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“Women’s Initiatives Supporting Group” since its foundation actively works with those local and international networks and coalitions, that are directly connected to the organization’s strategic goals on various stages of development. In 2001-2004 WISG, as the founder, was actively involved in several coalitions that were focused on issues of women’s rights and domestic violence – “Coalition of NGOs working on Women’s Rights” and “Coalition Against Domestic Violence”. In 2003-2008, when the main target group of WISG were women living in rural areas, the organization joined the international network of agrotourism as well.

Taking into account the focus of the organization, its target groups and the strategic plan, nowadays WISG is part of several international and local networks, including:

AWID (The Association for Women's Rights in Development) - global, feminist membership organization.

AWID is an international, feminist, membership organisation committed to achieving gender equality, sustainable development and women’s human rights worldwide.

ILGA-Europe - The European Region of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association.

ILGA-Europe works for equality and human rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) people at the European level. It is an international non-governmental umbrella organisation bringing together 407 organisations from 45 of the 49 countries in Europe and was established in 1996. ILGA-Europe advocates for human rights and equality for LGBTI people, before organisations such as the European Union, the Council of Europe and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe. It enjoys participative status at the Council of Europe and consultative status at the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC) since 2006.

TGEU (Transgender Europe)

Transgender Europe is a membership based organisation. TGEU currently has 78 member organisations in 40 different countries. TGEU was established on the first European Transgender Council in Vienna in November 2005 and formally registered as an Austrian charitable organisation 14 months later. Run as a volunteer organisation for many years TGEU established itself as legitimate voice of the trans community in Europe. Today TGEU continues to combine advocacy work on the European level with work on the national level in partnership with their members with and for local communities.

IGLYO (The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer Youth & Student Organisation )

IGLYO is a pan European network, working with over 95 LGBTQ youth and student organisations. It is run for and by young people.

The National Platform of the Eastern Partnership, Civil Society Forum

Coalition of the registered non-governmental organizations in Georgia, that aims supporting the process of Georgia’s integration in European Union in the frames of “Eastern Partnership” initiatied by EU.

Coalition for reproductive health and rights

The coalition was formed in 2015 and it includes about 15 organizations. Coalition works on following issues: family planning services; the lack of access to contraception; safe abortion; selective abortion; stigma and discrimination of socially unprotected, vulnerable groups; reproductive behaviors of youth and teenagers and preventing tendencies relating; raising awareness of the society about reproductive health and rights.