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Algeria: New women's radio station
An Algerian women's association has announced the launch of a radio station for women, an innovation in Algeria and in the Arab world.
Mondiale: Donner aux jeunes femmes le pouvoir d'initier le changement
Manuel de formation - Donner aux jeunes femmes le pouvoir d'initier le changement / YWCA mondiale & UNFPA
Mondiale: Le Coran revisité
Le juriste suisse Sami Aldeeb (www.sami-aldeeb.com) publie une nouvelle traduction française du livre saint des musulmans.
Africa: Women's Global Network for Reproductive Rights (WGNRR) regional consultation meeting
In 2008 the WGNRR Regional consultation meeting in Africa will be linked to the AWID Forum.
International: Coalition for Sexual and Bodily Rights in Muslim Societies (CSBR) Sexuality Institute 2008
Sexual and Bodily Rights in Muslim Societies under lens at sexuality institute.
International: How the Aid Agenda Needs to Listen to Women on the Ground
Isis International prepared the following statement for the ongoing UNCSW meeting in New York City on Financing for Development and Aid Effectiveness.
UK: MA in Gender, Sexualities and Ethnic Studies
Masters' programme in "Gender, Sexualities and Ethnic Studies", starting September 2008 at the University of East London, Docklands Campus.
International: Documentary: "Women on the Frontline"
A new film produced by UNIFEM and the UNFPA takes on the culture of silence surrounding violence against women. Airing TONIGHT: Friday, April 18th 2008 at 19:30 GMT, on BBC World.
International: Call for contributors: EWIC Scholars' Database
The EWIC Scholars Database is an invaluable listing of scholars from all over the world and from all disciplines whose work focuses on women, gender, and Islamic cultures.
Saudi Arabia: Women's basketball team resists restrictions on female athletes
"Zahed, who prays regularly and wears a head scarf even when outside Saudi Arabia, said that nothing in Islam bans women from sports. "Our society just has to get used to it," she said."
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