The Canadian Council of Muslim Women (CCMW) is holding a series of regional meetings across the country in December 2005 and January 2006.
The 2005 campaign theme emphasizes the connections between women’s human rights, violence against women and women’s health, and the detrimental consequences violence against women has on the well-being of the world as a whole.
Taking place from 29 November–2 December 2005, it will bring together WHRDs from different countries worldwide. Its aim is to bring attention to the need for special protection of WHRDs and other human rights activists defending the rights of women.
Pratiquantes et féministes, elles veulent combattre le patriarcat de l'intérieur.
Nigerian lawyer Hauwa Ibrahim, who was instrumental in defending Amina Lawal in 2003, has been awarded the 2005 Sakharov Prize.
Amina Wadud, Afro-Américaine convertie dans les années 70, est une des figures majeures du féminisme musulman.
On 17 November 2005 at Johns Hopkins, women leaders from Muslim-majority societies will discuss strategies for the creation of egalitarian communities and reform of family law based on women's capability to choose.
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