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Ályktun kvenna í tilefni af 20 ára afmæli Pekingráðstefnunnar

CSW59 - Fundur Kvennanefndar Sameinuðu þjóðanna 2015

Um eitt þúsund samtök út um allan heim hafa skrifað undir ályktun þar sem því er mótmælt að Kvennanefnd Sameinuðu þjóðanna skuli ekki með virkum og afgerandi hætti samþykkja mannréttindi kvenna og tryggja áframhaldandi jafnréttisbaráttu þjóða heimsins.

9. mars 2015, á opnunarfundi Kvennanefndar Sameinuðu þjóðanna, var samhljóða samþykkt ráðherrayfirlýsing í tilefni þess að 20 ár eru liðin frá því að Pekingsáttmálinn var undirritaður og Pekingáætlunin samþykkt.

Þessi yfirlýsing var skrifuð á bak við læstar dyr og höfðu kvennasamtök lítinn sem engan aðgang að þeim samningaviðræðum sem áttu sér stað við ritun hennar. Í gegnum tíðina hafa þess lags yfirlýsingar verið samþykktar ekki við upphaf fundar Kvennanefndarinnar, heldur í lok hans, eftir tveggja vikna samningaviðræður þar sem kvennasamtök og önnur frjáls félagasamtök hafa tekið virkan þátt.

Kvenréttindafélag Íslands er samstíga kvennasamtökum heims og hefur skrifað undir eftirfarandi ályktun.

Statement on the Political Declaration on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women

Twenty years after the adoption of Beijing, this version of the Political Declaration is not what women need.

There has been tremendous progress toward gender equality and the realization of the human rights of women and girls. However, many of the gains that women and girls have made are under threat and women and girls worldwide face extraordinary and unprecedented challenges, including economic inequality, climate change and ocean acidification, and rising, violent fundamentalisms. At a time when urgent action is needed to fully realize gender equality, the human rights and empowerment of women and girls, we need renewed commitment, a heightened level of ambition, real resources, and accountability. This Political Declaration, instead, represents a bland reaffirmation of existing commitments that fails to match the level of ambition in the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and in fact threatens a major step backward.

As women’s organizations, feminist organizations, and organizations that work to achieve the full realization of the human rights of women and girls, we demand a Political Declaration that:

  • Expresses unequivocal commitments toward fully realizing gender equality, the human rights and empowerment of women and girls. The term “realize gender equality, empowerment and the human rights of women and girls” should be used throughout the political declaration. The goal of ensuring the full enjoyment by women and girls of all of their human rights and fundamental freedoms is cross-cutting and emphasized throughout the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, not just in one chapter. In the Beijing Declaration alone, the goal of realizing the human rights of women and girls is affirmed in paragraphs 8, 9, 14, 15, 17, 23, 31, 32. Furthermore, the Platform for Action explicitly recognizes that gender equality is a matter of human rights (para 1) and in paragraph 2 states “As an agenda for action, the Platform seeks to promote and protect the full enjoyment of all human rights and the fundamental freedoms of all women throughout their life cycle.” Governments cannot pick and choose when to respect, protect and fulfil the human rights of women and should not do so in this declaration.
  • Commits to accelerated implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, along with the outcomes of the 23rd United Nations General Assembly Special Session, the Beijing+10 and Beijing+15 political declarations, the agreed conclusions and resolutions of the Commission on the Status of Women, as well as regional-level declarations on gender equality and the human rights of women and girls.
  • Commits to universal ratification and implementation of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and regional-level treaties on the human rights of women and girls and gender equality.
  • Recognizes the critical and unequivocal role women’s organizations, feminist organizations and women human rights defenders have played in pushing for gender equality, the human rights and empowerment of women and girls. Without feminist organizations, there would be no Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, nor progress in its implementation. Progress has occurred not because of the benevolence of governments, but because feminist organizations and women human rights defenders have fought for it, every step of the way. The attempt of governments to marginalize the role of these groups is an affront to women, everywhere.
  • Commits to create an enabling environment and resources to allow women’s organizations, feminist organizations and women human rights defenders to be able to do their work free from violence.
  • Recognizes and commits to address the emerging challenges that are setting back our fight for equality and the realization of the human rights of all women and girls. These include increasing fundamentalisms, violent extremism, increased number of displaced persons, increasing inequalities within and between countries, and climate change and ocean acidification, among others. The evidence is clear: women and girls suffer the disproportionate impact of these challenges and without real commitment to address them, gender equality and the full realization of the human rights of women and girls is a pipe dream.
  • Ensures real accountability for governments including detailed measures to reform and strengthen public institutions to address the structural causes of gender inequality; ensuring an enabling economic environment for women’s rights and gender equality beyond sector-specific financing and gender-responsive budgeting; creating national, regional and international systems that hold State and non-State actors, including multilateral institutions, to account for their role in perpetuating gender inequality and violations of the human rights of women and girls; and affirming the principle of international solidarity as the basis for international partnership between States for just, sustainable and equitable development.
  • Affirms the strong linkages between Beijing, Post-2015 and the Sustainable Development Goals. Realizing gender equality, empowerment and the human rights of women and girls will be critical for the success of the post-2015 development agenda. The Political Declaration should state unequivocal support for the stand-alone gender equality goal and targets as defined by the Open Working Group; recognize the centrality of gender equality, empowerment and human rights of women and girls for sustainable development; Commit to fully implementing the SDG on gender equality and women’s empowerment and ensuring a gender and human rights perspective throughout the post-2015 development agenda; and commit to gender-sensitive targets and indicators and ensure that gender is integrated into the means of implementation, financing and mechanisms for review, monitoring and accountability.
  • Recognizes the links between the human rights of women and girls and development. The Political Declaration must reaffirm the links between the human rights of women and girls and development, particularly as women and girls disproportionately are affected by the consequences of under-development. None of the three pillars of sustainable development – economic, social or environmental – can be achieved without the full participation of women and girls and without all of their human rights being fulfilled. When 61 million children, more than half of them girls, have no access to education, when 35% of women have experienced either physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence or non-partner sexual violence, and when 1 in 3 girls in the developing world are married by 18, there is a clear failure of development and a serious denial of human rights.

 

Anything less than the above would be a political failure, at a time when significantly more effort is needed to achieve the goals of fully realizing gender equality, the human rights and empowerment of all women and girls everywhere.

