Swiss parliament refuses voting rights for women
Islamic Bill of Rights for Women in the Mosque
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Women for Human Rights
Women for Human Rights is an organisation which works to secure the political, social, cultural and economic rights of single women in Nepal. It was founded by Lily Thapa. It works in 73 districts and 1550 VDCs, with over 100,000 single women members.
Women for women's human rights
Women for Women’s Human Rights (WWHR) is an autonomous women’s non-government organization (NGO) founded in 1993 in Turkey. The group aims to promote women’s human rights and to supports the active and broad participation of women in the establishment and maintenance of a respectful democratic order at national, regional and international levels. WWHR has developed a multi-pronged approach in its programming, seeking to eliminate discrimination against women and women's human rights violations. The NGO's national and international programs combine action-research, training, production and dissemination of awareness-raising materials and publications, advocacy, lobbying and networking. WWHR was elected as one of the few NGOs worldwide to deliver a statement at the United Nations March 8 Global World Conference in 1998, in recognition of its advocacy and lobbying efforts towards the adoption of a protection order law against domestic violence in Turkey. WWHR was also awarded the 1999 Leading Solutions Award by the Association for Women in Development (AWID), in recognition of its contributions to advancing gender equality and social justice. Its Human Rights Education Program for Women (HREP) has been elected as one of the “best tactics in human rights” in an international program by the Centre for Victims of Torture and Helsinki Citizens Assembly. In 2007, co-founder of WWHR - New Ways was awarded the Gruber Prize for Women’s Rights for her work with WWHR-New Ways and the Coalition for Sexual and Bodily Rights in Muslim Societies (CSBR).
Norwegian Association for Women's Rights
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Association for Women's Rights in Development
The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID), formerly the Association for Women in Development, is an international, feminist, membership organization committed to achieving gender equality, sustainable development and women's human rights established in 1982.