The NYC4CEDAW Coalition is a collective of representatives from nonprofit, community-based, and civil society organizations who will be primarily responsible for community education, base-building, and deciding/implementing strategic courses of action for constituent mobilization during the campaign.

Membership on the NYC4CEDAW Coalition is voluntary and open to all organizations headquartered in any of the five boroughs of New York City and who have a demonstrated track record of advocating for civil and human rights of women, girls, and transgender people.

To join the NYC4CEDAW Coalition, please fill out this form and member of our steering committee will follow-up.


100 Hispanic Woman/NY
100 Hispanic Women/Bronx Lebanon Hospital
American Association of University Women
Amnesty Int’l USA/NY
Anglican Consultative Council
Armenian Relief Society
Black Girls Project
Black Women’s Blueprint
Center Against Domestic Violence (CADV)
Center for Nu Leadership
Center for Reproductive Rights
Global Network of Women Peacebuilders
Granny Peace Brigade
Huairou Commission
International Federation of Business and Professional Women
International Federation of University Women
Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
Man Up Campaign: Stop Violence Against Women
Medgar Evers College (CUNY) Women’s Center
Metro NY Chapter of USNC-UN Women
Nation to Nation Networking
National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women s Clubs
National Council of Women
New future Foundation
New York Communities for Change (pending)
New York County Lawyers’ Association NYCLA
NGO Health Committee, NYU College of Nursing
NY Communities for Change
Parenthood Federation of America
Planned Parenthood Global
PowHer Coalition
SAPNA NYC, 2348 Waterbury Avenue, Bronx, NY 10462
Save our Streets (S.O.S) (pending)
Solar Cookers (UN)
The AAUW e-club
The Al Forney Center
The Center for Reproductive Right
The Episcopal Diocese of NY
The Human Rights Institute Columbia Law School
The International Association of Women in Radio and Television – IAWRT
The National Association of Women Artist
The Roosevelt Institute
UNA-USA Brooklyn
UNA-USA Queens
United Sikhs Organization
US Human Rights Network
Williamsburg Community Board
Woman Kind formerly known as New York Asian Women’s Center
Women s Federation for World Peace International
Women’s Intercultural Network
World Christian Life Community
World Federation for Mental Health
World Federation of Ukrainian Women s Organizations
World ORT/ORT America
Youth Represent
YWCA, Brooklyn
Zonta Club of New York
Special Support from 1199 Political Action Fund/personnel
Ed Policy and Proceducers – Early Childhood

New York City for CEDAW will make the global local by harnessing the power of cities and adopting CEDAW as a municipal ordinance. Its collective members will raise public awareness on the issues that affect women and girls in NYC. It will be ensure the equal rights and protection of 4.4 million women and girls in the five boroughs of NYC.