WLUML will be participating in the next AWID forum, where up to 2,000 women’s rights leaders and activists from around the world will debate the urgent question, "How does change happen?" from October 27-30, 2005.
La femme tunisienne célébrera, demain, samedi 13 août, sa 49ème fête nationale.
Muslim women in a small town in southern India have come together to form a community of elders or jamat, traditionally dominated by men. This is the first step towards their ultimate goal, building a mosque exclusively for women.
Le Henan est la province la plus pauvre et la plus peuplée de Chine : 100 millions d'habitants, surtout des paysans, dont beaucoup restent les oubliés de l'explosion économique de la côte Pacifique.
Shirkat Gah - WLUML Asia regional coordination office - were partners in this Institute, held in Bangkok.
An article which highlights the opinions of two North-African Muslim intellectuals residing in France. Leila Babès and Abdelwahhab Meddeb are regular commentators on the Morocco-based radio station Medi 1.
The National Forum of Women’s Movement Delegates of Kyrgyzstan gathered to discuss the new challenges arising before the women’s movement due to political unrest preceding and following the events of March 24, 2005.
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