*  Sixty Rayburn
... which animal rights groups oppose. In such contests, dogs are used to hunt wild hogs. Rayburn noted that it was Earl Long who ... including the collapse of legal segregation as well as the rise of women and Republicans to positions of authority. A raconteur ...
*  Timeline of military operations in the 2006 Lebanon War
One woman died and three people were wounded, IDF officials stated. Calls for a ceasefire demanded that Israel stops its ... and it is the right of every Lebanese to fight until liberation." Israeli Defense Minister Peretz announced that he had ... "Woman killed in Hizbullah attack in Nahariya". Jerusalem Post. July 13, 2006. Archived from the original on July 8, 2012. Fisk ...
*  Women's rights
Employment rights for women include non-discriminatory access of women to jobs and equal pay. The rights of women and men to ... Reproductive rights are understood as rights of both men and women, but are most frequently advanced as women's rights. In the ... Women's rights are the rights and entitlements claimed for women and girls worldwide, and formed the basis for the women's ... This declaration recognizes women's rights as being protected human rights. Paragraph 18 reads: "The human rights of women and ...
*  Women's Rights Recovery Association
... viewed female freedom as something that women must accomplish on their own, since no one would give them their rights. ... the Women's Rights Recovery Association identified the cause of women's oppression as the economic systems of feudalism and ... The Women's Rights Recovery Association (Chinese: 女子妇权会; pinyin: Nüzi fuquan hui) was a Tokyo-based political movement founded ... While little is known about the exact workings of the Women's Rights Recovery Association, it is probable that the group was ...
*  Women's rights in Tonga
Issues of Women's rights in Tonga include factors of women's land right, violence against women, political participation in ... In regards to women's rights and ratification of CEDAW (The Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women) the ... Human rights in Tonga Women in Tonga "Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women". United ... This is apparent in the overwhelming vote-in of male candidates over female candidates even though women have had voting rights ...
*  Women's Rights Law Reporter
The journal is the first legal periodical in the United States to focus exclusively on the field of women's rights law. Women's ... The Women's Rights Law Reporter is a journal of legal scholarship published by an independent student group at Rutgers School ... The journal provides a forum for exploring law and public policy relating to women's rights and gender. The journal is ...
*  Kurdish Women's Rights Watch
It also works to improve the health and education of Kurdish women, in cooperation with women's groups and human rights ... Kurdish Women's Rights Watch (KWRW) was set up in June 2004 as a non-profit-making, non- political network of activists, ... Based in the United Kingdom, KWRW grew out of Kurdish Women's Action Against Honour Killings (KWAHK), an association that was ... It campaigns to promote awareness of the condition of Kurdish women, with particular attention to domestic violence and honour ...
*  Icelandic Women's Rights Association
... she founded the Women's Rights Association, stating that the one most important thing was "political rights, women's suffrage ... The Icelandic Women's Association had been established in 1895, but it was concerned only with rights for women in education ... The principal aim was to ensure that women received full political equality with men, the right to vote and the same right to ... supporting women's rights to jobs and in public life. Taylor, Marion Ann; Choi, Agnes (2012). Handbook of Women Biblical ...
*  National Women's Rights Convention
... the Rights of Women Women's right to know Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality Subjection of women League of Women ... Women's Rights. More Women's Rights Conventions, 1850-1863 Gutenberg Project. History of Woman Suffrage, Volume I, 1881, by ... Woman's Voice, Woman's Place: Lucy Stone and the Birth of the Women's Rights Movement. Praeger, 2003. ISBN 0-275-97877-X [2] ... Women's Rights. More Women's Rights Conventions. Retrieved on April 1, 2009. Stanton et al, 1881, p. 228. Spender, 1983, p. 377 ...
*  Women's rights in Bahrain
Supreme Council for Women Bahrain Human Rights Society Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society Bahrain Women's Union Women's ... Women's rights have been a cornerstone of the political reforms initiated by King Hamad, with women gaining the right to vote ... Women in Arab societies Women in Islam Supreme Council for Women Bahrain Politics of Bahrain Women's suffrage Feminism Civil ... not least from women themselves, with 60% of Bahraini women in 2001 opposing extending the vote to women. Although many women ...