  1. 28 Too Many, UK
  2. A&A Book Trust, India
  3. A:F:F:I Associazione Federativa femminista internazionale
  4. AABT, INDIA
  5. AAN, Nigeria
  6. ABUCO-Transparency International Burundi
  7. ACAFEJ-Cameroun
  8. ACCIONA AC (México)
  9. ACDemocracia – Ecuador
  10. ACGB-USA, USA
  11. ACSUR Las Segovias
  12. ACT for SOCIETY Center AfS / Albania
  13. Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights, Canada
  14. Action Works Nepal
  15. ActionAid International
  16. ActionAid UK
  17. Actions d’Aide aux Femmes Défavorisées – ACAFED/ R D Congo
  18. ACTWA Palo Leyte Philippines
  19. ACWW, United Kingdom
  20. Adana Women’s Solidarity Center (AKDAM), Turkey
  21. AdasMexico
  22. Aden Higher Institute for the Rehabilitation of the decision-makers-yemen
  23. ADIFE ACTION POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT INTEGRAL DE LA FEMME /ROFAF/GSPA/BUKAVU/RDC
  24. Adina Barrera, defensora de derechos humanos, México
  25. ADN, Nigeria
  26. Ado isción Mujeres Sremoga TR
  27. ADP – Portugal
  28. adriana luna parra
  29. Advocates for Youth, United States
  30. AFAMIPER LIMA METROPOLITANA
  31. AFFDU France
  32. AFPDE asbl DR CONGO
  33. African Action AIDS (AAA), Cameroon and USA
  34. African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights Studies (ACDHRS), The Gambia
  35. African Coalition on Traditional Practices and Empowerment of Women (ACTPEW), Ethiopia
  36. African Sky
  37. African Women in Agriculture, Zimbabwe
  38. African Women Leader’s Network for Reproductive Health and Family Planning (AWLN), Regional
  39. African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF), Ghana
  40. Agrupación Ciudadana por la Despenalización del Aborto El Salvador
  41. Agrupación Ciudadana por la Despenalización del Aborto El Salvador
  42. AIDOS, Italy
  43. Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK), Bangladesh
  44. AK, Kyrgyzstan
  45. Akahata, South America
  46. Alessandra Mancuso Italy
  47. Alga, rural women’s association, Kyrgyzstan
  48. Alianza de Mujeres Indigenas de Centroamerica y Mexico
  49. Aliats del Feminisme, Spain
  50. Alliance for Arab Women (AAW), Egypt
  51. Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights Ghana
  52. Alliances for Africa (AfA) Nigeria
  53. Alma
  54. ALTERO, Serbia
  55. AMALTEA Spain
  56. AMAN Indonesia
  57. American Association of University Women (AAUW), United States
  58. AMERICAN MEDICAL WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION (AMWA) USA
  59. Amnesty International
  60. AMUSNAW Algérie
  61. Ana Gabriela Fernández, lista 3311 Frente Amplio, Uruguay
  62. Andrea Venosa Armand Ugon
  63. ANGIE BROOKS INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT, LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT,
  64. INTERNATIONAL PEACE & SECURITY; Liberia
  65. Ankuram. India
  66. Anna Riviello SnoqLibere- Italia
  67. Antalya Women’s Conseiling Center and Solidarity Association-Turkey
  68. AOIA Consultancy Services, Nigeria/Canada
  69. APED, Cameroun
  70. APFCIB
  71. APRODEFA, Colombia
  72. APROFEV/Réseau Genre et Droits de la Femme “GEDROFE”/RDC
  73. ARC International- Pakistan
  74. ARC International, Canada/Switzerland
  75. Aremoga W A Spain
  76. Arus Pelangi, Indonesia
  77. ASCENT, PHILIPPINES
  78. ASCMARARIA
  79. ASFED Mauritanie
  80. Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR), Indonesia
  81. Asia Pacific Alliance for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (APA), Thailand
  82. Asia Pacific Forum on Women Law and Development
  83. Asia Pacific Women’s Watch (APWW)
  84. Asian Circle 1325 Philippines
  85. Asociación “Mujeres, Solidaridad y Cooperación”, España.
  86. Asociación Colectivo Soleares
  87. Asociación con la A (ACA) Spain
  88. ASOCIACION CONTRAMAREA, CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN
  89. Asociación Coordinadora de Minusválidos Físicos de Castilla y León (España)
  90. Asociacion de Investigación y Especialización Sobre Temas Iberoamericanos
  91. Asociación de mujeres Montserrat Roig de San Fernando de Henares
  92. Asociación de mujeres Zuleima
  93. Asociación GoJoven Guatemala
  94. Asociación Humanos con Recursos, España
  95. Asociación LGBTI Algarabía
  96. Asociación Mercedes Machado, Canary Islands, Spain
  97. ASOCIACIÓN MUJERES PARA LA SALUD, ESPAÑA
  98. Asociación Mujeres por la Paz (España)
  99. Asociación Otro Tiempo, Spain
  100. Asociación Red Colombia.
  101. Asociación Rural de Mujeres Tiemar. Canary Islands Spain.
  102. Asociación Social y Cultural para las Mujeres Mararia
  103. Asociación TÚ, MUJER, Dominican Repúblic
  104. association adem
  105. Association Camerounaise des Femmes Juristes (ACAFEJ)-Cameroun
  106. Association Dea Dia Serbia
  107. Association démocratique des femmes au Maroc ADFM – Maroc
  108. ASSOCIATION DES FEMMES D’AFFAIRES DU CONGO “AFAC”/GEDROFE/RDC
  109. Association for Progressive Communications (APC), Global
  110. Association for Support of Women Candidates (KA.DER), Turkey
  111. Association for Supporting Women Candidates (Ka.Der) Ankara Branch – TURKEY
  112. Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID), Global
  113. Association Nigérienne des Educateurs pour le Développemrnt (ONG ANED) Niger
  114. Association of Transgender People in the Philippines (ATP), Philippines
  115. Association of Transgender People in the Philippines (ATP), Philippines
  116. Association of War Affected Women Sri Lanka
  117. association pour la promotion de la lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes et la participation au développement de la Femme africaine(LUCOVIFA), Cameroun
