp WhatsApp Recruitment of Researchers to Conduct a Study to Understand the Context and Status of Women’s Rights and Feminist Organising in 8 Francophone West African Countries   Background: Make Every Woman Count (MEWC) is an African women organisation with an overarching goal to ensure that women and young women’s groups have the capacity, access to information, easy-to-use data, knowledge and tools based on feminist principles to strengthen their advocacy work. MEWC has been documenting the status of women’s rights in Africa through focused research and dissemination of published works in the form of reports and policy briefs to support evidence-based advocacy to advance women’s rights and gender equality in Africa.  MEWC has been commissioned by the Foundation for a Just Society (FJS) and the African Women’s Development Funds (AWDF) to conduct a landscape analysis to understand the context and state of women’s rights and feminist organising in eight (8) French-speaking countries of West Africa. The focus countries are Burkina Faso, Chad, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Niger, Mali, Mauritania and Senegal.  As part of this study, MEWC is looking to hire in-country researchers to support the mapping exercise by conducting fieldwork in the eight West African francophone countries listed above.  download full description and application details Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on whatsapp WhatsApp

Find out more

Internship – Make Every Woman Count

Are you a self-directed, cause-driven individual with strong communication skills? Are you looking for an opportunity to work with a women’s rights organisation? Are you looking for a challenging work experience? If you answered yes these questions, then apply to intern with MEWC! Make Every Woman Count is seeking interns who are motivated and passionate to advocate for women’s rights and ready to take initiative on new programs with strong knowledge and understanding of social media campaigning. The internship provides an opportunity to be involved in advocacy work, policies, research, writing and analysis, monitoring, administrative work, website and social media management; and significant involvement in our advocacy projects such as our women’s political participation and the African Women’s Decade project. Application Deadline: 31 July 2021 Find out more

Find out more

Human Resource and Administration Manager

This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious human resources professional with great employee relations, organizational development, policy and procedure design and implementation and HRIS administration skills.  The current global pandemic has resulted in Equality Now becoming a dispersed organization with staff in multiple locations around the world.  While this has resulted in more flexibility in hiring, it also requires greater attention to staff management, morale and the culture of the organization.  The ideal candidate will be critical in helping Equality Now reap the benefits of global recruiting, while also ensuring that the right systems exist to onboard and manage disbursed staff.  

Find out more