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CEDAW: A Treaty for the Rights of Women

United Nations.

"Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) Treaty was written to provide international standards for protecting and promoting women's rights. CEDAW was adopted by the UN in 1979, and subsequently ratified by 170 countries."

Feminist Majority Foundation

The web site provides feminist global news.

Global Fund for Women

The Global Fund for Women supports a wide range of women’s groups working to build peace and end gender-based violence, advance health and sexual and reproductive rights, ensure economic and environmental justice, expand civic and political participation, increase access to education, and foster social change philanthropy.

Grassroots Feminist Political Posters in India

University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center.

India has been home to a vibrant women’s movement (or rather women’s movements) with a global influence. Historically, grassroots women’s organizations -- initiated and sustained by farmers, students, workers and housewives alike -- have been the backbone of the women’s movement.

Olakh is a feminist organization based in Vadodara, Gujarat, India. The poster collection represented in this archive is physically located in the offices of the feminist organization, Olakh (meaning Identity). Members of Olakh have designed and produced some of these posters.  Many others they have collected from different women’s groups and feminist organizations from all over India.

NOW and Global Feminism

This web page sites actions taken by NOW to restrict injustices around the world. It includes such articles as: "Relief... Families Hurt by the Tsunami" and "Open Letter to President Bush ...War Against Iraq."

SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective

The mission of the SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective is to amplify and strengthen the collective voices of Indigenous women and women of color to ensure reproductive justice through securing human rights. SisterSong is comprised of 80 local, regional and national grassroots organizations in the United States representing five primary ethnic populations/indigenous nations in the United States: Native American/Indigenous, Black/African American, Latina/Puerto Rican, Arab American/Middle Eastern, and Asian/Pacific Islander, as well as white allies and men.

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