DAWN is a network of women scholars and activists from the economic South who engage in feminist research and analysis of the global environment and are committed to working for economic justice, gender justice and democracy.
Apart from international efforts to "rescue" women in the Middle East, female activists in Arab countries have been toiling for decades for reforms that achieve concrete gains for women.
Sisters in Islam (SIS) began in a living room with a group of women who got together to study the Quran because they were concerned about the oppression women faced in the name of Islam.
Recent workshops conducted by WLP’s partners in Morocco and Nigeria have led to a number of new initiatives for women’s rights advocacy and conflict resolution.
The Women's Learning Partnership (WLP) announce a Hausa Edition of their leadership handbook.
L’invocation du respect des valeurs culturelles et religieuses sert de prétexte aux décideurs de part de d’autre de la Méditerranée pour justifier leur manque de volonté dans le domaine de l’égalité des genres.
Second Session of the ESCWA Committee on Women.
We would like to call to your attention the need for women's groups and women's rights advocates to continue advocating for the inclusion of independent feminist experts in the CEDAW Committee.
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