President's Corner
What was achieved in June 1919 with the 19th Amendment passing the U.S. Congress was obviously a big success, but female suffrage remained a controversial cause until it was officially ratified in August 1920. 
June 1919 was a milestone month for women’s history in the United States. 
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Latest News
In partnership with UN Women and the Jordanian National Commission for Women, the Information and Research Center – King Hussein Foundation recently launched a series of advocacy campaigns on women’s empowerment developed by seven women’s community-based organizations in Tafilah, Jordan.
Zonta International is proud to announce the 2019 Young Women in Public Affairs (YWPA) Award district/region and international recipients.
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Global Impact

  • Community-based organizations in Tafilah, Jordan, launch advocacy...
    In partnership with UN Women and the Jordanian National Commission for Women, the Information and Research Center – King Hussein Foundation recently launched a series of advocacy campaigns on women’s empowerment developed by seven...
  • Meet the young women who are changing the world
    Zonta International is proud to announce the 2019 Young Women in Public Affairs (YWPA) Award district/region and international recipients.
  • 'Without the catch-up class, I would have had to stop school'
    Arilina's parents were no longer able to pay her school fees. So when she repeated her grade, they decided it would be better for her to stop school. Fortunately, thanks to catch-up classes, she was able to find her way back.
  • Local Impact

     

    We Are Zonta

    TayoMorgan

    TAYO MORGAN

    Member, Centennial Anniversary Committee
    Zonta Club of Ibadan, Nigeria

    “I joined Zonta to work with women of like minds in lifting up less fortunate women, and to have fun while doing so.”

    ALDA NIKODEMUSA

    Member
    Zonta Club of Riga, Latvia

    “I joined Zonta not only due to my willingness to contributing to improve women’s well-being on this globe, but also because of meeting and collaborating with Zontians—a variety of smart and energetic women with different backgrounds, knowledge and experience. If not for Zonta, most likely I would never have met them.”

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    FLORINA D'SYLVA

    Member
    Zonta Club of Para District Area Inc, Australia

    “Many years ago I received a Zonta community award. I soon learned of the many services they provide and was impressed by the Zonta International Objects. I renew my membership because I feel proud to belong to an international organization that serves communities at a local level and in the world.”

    BROOKE COURTNEY

    Member
    Zonta Club of Tauranga Area, New Zealand

    “I am in Zonta for fun, friendship and that feeling that I get when I know I am doing something to help other women and girls in New Zealand and around the world.”