  118. association pour la promotion du droit humain
  119. ASSOCIATION POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT DES FEMMES DE MANIEMA/GEDROFE/GSPA2015/RDC
  120. Associazione Alma Cappiello Italy
  121. Associazione noiDonne 2005 – Sassari (Italy)
  122. ASTRA Network, Poland
  123. ASTRA Serbia
  124. Asociación Terapia y Género PAÍS VASCO SPAIN
  125. Athena Network, Global
  126. Atira Women’s Resource Society, Canada
  127. Atria, institute on gender equality and women’s history
  128. Audrey ingram Roberts, The Bahamas
  129. Australia
  130. Australian Volunteers International (AVI), Australia
  131. Australian Women Against Violence Alliance, Australia
  132. Autonomous Women’s Center (AWC), Serbia
  133. AWCFS, KENYA
  134. AWID- Britain /Madagascar
  135. AWID, Canada
  136. Baha’i Faith – Seychelles
  137. Bahrain Centre For Human Rights, Bahrain
  138. Balance, Mexico
  139. Balm in Gilead Foundation for Sustainable Development (BIGIF), Nigeria
  140. Bangladesh Women Chamber Of Commerce & Industry, Bangladesh
  141. Batis Center for Women, Philippines
  142. Baua Baua, Papua New Guinea
  143. BCWI, Canada
  144. Bedari, Pakistan
  145. BeFree Social Cooperative, Rome
  146. Benilde-Spain
  147. Bishkek Feminist Collective SQ, Kyrgyzstan
  148. Bishkek Feminist Initiatives, Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia
  149. PARIS, France
  150. BPW, Switzerland
  151. Butembe Women With Disabilities Development Association – Ugnda
  152. BUWCRIC , Ankara Turkey
  153. BUWEDDA – Uganda
  154. Cabildo por las Mujeres de Cuenca, Ecuador
  155. CADE /GEDROFE/ROFAF/GSPA/RDC
  156. CAFOB
  157. CAFSO-WRAG for Development Nigeria
  158. Calala-Women’s Fund
  159. Campaign2015+ International (Nigeria)
  160. CAMT CHIHUAHUA, MEX.
  161. Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW), Canada
  162. Canadian Labour Congress (CLC), Canada
  163. Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE)
