Issue Area: Publishing

Women`s Development Collective WDC

WDC, founded on Jan. 1, 1987, is a group of women seeking friendship and solidarity with women everywhere. WDC is committed to the development of the women’s perspective and action for change, and seeks to act with both women and men to promote the full participation of women in Malaysian …

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Women`s Education and Training Institute

Objectives: * To mould the character and personality of women workers of the free trade zone to make them aware of their rights and fight for equality.The Women’s Education and Training Institute originally commenced its activities as a centre for the dissemination of information of the rights of women in …

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Women`s League of Initiatives

Mission:The league publicizes information about women’s issues and rights in the local press and on thirty local radio programs. It works to find employment and training opportunities for poor and disabled women and teenage girls, and helps women to develop professional skills. With support from Counterpart and in conjunction with …

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WOMEN`s Legal Education, Advocacy & Defense WOMENLEAD

Womenlead is a feminist legal resource institution for women committed to advancing women’s human rights through feminist methodologies in the critique and analysis of law and the legal system.Womenlead was founded on June 12, 2000 by nine feminist advocates with backgrounds in the fields of law and the social sciences. …

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Women, Ink.

Mission:Women, Ink. is a project of the International WomenÂ’s Tribune Centre to market and distribute resources on women and development with a focus on the perspectives of women from the developing nations or in the language of the United Nations, the global south.We started in 1992 with a small collection …

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Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group

WILG is the national non-profit membership organization dedicated to representing the interests of millions of workers and their families who, each year, suffer the consequences of workplace injuries and illnesses. The group acts principally to assist attorneys in advocating the rights of injured workers through education, communication, research, and information …

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World Aquaculture Society WAS Japan

Membership in WAS connects aquaculturists with their colleagues world-wide through meetings, publications and the online Membership Directory. Members receive: substantial discounts on registration fees for WAS-sponsored meetings; WORLD AQUACULTURE, the magazine; the JOURNAL OF THE WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY, and reduced prices on WAS publications (books and proceedings).Membership in WAS would …

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World Aquaculture Society WAS United Society Chapter

Anyone with an interest in aquaculture issues, opportunities, programs and events in the United States will benefit from joining the United States Aquaculture Society (USAS), a chapter of the World Aquaculture Society (WAS). The World Aquaculture Society is a worldwide professional organization dedicated to the exchange of information and the …

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World Association of Newspapers WAN

WANFounded in 1948, the World Association of Newspapers groups 76 national newspaper associations, individual newspaper executives in 100 nations, 10 news agencies, and 10 regional press organisations. It is a non-profit, non-government organisation.objectives- Defending and promoting press freedom and the economic independence of newspapers as an essential condition for that …

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World Care Council

A new initiative to raise the standards of care for people with Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, and Malaria is now coming to life.For and by people threatened by these pandemics, the World Care Council is a new NGO that is mobilizing to turn approved recommendations for the standards of care into accountable, …

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