Miscellaneous Links

  • Miscellaneous Links

    CTCNET — Community Technology Centers' Network is committed to creating a society in which all people are equitably empowered by technology skills and usage.

    The Economist — This website discusses the importance of sex in the modern workforce. Forget China, India, and the Internet: economic growth is increasingly driven by women.

    Feeding America — is the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief charity.  Our mission is to feed America's hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engage our country in the fight to end hunger.

    Food First — The Institute for Food and Development Policy—better known as Food First—is a member-supported, nonprofit “peoples” think tank and education-for-action center. Our work highlights root causes and value-based solutions to hunger and poverty around the world, with a commitment to establishing food as a fundamental human right.

    HERmail.net — It’s an international directory of women travellers... a FREE e-mail-based service that allows any woman anywhere in the world to connect at this site with other females who love to travel.

    KlaasKids Foundation — The work of our foundation has forever changed the approach to crimes against children in the fields of awareness and proactive crime prevention. It is important to continue our nationwide campaign on all levels in order to elevate and promote children’s issues to the top of our national priority list.

    Men for Change — The members of Men For Change are dedicated towards promoting positive masculinity and ending sexism and violence. We are a men’s group based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, that started after the Montreal Massacre in 1989. Since that time, we have worked in the community and in our hearts to promote healthy and nurturing masculinity.

    National Center for Missing and Exploited Children — NCMEC serves as a focal point in providing assistance to parents, children, law enforcement, schools, and the community in recovering missing children and raising public awareness about ways to help prevent child abduction, molestation, and sexual exploitation.

    National Museum of Women in the Arts — The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) brings recognition to the achievements of women artists of all periods and nationalities by exhibiting, preserving, acquiring, and researching art by women and by educating the public concerning their accomplishments.

    The Hunger Project — For more than twenty years, the Hunger Project has captured the imagination and passionate support of thousands of people around the world. We have made bold, innovative contributions to the global effort to eradicate hunger. The Hunger Project has been able to achieve this because of its ability to combine intense and unwavering commitment, a cutting-edge strategic approach, and focused action based on deep human principles.