  164. Canadian Voice of Women for Peace
  165. CANARIAS EN MOVIMIENTO – Red de grupos de mujeres de Canelones – Uruguay
  166. Caram Asia Berhad, Malaysia
  167. Caribbean Association for Youth Development (CAYD) Grenada
  168. Caribbean Regional Network of CSW NGOs
  169. carmen anastasia. Uruguay
  170. Catherine Raissiguier, USA
  171. Catholics for Choice (CFC), United States
  172. Católicas por el Derecho a Decidir, México
  173. CATWLAC LAC Region.
  174. CAWN, UK
  175. CD-ROMANIA
  176. Cedar Network, European Professional Network
  177. CEDAW Youth Network, Philippines
  178. Network for Gender I. ssues
  179. Network for Gender I. ssues
  180. CEIPAZ. España
  181. Center for Egyptian Women’s Legal Assistance (CEWLA), Egypt
  182. Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE), United States
  183. CENTER FOR PEACE & DEVELOPMENT EFFECTIVENESS
  184. Center for Peace Education
  185. Center for Women and Development (CWD), Georgia
  186. Center for Women’s Global Leadership (CWGL), Rutgers University, USA
  187. Central America Women’s Network, Great Britain
  188. Central Women’s University, Bangladesh
  189. CENTRE DE RECHERCHE POUR LA R1325 ET LA JUSTICE”CJR1325″/GEDROFE/RDC
  190. Centre for conflict management and women development affairs (CECOWDA) MALAWI
  191. Centre for Human Rights & Development, Sri Lanka
  192. Centre For Initiative Against Human Trafficking ( CIAHT) ,Ghana
  193. Centro de Investigación para la Acción Femenina (CIPAF) – Dominican Republic
  194. Centro de la Mujer Peruana Flora Tristán
  195. CENTRO MUJERES A.C. MEXICO
  196. CENTRO MUJERES GRACIELA HIERRO A.C. MEXICO
  197. CEPEMA LULAY, PERU
  198. CERVEAU/GEDROFE/GSPA2015/RDC
  199. CFPPIF / Canada
  200. CFUW Canada
  201. CGIL Italia
  202. CGLS, Armenia
  203. Childhood Brazil, Brasil
  204. chile
  205. CHOICE for Youth and Sexuality, the Netherlands
  206. -AF Burkina Faso
  207. CIDES, Paraguay
  208. CIEDUR, Uruguay
  209. CIMAC, México
  210. CIRE – Uruguay
  211. CIRSG (Director), University of Padova, Italy
  212. CIST College, Nepal
  213. CLADEM, México
  214. Clasicas y Modernas. Asociacion para la Igualdad en la Cultura. España
  215. Climate Smart Alliance, Zimbabwe
  216. Clinica Belladona Asturias
  217. Clóset de Sor Juana AC
  218. Coalición Nacional de Mujeres del Ecuador
  219. Coalition of Asia-Pacific Regional Networks on HIV/AIDS (7 Sisters), Thailand
  220. Netherlands, Netherlands
  221. COFEM/MALI
  222. Colectiva Mujer y Salud
  223. Colectiva Mujer y Salud de la República Dominicana
  224. Colectivamujeres, Uruguay
  225. Colectivo Bolivariano, (MBP-M) México
  226. Colectivo de Mujeres Convboca. Spain
  227. Colectivo Feminista Panteras Rosas, Nicaragua
  228. Colectivo Generando, Spain
  229. Colectivo Ovejas Negras, Uruguay
  230. Coletivo Feminino Plural, Brazil
  231. Columbia University Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race, USA
  232. COMEN, DR CONGO
  233. Comisión Beijing + 20 Guatemala
  234. Comitato per la promozione e protezione dei diritti umani Italy
  235. Comite de America Latina y el Caribe para la Defensa de la Mujer (CLADEM-RD) – Dominican Republic
  236. Comité de América Latina y el Caribe para la Defensa de los Derechos de las Mujeres (CLADEM)
  237. Commonwealth Medical Trust (Commat), United Kingdom
  238. Community Development Services (CDS)
  239. Community Initiative for Social Empowerment, Malawi
  240. Community Safety and Mediation Center (CMSC), Romania
  241. CONC
  242. Congregación Nuestra Señora de la Caridad del Buen Pastor. Colombia
  243. Congregación Nuestra Señora de la Caridad del Buen Pastor/ América Latina y el Caribe
  244. Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd USA/Global
  245. Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd, Ethiopia
  246. Conscience International (CI), The Gambia
  247. Consejo Ciudadano de Mujeres del D.F.
  248. Consejo de las Mujeres del Municipio de Madrid-Españas del Municipio de Madrid
  249. Consejo de las Mujeresdel Municipio de Madrid-España
  250. Consultoria Multidisciplinaria en Desarrollo Humano (COMUDEHUAC), México
  251. Cooperaccio, España
  252. Coordinadora 28 de Mayo, Guatemala
  253. Coordinadora de Mujeres, 1o de Agosto. México
  254. Coordinadora de ONG para el Desarrollo España
  255. Coordinadora Lésbica y de Hombres Trans COLEHT, República Dominicana
  256. Coordination des Associations et ONG Féminines du Mali (CAFO)
  257. COPRESSA, CAMEROON
  258. Cora Group, Inc.
  259. Cordaid, The Netherlands
  260. Corporación ” CEAC” Colombia
  261. Corporación Instituto para la Educación y el Desarrollo CIED. REPEM Colombia
  262. CORPORACION OFELIA URIBE
  263. Corrente Rosa, Italy
  264. Counseling for Lesbians / GAYTEN, Belgrade
  265. CRA, Canada
  266. Creación Positiva
  267. CRECO, Kenya
  268. Crossroads International/Carrefour International Canada
  269. CSCCOO (Spain)
  270. CSN, Canada
  271. CTFD, USA
  272. CUNY SPH, USA
  273. CUNY-Hunter, USA
  274. CUPW, Canada
  275. Curious Minds, Ghana
  276. CYECE Malawi
  277. Cyprus Women’s Lobby (CWL), Cyprus
  278. Czech Women’s Lobby, Czech Republic
  279. Czech Women’s Union, Czech Republic
  280. Dabindu ollective,Sri Lanka
  281. Dade Wethu, South Africa
  282. Dalit Women Right Forum Nepal
  283. dance4life foundation, Netherlands
  284. Dancing Traveller Media, Canada
  285. Dandelion Kenya
  286. DEEP Indonesia
  287. D’Ellles, Haiti
  288. DESyDE A.C., México
  289. Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN)
