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Tunisia: Another Arab Summit Ends in Words But No Deeds
The gathering of Arab leaders in Tunis over the weekend culminated in declarations of solidarity and peace that spoke generally of reform but were short on specifics and programs.
UK: Catholic church weighs into polls
The Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales is urging voters to judge candidates for the local and European elections on their moral stances.
Arab parliaments urged to reserve seats for women
Seats should be reserved for women in Arab parliaments so that they can play a greater role in the political sphere, delegates at a conference said.
الجمعية البحرينية لحقوق الإنسان تدعو إلى تنظيم حملة ضد قانون الجمعيات
India: Defeat of NDA, victory of secularism by Asghar Ali Engineer
Crushing defeat of NDA led by the BJP in the recent general elections is certainly victory of secular forces.
Arab League talks democracy
Foreign ministers have endorsed the concepts of democracy and human rights in a document prepared for approval at a two-day Arab summit in Tunis starting on 22 May.
في ندوة المجتمع المدني في دول الجزيرة والخليج العربي : المشاركون يؤكدون تنامي دور مؤسسات المجتمع المدني وانسحاب الدولة من أداء وظائفها ، وتأثير التمويل على استقلالية المنظمات
Iran: Iranian women hold gathering in Tehran to protest portrayal of women on national television
The Women's Cultural Center (WCC) along with several other women organizations and groups helped arrange a gathering for those who wished to express their disgust or dismay towards policies for the projection of women’s role on Iran’s National TV.
Union Européenne: Contre l'article 51 de la future constitution Européenne
Europe: An appeal to withdraw Article 51 from the European Constitution
By recognising the right of religious institutions to interfere in the exercise of European public powers, Article 51 contradicts the principle of separation between public and religious institutions.
جميع الحقوق محفوظة لشبكة " نساء في ظل قوانين المسلمين", 2009
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