Why Muslim women and not simply women and sexuality?

En octobre 1997, 35 participantes actives du réseau (issues de 18 pays différents) se sont rencontrées à Dhaka dans le but de développer le troisième Plan d’Action du WLUML. Nous avons ré-examiné d’anciens problèmes et aussi identifié certaines difficultés qui émergent. Nous avons débattu de la meilleure stratégie pour répondre, en tant que réseau, à ces besoins tout en sachant que nous devons agir dans des circonstances qui apparaissent parfois insurmontables dans nos contextes spécifiques.

Millions of women work day in day out to promote peace. In the year 2005 a thousand women shall collectively receive the Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts in pursuit of peace.
Des millions de femmes s’engagent quotidiennement pour promouvoir la paix.
The World Court on War as Crime will listen to women and men mostly from the global south who have been victims of and survived wars and conflict.
Since September 11 and the focus on Afghanistan symbolized by the Taliban treatment of Afghan women, those working in development and advocacy in Muslim countries and communities have noticed a resurgence of interest in the topic of women and religion.
WHRNet lance une nouvelle ressource en ligne sur les fondamentalismes.
A joint initiative of WLUML, the Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) and Rights and Democracy.
The new webpages provide information on studies undertaken by reformist and feminist Muslim scholars.

Papers from the 'teach-in' organised by Act Together, Southall Black Sisters, Women Against Fundamentalisms, Women in Black (London), Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom and WLUML, held on 8 September 2002 at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, UK.

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