  290. DEVMAX, PHILIPPINES
  291. DIFFERENZA DONNA ITALY
  292. Diverse Voices and Action for Equality, Fiji/Pacific
  293. Diversidad, Equidad Social y Democracia, DESyDE AC. México
  294. DiversitySpectrum, USA
  295. Dominica NationalCouncil of Women
  296. DonneinQuota, Italy
  297. Doris Gruber, Nicaragua
  298. ELizabeth Maier, México
  299. Drik, Bangladesh
  300. Dristi Nepal
  301. (Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevoelkerung), Germany
  302. Dutch CEDAW Network, the Netherlands
  303. Earth Day Network, USA
  304. Eastern African subRegional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women (EASSI)
  305. Echoes of Women in Africa (ECOWA) Nigeria
  306. ECMIA
  307. Educación, Clínica e Investigación en Sexualidad (ECIS) – Paraguay
  308. Education as a Vaccine (EVA), Nigeria
  309. Education International (EI), Belgium
  310. EHMP, UK
  311. EHSAR Foundation Pakistan
  312. EIMAN UK
  313. Safareig, grup de dones feministes de Cerdanyola. Catalonia. Spain
  314. elizi kadın kooperatifi
  315. EMONYO YEFWE INTERNATIONAL-KENYA
  316. Counseling Services. PNG
  317. ENCADREMENT DES FEMMES INDIGENES ET DES MENAGES “EFIM”/GEDROFE/ROFAF/GSPA2015/GOMA/RDC
  318. Enciclopedia delle donne, Italy
  319. Engender, Scotland, UK
  320. EnterprisinGirls Italy
  321. ENTREPUEBLOS-ENTREPOBLES-ENTREPOBOS-HERRIARTE (SPAIN)
  322. EOS, Portugal
  323. EPA,Pakistan
  324. Equal Life Association (Turkey)
  325. Equality Monitoring Women’s Group (ESITIZ), Turkey
  326. Equality Now, International
  327. Equidad de Género: Ciudadanía, Trabajo y Familia; México
  328. Espolea, Mexico
  329. ETERNEL MON BERGER “EBER”/GEDROFE/GSPA2015/RDC
  330. European Women Lawyers Association
  331. European Women’s Lobby, Belgium
  332. Eksenli Çalışan Kadınlar Çalışma Grubu – Turkey
  333. Evkad-Adana, Turkey
  334. Coordination for Turkey
  335. Expert/Observer Belgium
  336. SO LA – CARICOM
  337. FAMEDEV, SENEGAL.
  338. Family Care International (FCI), USA
  339. Family Planning New Zealand, New Zealand
  340. FAWCO, USA
  341. Federacion canaria de mujeres Arena y Laurisilva
  342. FEDERACION DE ASOCIACIONES DE MUJERES RURALES SOL RURAL ESPAÑA
  343. Federación de Estudiantes de la Universidad de Costa Rica (FEUCR), Costa Rica
  344. Federación de Mujeres Progresistas
  345. Federación de Planificación Familiar Estatal
  346. Federación Mujeres Jovenes (FMJ), Spain
  347. Federación Provincial de Asociaciones de Mujeres Ágora de Málaga
  348. Federation and Cooperation of Cola, Beverage and Allied Industry (FCCU-SENTRO), Philippines
  349. Federation for Women and Family Planning, Poland
  350. Federation of Kenya Women Lawyers (FIDA- Kenya),
  351. femin & art ve 16 şubesi
  352. Feminist Majority Foundation
  353. Feministes Independents
  354. Femmes Africa Solidarité (FAS), USA
  355. Femmes et Droits Humains FDH Mali
  356. FEMMES MONTAGNARDES, CAMEROUN
  357. FEMNET – African Women’s Development and Communication Network
  358. FEMU Sinaloa, México
  359. Fight for Our Rights (FOR), Canada
  360. Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre (FWCC), Fiji
  361. Fiji Women’s Rights Movement (FWRM), Fiji
  362. FIRST LADY’S SAVE OUR YOUTHS CAMPAIGN (FLSOYC) NIGERIA
  363. FLACSO; Uruguay
  364. Flone Initiative
  365. Florencia Goldsman (APC)
  366. Florencia Partenio, Argentina
  367. Flying Broom Woman Communications and Research Association (FB), TURKEY
  368. FODJEC/Réseau Genre et Droits de la Femme/GSPA2015/RDCRDC
  369. FOFET CÔTE D’IVOIRE
  370. FOKUS-Forum for Women and Development, Norway
  371. FONDATION MAMAN CADHY “FOMACA”/GEDROFE/GSPA2015/RDC
  372. Fondazione Internazionale Lelio Basso, Italy
  373. Fondazione Pangea Italy
  374. Fondo Centroamericano de Mujeres -FCAM, Nicaragua
  375. Foro contra la Violencia de Género de Tenerife, España.
  376. Foro de Madrid contra Violencia a las Mujeres
  377. Foro Feminista, República Dominicana
  378. Fort Richmond Collegiate Working Girls’ Group, Canada
  379. FORUM DE LA FEMME MENAGERE “FORFEM”/ROFAF/GSPA2015/RDC
  380. FÓRUM DE POLÍTICA FEMINISTA DE GRANADA (FPF Granada), España
  381. Fórum de Política Feminista, Spain
  382. Forum femmes Méditerranée de Marseille France
  383. Forum for Family Planning and Development, Philippines
  384. Forum for Safe Shelters, India
  385. Forum for Women in Democracy, Uganda
  386. Forum for Women in Development, Democracy and Justice, Kenya
  387. foundation for peace and solidarity, Cameroon
  388. Foundation for Women (FFW, THAILAND
  389. Foundation for Women’s Solidarity , TURKEY
  390. FREEDOM FROM DEBT COALITION WOMEN COMMITTEE
  391. FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund, Mexico
  392. FSU, Ireland
  393. Fundacion Arcoiris. Mexico
  394. fundacion domitila, bolivia
  395. Fundacion Justicia y Genero, Costa Rica
  396. Fundacion para Estudio e Investigacion de la Mujer (FEIM), Argentina
  397. Fundación para la convivencia Aspacia, España
  398. Fundar, México
  399. GCAP,Kenya
  400. GeED, Cameroon
  401. Gemma Lienas, Spain
  402. Gender Advisory team, Cyprus
  403. Gender and Development Network (GADN) UK
  404. Gender and Water Alliance (GWA), the Netherlands
  405. Gender Studies, Czech Republic
  406. Generation Initiative For Women and Youth Network(GIWYN) .Nigeria
  407. Gerofa. Uruguay
  408. giovanna scassellati ASSOCIAZIONE SCIENTIFICA ANDRIA
  409. Girl Guides Australia, Australia
  410. Girls Activists of Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyzstan
  411. Girls Learn International
  412. GLIN, NIGERIA
  413. Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW), Thailand
  414. Global Fund for Women, USA
  415. Global Network for Community Development (Nigeria)
  416. Global Women’s Leadership Network
  417. Gonoshasthaya Kendra (GK), Bangladesh
  418. Good Shepherd Mission South Africa
  419. Gray Panthers, USA
  420. GrediDona, Spain
  421. GROOTS Trinidad & Tobago
  422. Groundworx, South Africa
  423. Group of 6 (G6) NGOS, Nigeria
  424. Grupo de Estudios de Género y Desarrollo Local Colectivo Tierra
  425. Grupo Flor de Ceibo, Centro Universitario de Tacuarembó, Uruguay
  426. Grupo Mujeres Carabanchel-España
  427. Peace Institute, Philippines
  428. Hands Across the Divide, Cyprus
  429. Haurralde Foundation
  430. Heavenly Creature Producties, Netherlands
  431. Hivos, The Netherlands
  432. (GADIP) Sweden
  433. HOMME INTEGRAL/GEDROFE/ROFAF/KINSHASA/RDC
  434. Huairou Commission: Women, Homes and Community (HC), USA
  435. Hungarian Women’s Lobby, Hungary
  436. HUWRIC/HUKSAM, Turkey
  437. IAWRT, Cambodia
  438. IAWRT, Kenya
  439. IBVM, United States
  440. ICAE – International Council for Adult Education
  441. ICCSR, United Kingdom
  442. Capitulo El Salvador
  443. IDEA-Cambodia
  444. IDFI, Georgia
  445. IFBPW, International
  446. IFDH-NGABO from .D .R.Congo
  447. IFUW/ VVAO the Netherlands
  448. IGDD, Democratic Republic of Congo
  449. IITM, Bangladesh
  450. Imaan Center for Gender Studies in Religion, Chile
  451. Keuper, Netherlands
  452. Inés Massot
  453. In-Formando, España
  454. Initiative for Change and Human Development (ICHD), Nigeria
  455. Insan Foundation Trust(IFT), Pakistan
  456. INSTITUT PEREMPUAN (Women’s Institute), Indonesia
  457. Institute for Internationa Women’s Rights-Manitoba, Inc.
  458. Institute for Science and Human Values (ISHV), USA
  459. Institute of Peace and Strategic Studies(IPSS),Gulu University.Uganda
  460. Instituto de Bioética, Direitos Humanos e Gênero (ANIS), Brazil
  461. INSTITUTO DE LIDERAZGO SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR AC, México
  462. Intendencia Montevideo Liliana Pertuy Uruguay
  463. Interfaith Network, Indian Ocean Islands
  464. Interkutivator, Serbia
  465. International Aids Women Caucus (IAWC), International
  466. International Alliance of Women
  467. International Association of Women in Radio and Television, IAWRT, Kenya
  468. International Civil Society Support (ICSS), Netherlands
  469. International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW)
  470. International Council of AIDS Service Organizations, Global
  471. International Council of Jewish Women
  472. International Council of Women
  473. International Federation of University Women (IFUW), Switzerland
  474. International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC), United States
  475. International HIV AIDS Alliance (IHAA), United Kingdom
  476. International Humanist and Ethical Union
  477. International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Kenya
  478. International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF)
  479. International Women’s Health Coalition (IWHC), USA
  480. Ipas México A.C.
  481. Ipas, USA
  482. Irenicashe, Benin, John GBENAGNON
  483. IRIS Women Watch Group, Turkey
  484. ISACI, Cook Islands
  485. isagiralt@gmail.com
  486. Isis International, Philippines
  487. Italian coordination of the European Women’s Lobby/ LEF-Italia, Italy
  488. ITUC, based in Belgium
  489. IWDA, Australia
  490. IWRAW AP, Malaysia
  491. KRUGA – VOJVODINA, organizacija za podrsku zenama s invaliditetom / Srbia
  492. Izmir Women Solidarity Association
  493. Izquierda Abierta (Spain)
  494. J+LAC
  495. JAGO NARI (Fighting For Women Empowerment)
  496. Japan Women’s Watch (JAWW), Japan
  497. JCW+, Jamaica
  498. Jenesys Company, Lagos Nigeria
  499. Journalists from Rights in Macedonia
  500. Just Associates (JASS)
  501. Justice for Women
  502. Juventud Frente Amplio (JFA), Costa Rica
  503. Juxvida, El Salvador
  504. KA.DER ANKARA – TURKEY
  505. Kadin Partisi, Turkey
  506. Kalidasdih Mohan Mahato Foundation,Dimdiha,Purulia,WB,INDIA
  507. Kaos GL Association, Turkey
  508. Kapadokya Kadın Dayanışma Derneği
  509. KARADENİZ KADIN DAYANIŞMA DERNEĞİ – TÜRKİYE
  510. Karama, Egypt
  511. Karya kadin dernegi. Türkiye
  512. Kemitraan, Indonesia
  513. Khan Foundation (KF), Bangladesh
  514. Khira Arab Maroc
  515. kikipa!, Germany
  516. Kirmizi Biber Dernegi(Red Pepper Association), Turkiye
  517. Kitakyushu Forum on Sustainability (KIS), Japan
  518. KIVULINI WOMEN’S RIGHTS
  519. Kudirat Initiative for Democracy KIND, Nigeria
  520. KULU-Women and Development (KULU), Denmark
  521. Kvenréttindafélag Íslands (KRFÍ), Iceland
  522. l droesen independent consultant
  523. Brique
  524. Strada International, the Netherlands
  525. laawoldiam la voie de paix
  526. Labor Education and Research Network INC. (LEARN), Philippines
  527. Labris – organizacija za lezbejska ljudska prava, Srbija
  528. LambdaIstanbul LGBTI Solidarity Association, Turkey
  529. Associates, Inc. Liberia
  530. Latin American and Caribbean Women’s Health Network (LACWHN)
  531. Latindadd ,LA
  532. Laura Brown, Canada
  533. Laura Pallares
  534. LEARN, Philippines
  535. Italia
  536. LGGA, Liberia
  537. Liberadonna
  538. Liberty Lane Inc., Canada
  539. ligue pour la solidarité congolaise , LSC , republique Démocratique du Congo