*  Fiji Women's Rights Movement
Fiji portal "Fiji Women's Rights Movement". Pacific Women pacificwomen.org. Retrieved 26 June 2016. "Fiji Women's Rights ... "Transformative Women's Leadership: An Interview with The Fiji Women's Rights Movement". Global Fund for Women ... The Fiji Women's Rights Movement was founded by 56 women in 1986, including those who had set up the first support organisation ... The Fiji Women's Rights Movement is noted for its work on promoting the political participation of women, including through ...
*  Women's rights in Cuba
... of all women over age 14. There is also a Women's Training Center and a Women's Publishing House at the national level. The ... In Cuba, women have equal constitutional rights as men in the economic, political, cultural and social fields, as well as in ... Cuba portal Human rights in Cuba Demographics of Cuba Constitution of Cuba Jineterismo Federation of Cuban Women "The Global ... In 1933, during the 100-day government of Ramón Grau, Cuban women received the vote. In 1934 the percentages of Cuban women ...
*  Women's rights in Colombia
... parental and religious rights. Women's rights in Colombia have been gradually developing since the early 20th Century. Women in ... The law generated controversy, as did any issue related to women's rights at the time. Before 1933 women in Colombia were only ... in Spanish) University of Vigo; political rights and citizenship of Colombian women (in Spanish) Colombialink.com: First woman ... Women's right to suffrage was granted by Colombian dictator Gustavo Rojas Pinilla in 1954, but had its origins in the 1930s ...
*  Women's rights in Haiti
"Rewinding History: The Rights of Haitian Women" 2005 Report of the Let Haiti Live Women's Rights Delegation sponsored by the ... 1995 Challenging Violence: Haitian Women Unite Women's Rights and Human Rights, Anne Fuller, Association of Concerned African ... Reports from women's rights groups in Haiti revealed that women were targeted for abuse in ways and for reasons that men were ... Yours respectfully," Report of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) on "The Right of Women in Haiti to be Free ...
*  Women's rights in Myanmar
... women and health, violence against women, women and economy the girl child, women and culture, women and environment and women ... They serve as Burmese government's main channels towards women's rights. The Myanmar National Committee for Women's Affairs was ... UN Women. Retrieved 21 February 2017. "Myanmar". UN Women Asia and the Pacific. UN Women. Retrieved 21 February 2017. Spain ... expressed concern with about women's rights in Myanmar because Myanmar's active participation in advocating for women's rights ...
*  Women's rights in Nepal
Despite efforts of various human rights and women's rights NGOs, together with international aid agencies, to lobby for the ... Violence against women is still common, and there are not enough women in professions. Women's representation has been ensured ... of female professionals. This is in stark contrast to female participation in the subsistence agricultural sector, with female ... Almost 70% of females who have reached puberty suffer from these common illnesses. Also, many women often delay seeking medical ...
*  Women's rights in Brazil
The human rights movement has had a significant impact on the women's rights movement since the 1970s, when the human rights ... Despite the influence of the human rights movement upon women's movements in Brazil, women's rights were not internationally ... "men and women have equal rights and duties under the terms of this Constitution." The National Council on Women's Rights, ... The Struggle for Women's Rights in Brazil, 1850-1940. Durham: Duke University Press, 1990. Hahner, June Edith. "Women's Rights ...
*  Norwegian Association for Women's Rights
The Norwegian Association for Women's Rights has been affiliated with the International Alliance of Women (IAW) since 1904 and ... Its basic principle is that full and equal enjoyment of human rights is due to all women and girls, and it works to advance ... Among the important causes that the NKF has campaigned for are women's suffrage (achieved in 1913), the right to work (in the ... The organisation was founded in 1884 by 171 prominent Norwegians, led by the liberal politician and women's rights pioneer Gina ...
