President's Corner
…a woman dies in childbirth. This roughly equates to the crash of two fully booked Jumbo Jets. Only that the plane crashes will make it to the news, but not the dead women or the families they leave behind. 

“Let’s stop calling it marriage: It’s a crime.” 

This sentence has come to my mind again and again since I sat in a packed conference room at the United Nations on Tuesday last week.

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Latest News

Zonta International congratulates clubs celebrating special anniversaries in November.

“Prevention and education are the best strategies to counteract trafficking.”  This was pointed out by Daniel Fuhry, cyber-crime expert and adviser to the Austrian EU presidency, at a side event organized by Zonta International during the Ninth Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime.

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Global Impact

  • Zonta International and UNICEF USA -  Building a More Equitable and...
    Together, UNICEF USA and Zonta International are building a more equitable and just world, one in which girls are able to exercise their rights to survival, safety and well-being, and as Zonta enters its centennial biennium, we are poised to make an even bigger...
  • Read about the 2018 YWPA Awardees
    Meet 10 young women who are making a difference in their communities through volunteerism and leadership.
  • 2019 Young Women in Public Affairs Award materials now available

    Materials, including the 2019 application, are now available for the 2019 Young Women in Public Affairs Award.

  • 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.”

    FlorinaFernandes

    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.”