  540. Likhaan Center for Women’s Health (LIKHAAN), Philippines
  541. Linda Bach
  542. Lord Avebury, UK
  543. Loretto Community, USA
  544. Love and Care for People ( LCP)
  545. Lunas Solas, Inc.
  546. MADRE, United States
  547. Make Mother Matter (MMM)- France
  548. Malawi Human Rights Resource Centre, MALAWI
  549. Mamas Club Uganda
  550. Manggagawang Kababaihang Mithi ay Paglaya (MAKALAYA), Philippines
  551. Manjul Mahila Kalyan Samiti (India)
  552. MAPI jerez Cabrera
  553. Marga Janse
  554. Maria , espala
  555. Maria Ebun Foundation, MAREF, Nigeria
  556. Maria Hernández Rodriguez, España
  557. Maria Pia Mannino
  558. Maryknoll for Global Concerns
  559. Mauritius Council of Social Service
  560. Mavigöl kadin dernegi Türkiye
  561. medica mondiale Liberia (mmL) Liberia
  562. Medical Women’s International Association (MWIA) N. America,
  563. Europe, Asia Pacific, South America, Latin America and Africa
  564. Médicos del Mundo Spain
  565. Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (MIGS), Cyprus
  566. MenEngage Africa (MEA), Africa
  567. MenEngage Alliance, international
  568. Mersin LGBT 7 Renk/TÜRKİYE
  569. mesekrem Lemma
  570. MEXFAM, Mexico
  571. MHRRC, MALAWI
  572. Midnight Blue, Hong Kong
  573. Miguel Lorente. University of Granada. Spain
  574. MIRA, México
  575. MLAM, USA
  576. , Peru
  577. MOA, Liberia
  578. CATI (Purple Roof) WOMEN’S SHELTER FOUNDATİON/İSTANBUL
  579. Salkim Women Solidarity Association, Turkey
  580. Movimiento Nacional de Mujeres de Sectores Populares y Colectivo Político Luna Creciente
  581. Movimiento Paulina Luisi, Melo, Uruguay
  582. MPDAT
  583. MTPYC, Philippines
  584. Mujer Ahora, Uruguay
  585. Mujer, Ideas, Desarrollo e Investigación, MIDI
  586. MUJERES DE LA COORDINADORA SOCIALISTA COLOMBIA
  587. MUJERES DEL FRENTE AMPLIO POR LA PAZ COLOMBIA
  588. Mujeres Indigenas por CIARENA AC
  589. mUJERES PARA EL dIALOGO,,AC MEXICO
  590. Mujeres Vecinales Madrid-España
  591. Women’s Roof, Turkey
  592. MUSONET/MALI
  593. MYSU Mujer y Salud en Uruguay
  594. MZC- Mujeres en Zona de Conflicto; SPAIN
  595. NADIA BARRETO
  596. Naretu Girls and Women Empowerment Programme (NGAWEP), KENYA.
  597. Naripokkho Bangladesh
  598. National Alliance of Women (NAWO India)
  599. National Alliance of Women’s Organisations (NAWO), UK
  600. National Association of Women Organisations in Uganda (NAWOU) Uganda
  601. National Council of Women of Canada
  602. National Council of Women YSA
  603. National Indigenous Women’s Federation Nepal
  604. National Women’s Rights Forum (NWRF), Nepal
  605. NAWO Young Women’s Alliance, UK
  606. Nazra for Feminist Studies, Egypt
  607. Nederlandstalige Vrouwenraad, Belgium
  608. Netherlands Council of Women, The Netherlands
  609. Network of East-West Women, Poland
  610. Network of NGOs of Trinidad and Tobago for the Advancement of Women
  611. Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC), Canada
  612. Day Ministries, Inc. USA
  613. Newland Women Safety Group
  614. “Social technologies Agency”, Kyrgyzstan
  615. “UNITY” , country: BULGARIA ,city:HARMANLI
  616. Committee on the Status of Women LAC (CoNGO CSW LAC)
  617. Agartuu Kyrgyzstan
  618. RESCUE AND HOPE, BENIN
  619. NGOCC, Zambia
  620. Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions, Norway
  621. NRWC/PKKK, Philippines
  622. NVR, Netherlands Council of Women, Netherland
  623. Observatorio de Género y Equidad, Chile
  624. Observatorio de Igualdad de Género de la URJC/ Gender Equality Observatory URJC, Spain
  625. OdP, Italy
  626. OEUVRE CHRETIENNE POUR LA FEMME “OCF”/GEDROFE/SUD-KIVU
  627. Ogiek Peoples’ Development Program (OPDP)
  628. Oikos – Cooperação e Desenvolvimento, Portugal
  629. Billion Rising-Kenya
  630. Carbone Guinée( CG) Guinée
  631. GENERATION FEMMES DU TROISIEME MILLENAIRE GFM3, COTE D’IVOIRE
  632. Organisation des Femmes Autochtones pour la Lutte contre la Violence au Rwsnda
  633. organisation du corridor Abidjan lagos Benin
  634. Organización de Mujeres Tierra Viva, Guatemala
  635. Organización de Mujeres Tierra Viva, Guatemala
  636. Organizacion Indigena Wangki Tangni Mairin Asla Takanka Ta Upla Wangki Tangni. Nicaragua
  637. Osez le feminisme! 38 – France
  638. OSODI from D R congo
  639. OSPE CÔTE D’IVOIRE
  640. Osservatorio Italiano sulla Salute Globale, Italy
  641. Ottawa Women’s Lobby, Ottawa, Canada
  642. nl
  643. Oxfam Novib
  644. Oxfam Novib, the Netherlands
  645. Oxfam, Canada
  646. SHAZET, Kyrgyzstan
  647. Pacific Feminist Coalition on SRHR
  648. Pacific Feminist Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Coalition
  649. Pacific Partnerships on Gender, Climate Change and Sustainable Development (PPGCCSD), Regional/Pacific
  650. PAI, USA
  651. Women Pakistan
  652. Palestinian Working Woman Society for Development(PWWSD) Palestine
  653. Pacific and Southeast Asia Women’s Association
  654. PANGEA /Augusta Angelucci Italy
  655. PAPWC, Southern Africa
  656. PAPWC, Zimbabwe
  657. Parsec Associazione – Italy
  658. Partnership for Change, Norway
  659. PATHS, Canada
  660. Peggy Antrobus, Caribbean Dawn, Barbados
  661. PEMBE HAYAT LGBTT DAYANIŞMA DERNEĞİ, TÜRKİT
  662. People with Disability Australia
  663. Locatelli, MP, Socialist International Women
  664. pina,forlì
  665. Pincher Creek Women’s Emergency Shelter, Canada
  666. Pinky Collie, USA
  667. Plan International, Global
  668. Plan Nederland, The Netherlands
  669. Plan Philippines
  670. Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA), United States of America
