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Keynote by Stephen Lewis, UN Special Envoy on HIV/AIDS in Africa, to the “Microbicides 2004” conference in London, March 2004.
"Inertia and sexism has plagued the response to HIV/AIDS and we will continue to lose vast numbers of women as a result."
Women and the International Criminal Court (ICC)
Currently the ICC is undergoing an enormous recruitment process to staff the Court in preparation for it’s substantive work.
Women and Religions in a Globalized World: Conversations to Advance Gender Equity
An interview with AWID's Lydia Alpizar about the ways in which religious organisations and women's organisations can work together for women's human rights.
Shari'a Has Never Been and Should Never Be the Basis for Family Law
A review of "Islamic Family Law in a Changing World: A Global Resource Book," Abdullahi A. An-Na'im, ed. by Cassandra Balchin of the WLUML International Coordination Office.
World Court of Women on US War Crimes
The nineteenth in the series of Courts of Women held since 1993 in different regions - Asia, Africa, the Arab world, Pacific, Central America and the Mediterranean.
Catholic Attitudes on Sexual Behavior and Reproductive Health
As world leaders meet to discuss population and development, new report reveals global Catholic public opinion diverges on abortion, contraception, and condoms from Vatican and US.
منظمة العفو الدولية تنظم حلقة دراسية حول مناهضة العنف ضد المرأة في منطقة الشرق الأوسط وشمال أفريقيا
The construction of "Muslim Women's" sexuality and the political use of tradition and religion
A summary of the presentation by Marieme Helie-Lucas at the workshop on Muslim women and sexuality at the 2004 World Social Forum.
ألف امرأة لجائزة نوبل للسلام لعام ألفين وخمسة
Women Recollecting Memories/Politics of Memory: The Gender Dimension
Dedicated to women’s memories of resistance to war & nationalisms in the countries of former Yugoslavia, and to the activities of all women in the world who, in the context of transitional processes, oppose war, violence & discrimination.
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