*  Women's rights in North Korea
... have varied throughout history. In recent history, major events of the 20th century, such as the ... According to Human Rights Watch, women traders in the informal sector are vulnerable to sexual violence and exploitation, and " ... Before 1945, in North Korea, women had very few rights. They were expected to give birth to, and rear, male heirs, to assure ... A woman named Kim Hye-sook told the U.N. Commission that "the women who worked in the mines of Political Prison Camp No. 18 ...
*  Ministry of Women's Rights (France)
The Ministry of Women's Rights is a Ministry of the Government of France. As of 2017[update] Marlène Schiappa is the Minister ... Françoise Giroud was the Minister for Women's Affairs in the first prime ministership of Jacques Chirac. Dupont, Gaëlle. " ...
*  Women's rights in the Philippines
It was also one of the first women's rights movements, and endeavored to attain the right for women to vote and run for office ... Filipina Women's Network, Philippines: Women Human Rights Defenders Break the Silence on Unsafe Abortion (February 16, 2016). ... women's empowerment and that the dignity of health be classified as a human rights concern and social responsibility. Women in ... increased numbers of women political representatives, increased numbers of educated women, greater specificity on women's ...
*  Susan Still (women's rights activist)
Susan Still (born 1964 in New York) is an American women's rights activist and keynote speaker on domestic violence. After ... On May 7, 2007 Susan Still appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show to bring awareness to domestic violence against women. The show ... Tan, Sandra (May 29, 2007). Susan Still elicits more cries for help, Battered women react to story on 'Oprah'. The Buffalo News ... Still has gained recognition among groups that campaign against violence against women, served as keynote speaker in Houston ...
*  Mary Taylor (women's rights advocate)
Mary Taylor (1817-1893) an early advocate for women's rights, was born in Gomersal, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England. ... women's suffrage and property rights. She worked on her only novel, Miss Miles, or, A Tale of Yorkshire Life Sixty Years Ago, ... advocate of women's rights", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, retrieved 11 July 2016 ( ... She made annual visits to Switzerland where, aged almost 60 in 1875, she led a party of five women on an expedition to climb ...
*  Women's Rights National Historical Park
Women's Rights National Historic Park The M'Clintock House: A Home to the Women's Rights Movement, a National Park Service ... the first women's rights convention. The Elizabeth Cady Stanton House, and the homes of other early women's rights activists ( ... M'Clintock House in Waterloo The Women's Rights National Historic Park itself Timeline of women's suffrage Timeline of women's ... Women's Rights National Historical Park was established in 1980, and covers a total of 6.83 acres (27,600 m2) of land in Seneca ...
*  Greek League for Women's Rights
"Greek League for Women's Rights". EIGE. Retrieved 23 May 2017. Bacchetta, Paola; Power, Margaret (2002). Right-wing Women: From ... The Greek League for Women's Rights (Greek: Σύνδεσμος για τα Δικαιώματα της Γυναίκας) is a Greek feminist organization which ... It was only in 1920 that Avra Theodoropoulou founded the Greek League for Women's Rights, specifically demanding progress on ... Kalliroi Parren (1861-1940) founded the Union for the Emancipation of Women in 1894 and the Union of Greek Women in 1896, ...
*  Socialist Sunday School
The female members of Branch 14 were instrumental in the financial support of the school, which over the next two years ... Do not be revengeful but stand up for your right and resist oppression. Do not be cowardly. Be a friend to the weak and love ... Look forward to the day when all men and women will be free citizens of one fatherland and live together as brothers and ... See: Christiane Harzig, "The Role of German Women in the German-American Working-Class Movement in Late Nineteenth-Century New ...
*  Gruber Prize for Women's Rights
Women for Women's Human Rights - New Ways (WWHR) and the Coalition for Sexual and Bodily Rights in Muslim Societies (CSBR) 2008 ... The Gruber Prize for Women's Rights, established in 2003, was one of five international prizes worth US$500,000 awarded by The ... The Peter and Patricia Gruber Foundation Women's Rights Prize was presented to an individual or group that has made significant ... In 2011, the Prize for Women's Rights was discontinued. 2003 Navanethem Pillay: South African judge, previously a judge of the ...