  671. Planning Alternatives for Change, LLC
  672. Plataforma 51, Guatemala
  673. Plataforma 8 de Marzo de Organizaciones de Mujeres de Tenerife, España.
  674. Plataforma de Jovenes contra la Violencia de Genero, Spain
  675. Plataforma Nacional por los Derechos de las Mujeres
  676. Plataforma por los derechos de las mujeres – Ecuador
  677. Plataforma Portuguesa das ONGD, Portugal
  678. Plataformadeaccion Feminista Canaria. Canary Islands. Spain
  679. PlaZ Candidatura Feminista a las municipales de Donostia
  680. PLAZANDREOK (EUSKAL HERRIA)
  681. Podemos, Spain
  682. Pondicherry University
  683. Population Matters, United Kingdom
  684. Portugal
  685. POSITIVE CHANGE FOR CAMBODIA in CAMBODIA
  686. POSITIVE WOMEN’S NETWORK (PWN) SOUTH AFRICA
  687. Power and Gender – Association of journalist
  688. PpDM, Portugal
  689. PPSEAWA hawaii
  690. PRBB Foundation, USA
  691. Programa de becas PIANLAN El Salvador
  692. Programme on Women’s Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (PWESCR), India
  693. Progressive Women Silicon Valley
  694. PROMUJER, Q.ROO.A.C.
  695. PRRM Philippines
  696. PRSP Pakistan
  697. Public Services International
  698. Punti di Vista (PdV), Italy
  699. punto D f.f President stefania Galimberti
  700. Quality of Citizenship Jamaica, Jamaica
  701. RABèJ/SD, BENIN
  702. RADOL, Bangladesh
  703. Rafaela Garcia
  704. Rainbow Action South Korea, South Korea
  705. RCWG, KENYA
  706. Reacción Climática – Bollivia
  707. Reconstruction Women’s Fund, Serbia
  708. Argentina de Mujeres viviendo con VIH
  709. Educación Popular entre Mujeres de Latinoamérica y el Caribe (REPEM), LAC
  710. Mujeres Afrocaribe- REMA
  711. Mujeres Afrolatinoamericanas, Afrocaribeñas y de la Diáspora, Nicaragua
  712. mujeres del Caribe Colombiano
  713. MUJERES DEL CARIBE, RMC, COLOMBIA
  714. mujeres indigenas por La Paz
  715. Mujeres Latinoamericanas y del Caribe en España
  716. Mundial de Mujeres por los Derechos Reproductivos (RMMDR)
  717. Nacional Género y Economía (México)
  718. por los derechos sexuales y reproductivos en Mèxico (ddeser)
