SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL IS A GLOBAL VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT.

Soroptimist International is made up of four Federations:
Soroptimist International of the Americas,
Soroptimist International of Great Britain & Ireland,
Soroptimist International of Europe; and
Soroptimist International of South West Pacific.
Very soon, there will be a fifth federation:
Soroptimist International of Africa.

Soroptimist International advocates for human rights and gender equality through education and empowerment. At the heart of Soroptimist International’s advocacy is its work across seven United Nations Centres, in which sixteen Representatives ensure that the voices of women and girls around the world are included in international decision making. Soroptimist International collaborates with other like-minded organizations on issues of mutual concern, working together towards our common aspirations for women.

SOROPTIMISTS AROUND THE WORLD

Soroptimist International Map
Soroptimist International Headquarters

8A Romsey Terrace, Cambridge CB1 3NH  United Kingdom
E: hq@soroptimistinternational.org    •    W: www.soroptimistinternational.org

 

 Soroptimist International of the Americas
1709 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
USA
E: siahq@soroptimist.org
W: www.soroptimist.org

Soroptimist International of Europe
Route de Florissant 72
CH-1206 Geneva,
Switzerland
E: siehq@soroptimisteurope.org
W: www.soroptimisteurope.org

Soroptimist International of Great Britain & Ireland
2nd Floor, Beckwith House
1 – 3 Wellington Road North, Stockport
SK4 1AF
E: hq@sigbi.org
W: www.sigbi.org

Soroptimist International South West Pacific
PO Box 746, Surry Hills
NSW 2010
Australia
E: hq@siswp.org
W: www.siswp.org

The ADVOCACY WORK of SOROPTIMISTS around the world includes:
The COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN (CSW), established by the United Nations in 1946, is the principal global intergovernmental body exclusively dedicated to the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women.
 
The SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGS) are an opportunity to increase political will and determination to implement a truly ambitious post-2015 agenda that addresses the fundamental inequalities between peoples.
It is possible to transform our world, but we need more than a commitment – we need action. Soroptimists play a large part in that action plan.