Note: Some content mentioned below is yet to be incorporated in the site’s operations e.g. donations, writers etc. All of the mentioned below would be achieved by the end of November 2016, or earlier.

1.    WHAT IS SHEWRITES?

SheWrites is a platform for women, and men around the globe who believe in the power of writing, reading, collaborating and creating better future societies. This platform connects citizens of the world, particularly women. They discover each other and raise voice on their local as well as international challenges that women are faced with in their societies. But we proudly accept that we are positively prejudiced in favor of women of the world.

2.   WHY IS SHEWRITES NEEDED?

Simply because, there was no such platform at time of SheWrites was born that connected people who strongly felt that women could always do more, and better. And that they as leaders could always create possibilities of better societies for future.

3.  WHO ARE THE WRITERS?

Mostly, well nearly all volunteers from across the globe! People who believe that words can make a change.

4.  IS THERE A SPACE FOR THE LGBTI COMMUNITY ON SHEWRITES?

One word: Absolutely!

5.  HOW CAN I CONTRIBUTE OR WRITE FOR SHEWRITES?

Please click here to send an email to become a writer/contributor for SheWrites. We would usually get back within two working day or less.

6.  COULD MEN WRITE FOR SHEWRITES?

Yes. SheWrites firmly believes that men make equal partners in all constructive change. And they must!

7.  WHAT IS THE PREFERRED LENGTH OF AN ARTICLE ON SHEWRITES?

SheWrites prefers “thoughts” over essays. Hence, the same word i.e. Thought(s), is used across the platform. An ideal length of a thought should/could be up to 700 or less. Lengthier “thoughts” could also be published given the type and importance of the subject/content, but this is a decision that the sub-editor(s) would take independently.

8.  WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WRITERS AND CONTRIBUTORS?

Writers are duly accredited by the Editorial Board of SheWrites, and they would have rights to propose, design, fund and run various thematic campaigns corresponding to SheWrites’ mandate. Whereas, contributors are the ones writing on their challenges according the thematic focuses and standards of SheWrites, but are not yet accredited by the Editorial Board.

9.  IS SHEWRITES OPEN TO ALL NATIONS AND PEOPLES OF THE WORLD?

One word: Yes!

10.  COULD I WRITE FOR SHEWRITES IN MY LOCAL LANGUAGE(S)?

Yes; but only on a later stage. For now, the language is English but would gradually open up to other languages as SheWrites grows further.

11.  HOW COULD I COLLABORATE WITH/SUPPORT SHEWRITES?

In any way possible that suits you: Write. Spread the word. Talk about it. Share the posts. Do your social media. Fund. Promote for donations. Hold supporting events.

12.  HOW COULD ORGANIZATIONS COLLABORATE WITH SHEWRITES?

To explore opportunities to support SheWrites, please click here to send an email to SheWrites. We usually get back within two working days, or less. By becoming “Supporters.” SheWrites, as a policy does not carry ads on its homepage, but would mention the supporters at www.shewrites.org/supporters/, and would also thank and mention them in their sponsored thematic campaigns, events, content etc.

13.  WHAT IS THE DONATION POLICY OF SHEWRITES?

SheWrites does not/does not accept donations from organizations and individuals linked with any form of arms trade, or those that are blacklisted by their governments, United Nations, or other international organization(s).

14.  WHAT ARE APPEALS AND FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGNS?

Only writers, accredited by the Editorial Board would be authorized to create Appeals for Actions, and do the Fundraising on issues/challenges that would have been highlighted by a fellow writer or a contributor. The Editorial Board must approve Appeals for Actions and Fundraising with a two-third majority. A Contributor or group of Contributors can definitely request the fellow writers to create Appeals for Actions and Fundraising, but in the end, the Writers would independently take decisions on their own, and the Editorial Board would be totally independent in approving or disapproving the requests.

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