  719. Salvadoreña de Defensoras de Derechos Humanos
  720. Salvadoreña de defensoras de derechos humanos
  721. Thread, Guyana
  722. Uruguaya Contra la Violencia Doméstica y Sexual
  723. Rede de Jovens para a Igualdade, Portugal
  724. REFACOF, Cameroon
  725. REFMA-TOGO
  726. Regards de femmes France
  727. Regional Centre for Minorities, Serbia
  728. Regional Learning Community for Gender Justice, East & Southeast Asia
  729. Regions Refocus 2015
  730. RENATA, Cameroon
  731. REPEM LAC – Red de Educación Popular Entre Mujeres de Latinoamérica y Caribe
  732. REPEM LAC Colombia
  733. REPEM, Chile
  734. REPEM, Venezuela
  735. Reproductive Health Matters (RHM), UK
  736. Republika Libre, Republica Dominicana
  737. RESEAU DES ASSOCIATIONS ET GROUPEMENTS DES FEMMES HANDICAPEES DU TCHAD(RAGFHT) PAYS TCHAD
  738. Réseau des Organisations Féminines d’Afrique Francophone (ROFAF)
  739. Reseau Espace de Citoyenneté REC Morocco
  740. Réseau Francophone pour l’Egalité Femme-Homme (RF-EFH), Sénégal
  741. Réseau Genre et Droits de la Femme “GEDROFE”/ROFAF/GSPA2015 /REPUBLIQUE DEMOCRATIQUE DU CONGO
  742. RESEAU MUSONET MALI
  743. RESURJ International Feminist Alliance
  744. Retouch Africa international RAI, Kenya
  745. Réveil de la Femme
  746. RFSU, Sweden
  747. rgs/uk
  748. RIFA / Senegal
  749. RIF-AMARC-TOGO
  750. Romanian Women’s Lobby (ROWL), Romania
  751. Rotaract club of Kathmandu Mid-Town, Nepal
  752. Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS), United Kingdom
  753. Rozan (Pakistan)
  754. RUCVDS, Uruguay
  755. Rural Women’s Network Nepal (RUWON Nepal), Nepal
  756. Rutgers WPF Pakistan
  757. RWCRC, Inc. Mindanao Philippines
  758. RWPF Indonesia
  759. Salamander Trust, UK
  760. Salamata ly senegal
  761. Salud Integral para la Mujer, SIPAM, A.C., México.
  762. Salud y Género Querétaro A.Como.
  763. Salud y Género Querétaro A.Como.
  764. Samburu Girls Foundation, Kenya
  765. sandglass,serbie
  766. SANTE SCOLAIRE “SASCO”/GEDROFE/GSPA/RDC
  767. SASA Foundation -Tanzania
  768. SCA, USA
  769. School of Theory and Activism – Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
  770. Non Ora Quando
  771. SEHER
  772. Senonoraquando Libere Rome Italyy
  773. Sensoa, Belgium
  774. SENTRO Women’s Council, Philippines
  775. Serenella Molendini
  776. Seres. Portugal
  777. SERR – United States
  778. Sexuality Policy Watch, Brazil
  779. Shaheen Women Resource &Welfare Association
  780. SHEBA USA
  781. Shenzhen Xiyan Communication Centre, China
  782. Shirkat Gah, Pakistan
  783. Shirley Ann Sullivan Educational Foundation
  784. Jeunesse Savait (SJS), DRCongo
  785. Turkey
  786. Simavi, Netherlands
  787. SIMEGEN
  788. Sindh Development
  789. Sindh Development Studies Centre (SDSC), University of Sindh, Jamshoro, Sindh Pakistan
  790. Sisters in Islam, Malaysia
  791. Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur
  792. Sistrren Theatre Collective/Groots Jamaica
  793. SISWP, Australia et al
  794. SNOQ GENOVA
  795. Social Justice Co-op NL, Canada
  796. Socialist international women SIW
  797. Socialist Women’s Movement (SWM), Cyprus
  798. Sociedad Unida por los Derechos Humanos AC (México)
  799. Society for Empowering Human Resource [SEHER]
  800. Society for International Development (SID)
  801. SOCIETY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, KENYA
  802. Solidarité Chine (CS) France
  803. Solidarité des Femmes Burundaises pour la Lutte contre le Sida et le Palidisme au Burundi
  804. Somali Women Diaspora Netwerk (SWDN)
  805. Songiso & Maala Foundation – Malawi
  806. Sonke Gender Justice, South Africa
  807. Soropimist International Australia
  808. Soroptimist Club of Port- Louis, Mauritius
  809. Soroptimist International
  810. Soroptimist international of Europe
  811. telefon za zene i decu zrtve nasilja, Beograd
  812. žene i decu žrtve nasilja Vlasotince
  813. Spatium Libertas México
  814. SPD, Germany
  815. SPoD LGBTI, Turkey
  816. Sree Saraswathi Thyagaraja College (STC), India
  817. Public Sector Reform Pty Ltd, Australia
  818. SRIA Rwanda Ltd
  819. Standing Together Against domestic violence England
  820. Stati generali della Donne Veneto – Italia
  821. STOPAIDS, UK
  822. Strey Khmer Organization, Pech Polet, Cambodia
  823. Sudan- UNHCR
  824. SUDS -Solidaritat i Cooperació-
  825. Support for Women in Agriculture and Environment (SWAGEN) – Uganda
  826. – Pakistan
  827. Synergie Féminine au Tchad
  828. T Mugadza, Zimbabwe
  829. Taia Development Programme (TDP)-Sierra Leone
  830. Taller Prodesal, Colombia
  831. TAMAIA viure sense violència, sccl. Spain
  832. TAMWA, Tanzania
  833. Tarbilang Foundation (TFI), Tawi-Tawi, Philippines
  834. Tasleem Ayaz (TA) Pakistan
  835. TCRCH México
  836. Tertulia Feminista Les Comadres. Spain
  837. Tewa, Nepall
  838. TFAI Spain
  839. TGNP Mtandao. Tanzania
  840. Association of Muş Woman (MUKADDER) /TURKEY
  841. Association of women Sandglass, Serbia
  842. Better Life Fund, United Kingdom
  843. Equality and Anti-discrimination Ombud of Norway
  844. Foundation for Women’s Solidarity, Turkey
  845. Gender Agency, Australia
  846. Gender Development & Peace Foundation, Lahore, Pakistan
  847. Girls’ Education Project, CARICOM
  848. Grail, Intl/US
  849. GREAT Initiative, United Kingdom
  850. ‘MATCH International Women’s Fund, Canada
  851. Norwegian Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender organisation (LLH), Norway
  852. society for Promotion of Human Values
  853. Swedish Federation for LGBTQ Rights (RFSL)
  854. Well Project, USA
  855. Women of the South Association, Serbia
  856. Theatre for a Change, UK, Ghana, Malawi
  857. Trailblazers Mentoring Foundation( TMF), Uganda
  858. Tri-Chandra Multiple Campus, Nepal
  859. Tsitsi Valerie Machingauta, Zimbabwe
  860. Turkish Medical Association/ Women Health and Women Physicians
  861. Turkish university women assosiation, Turkey
  862. Turkısh Women Assocıatıon Turkiye
  863. Turkiye.Mavigöl kadin dernegi
  864. TUSSNA, ALGERIE
  865. U.N.A.F . España
  866. U.S. National Committee for UN Women, U.S.A.
  867. Belgium
  868. UAB
  869. UBUNTU SARL, SENEGAL
  870. Ugarte-quiroz de Herrmannn
  871. UKPAC, UK
  872. Women
  873. Women, Santo Domingo
  874. Women, Turkey
  875. Unifor, Canada
  876. Union de l’Action Féministe (UAF) Morocco
  877. Unión Democrática de Mujeres -UDEMU-
  878. UNIÓN SINDICAL OBRERA DE MADRID (USO-MADRID), ESPAÑA
  879. Unión Sindical Obrera.Confederación . Secretaria de acción sindical e igualdad. Sara Garcia de las Heras
  880. Unione Donne in Italia (UDI), Italy
  881. UNIONE DONNE IN ITALIA,ITALIA
  882. United Action for Democracy (UAD), Nigeria
  883. UNITED Domestic Workers of the Philippines(UNITED), Philippines
  884. Universidad de Barcelona España
  885. University For Peace, Costa Rica
  886. University of the Philippines Diliman Gender Office (UPDGO,) Philippines
  887. University Women of Europe
  888. Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human Rights, USA
  889. Uruguay
  890. Canada
  891. Women’s Association
  892. WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION (VAKAD)
  893. Vanuatu Women’s Centre, Vanuatu
  894. Veronica Muoio, UNDP, USA
  895. Victim Family Network, Bangladesh
  896. Victoria Bugallo, Uruguay
  897. Virginia Nelder, woman human rights defender, Canada
  898. Vision for Learning and Peace
  899. Vision Spring Initiatives – VSI, Nigeria
  900. Visions solidaires
  901. Vrouwenbelangen, The Netherlands
  902. International
  903. Wales Assembly of Women
  904. wanake chipukisi support group-Kenya
  905. WARBE Development Foundation, Bangladesh
  906. WFT, Tanzania
  907. WFUWO, World Fed Ukrainian Wom Orgs
  908. WFWPI USA
  909. WGG, USA
  910. WiLDAF WEST AFRICA
  911. WiLDAF/FeDDAF – WASRO/BSRAO, Togo
  912. WILPF Norway
  913. WILPF-España
  914. WiPSU, Zimbabwe
  915. WISH Associates, South Africa
  916. WLB, Philippines
  917. WLSAMOÇAMBIQUE MOZAMBIQUE
  918. WO=MEN Dutch Gender Platform
  919. Woman to be, ITALY
  920. Women Against AIDS (WAGA) -Malawi
  921. Women and Media Collective (WMC), Sri Lanka
  922. Women Deliver, USA
  923. Women Development Association of Liberia
  924. Women Empowerment Initiative, Cameroon
  925. Women Empowerment Nepal, Nepal
  926. Women Environmental Programme (WEP) Nigeria
  927. Women for Fair Development (WOFAD) – Malawi
  928. WOMEN FOR WOMEN (WOW) -KENYA
  929. women for women/ afghanistan
  930. Women for Women’s Human Rights-New Ways (WWHR), Turkey
  931. Women Fund Tanzania (WFT), Tanzania
  932. Women Human Rights Defenders International Coalition(WHRDIC)
  933. Women in Europe for a Common Future/Women International for a Common Future (WECF/WICF)
  934. WOMEN INITIATIVE FOR PEACE & GOOD GOVERNANCE (WIPGG) NIGERIA
  935. women orientation( wo) Cameroon
  936. Women Peace Network-Arakan
  937. Women United Together Marshall Islands (WUTMI), Republic of the Marshall Islands
  938. Women With Disabilities Australia (WWDA)
  939. Women Won’t Wait Campaign (WWW), International
  940. Women’s Action Netwrok (WAN), Sri Lanka
  941. WOMEN’s COALITION – TURKEY
  942. Women’s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO), USA
  943. Women’s Farming Syndicate, Zimbabwe
  944. Women’s Feature Service (WFS) Philippines
  945. Women’s Global Network for Reproductive Rights (WGNRR)
  946. Women’s Hope for Change, Malawie
  947. Women’s Institute for Sustainable Economic Action (WISEACT), Philippines
  948. Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), Australia
  949. Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), International
  950. Women’s Legal and Human Rights Bureau (WLB), Philippines
  951. Women’s Legal Education, Advocacy and Defense (WOMENLEAD) Philippines
  952. Women’s NGOs Cooperation Network Latvia
  953. Women’s Promotion Centre (WPC)
  954. Women’s Resource and Outreach Centre, Jamaica
  955. Women’s Rights and Health Project (WRAHP), Nigeria.
  956. Women’s Solidarity Foundation, Turkey
  957. Women’s Studies and Research, Serbia
  958. Women’s Studies Association (KCD), Ankara Turkey
  959. Working Group Eight (WG8), Nigeria.
  960. World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH)
  961. World YWCA, Switzerland
  962. WIDOWS FOR PEACE UK
  963. WPP, The Netherlands
  964. WSAP PH
  965. WSI
  966. WUNRN-Women’s UN Report Network-US
  967. Xarxa Feminista
  968. yaka koop
  969. YFO, Mindanao Philippines
  970. YouAct, European Youth Network on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
  971. Young United Nations Network, Germany
  972. Young Women’s Leadership Institute (YWLI)
  973. Youth Coalition for Sexual and Reproductive Rights (YCSRR)
  974. YWCA Banff Canada
  975. ZARD, ZAMBIA
  976. Zonta International (ZI)
  977. “Страна права” Кыргызская республика

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