The Project is led by the Nottingham University Business School - International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility.
New Vic Borderlines at the New Vic Theatre - Newcastle-under-Lyme UK is the theatre’s nationally acknowledged programme delivered by highly skilled practitioners engaging with the community and a range of partners, creating positive solutions, challenging negative behaviours, attitudes and actions and developing new and aspirational futures. Their work with girls and women -including topics of sexual violence, domestic violence, forced marriage and honour-based violence- is highly regarded locally regionally and nationally.
Da Hawwa Lur is a non-profit organisation working for the rights and protection of -women, girls and transgender in Pakistan. Da Hawwa Lur envisions a world where women and trans rights are equally respected as Human Rights, have control over their own lives and have equal access to education, employment, governance, justice, legal support, financial resources, recreation, health and social services. Da Hawwa Lur uses a four-pronged strategy of feminist movement building, community intervention, service delivery and policy advocacy for its programs including Gender Justice and Rights, Girl's Education, Good Governance and Improved reproductive Health and Rights.
The Academic Partner in the Philippines is the Ateneo de Manila – Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Anthropological and Sociological Initiatives of the Ateneo (DSA-ASIA).
The Association of Psychologists and Helping Practitioners (APHP), Mindanao, Philippines is an NGO that includes psychologists, counsellors, medical practitioners, pastoral workers, and community organizers based in Mindanao. The APHP delivers programmes of psychoeducation, intercultural dialogue, peace psychology, security sector reform, organizational effectiveness, mental health management, crisis intervention, psychosocial support and trauma rehabilitation, and post-disaster recovery planning. The APHP works closely with the Center of Psychological Extension and Research Services (COPERS), the community engagement arm of the Psychology Department at the Ateneo de Davao University.