Organisations for girls' and women's rights

Four Swedish NGOs support GO STRAIGHT HOME and carry out work connected to the themes of the film.


RFSU

RFSU (the Swedish Association for Sexuality Education) works with sexual and reproductive rights in Sweden and worldwide. RFSU works with partners in Bangladesh to improve peoples living conditions and for increased opportunities for young women and for women to able to move freely without the threat of violence.

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ActionAid Sweden

Women and girls belong to the most vulnerable in the world. ActionAid focuses on women and girls because it is the most effective way to cut poverty.

Sponsor a girl


Unizon (former SKR) 

Unizon (former Swedish Association of Women’s Shelters and Young Women’s Empowerment Centres) is an organisation bringing together more than 100 women's shelter organisations, help lines and other organisations working for an equal society free of violence.

Volunteer at a shelter or help line


The Swallows India Bangladesh

Swallows India Bangladesh is a non-profit, non-governmental development organisation working in Sweden, India and Bangladesh. The Swallows works in partnership with local organisations in India and Bangladesh to strengthen disadvantaged groups, such as Dalits (who are often treated as untouchables), landless, indigenous people and women, to take control of their lives and claim their rights.

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