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Islamic feminism is on the whole more radical than Muslims' secular feminisms, argues Margot Badran.
Whether or not women will be better off after the war against Afghanistan is an open question.
A Roundtable on Strategies to Address 'Honour Crimes' was held in London from 12-13 November 1999.
ARTICULACION FEMINISTA MARCOSUR, has designed an awareness campaign that will be launched at the World Social Forum, Brazil, February 2002.
WHRNet relaunch their news section for International Human Rights Day.
Funds have already been sent to the Pakistan Citizen's Support Initiative for Afghan Refugees to undertake humanitarian relief to Afghan refugees in Pakistan.

A Roundtable on Strategies to Address ‘Honour Crimes’ was held in London from 12-13 November 1999. It was jointly organised by the Centre for Islamic and Middle Eastern Law (CIMEL) at the School of Oriental and African Studies at London University and by INTERIGHTS, the International Centre for the Legal Protection of Human Rights, under the auspices of the CIMEL/INTERIGHTS ‘Honour Crimes’ Project.

Excerpts from a speech given on cultural relativism given at a forum organized by the International Campaign in Defense of Women's Rights in Iran (ICDWRI).
The 'war against terrorism' being waged by the USA and Great Britain against the Taliban regime in Afghanistan has entered its third week. As troops began fighting on the ground, we once more watch the reaffirmation of the 'masculine' nature of war.
Listen to WLUML activists discuss these issues from web-cast discussions held from Tuesday 16 - Thursday 18 October 2001.
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