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WLUML Annual Report 2018

Based on discussions and conclusions of the 2017 Montreal meeting and subsequent discussions with various active networkers, the following area of activities were identified as the focus for 2018 activities. Simultaneously, there were discussions with various past and present networkers and council members on the various ways that the vision that was put forward in...

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WLUML Annual Report 2015

Activities and areas of work in 2015 include: Women’s empowerment and leadership, development for democratisation, websites: WLUML, VNC & WELDD, 16 days of activism, publications, online office, and strategic development process. Download WLUML’s Annual Report 2015

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WLUML Annual Report 2014

  Download WLUML’s Annual Report 2014 At the end of 2014, we would like to say a heart-felt “thank you” to all our supporters for their continued backing. We know that now more than ever our voice is needed to stand up for women’s rights in a climate of rising fundamentalisms, shrinking civil society space,...

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WLUML Annual Report 2013

Download WLUML’s Annual Report 2013 WLUML Highlights for 2013: In 2013 the WLUML website received 13,463,973 hits, averaging 121997.75 a month; of the total amount 1,097,776 were unique visitors. The most popular pages of our website continue to be Knowing Our Rights, Talaq-i-Tafwid: The Muslim Woman’s Contractual Access to Divorce: An Information Kit, and the...

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WLUML Annual Report 2012

The year 2012 was full of rapid changes and posed numerous exciting opportunities and challenges for WLUML. It is our great pleasure to share the experiences, lessons, and outcomes of this year with our friends, supporters, and interested parties. Please, download a copy of the WLUML 2012 Annual Report for an update of what we have been...

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WLUML Newsletter 11

In the winter 2011 issue of the WLUML newsletter, we feature an article on blasphemy laws and women’s rights in Pakistan, following the death sentence of a Christian woman, Asia Bibi, for blasphemy in November 2010 – the first conviction of its kind for a woman. We also interview Iranian activist and WLUML networker, Mahboubeh...

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WLUML Newsletter 10

In the summer issue of the WLUML newsletter, Fatou Sow asks: “To ban or not to ban the burqa?” – that is a question in the European Union; Belgium and France banned it lately, so the debate continues at a high political level amongst many other member states, provoking contradictory responses across the world. Meanwhile...

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WLUML Newsletter 9

The WLUML Newsletter has a new look! Introducing a more contemporary design and reader-friendly format, the Spring 2010 issue has all the same sections as Newsletter 8: Editorial and Solidarity; Campaigns; Women’s Empowerment and Activism; News from Networkers; Reviews; Events and Announcements. On this issue’s cover are the objectives and strategies of the 4th WLUML...

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