Women, Law and Development International (WLDI)
1979, as a programme of U-XG9425 - OEF International. Became independent in 1993. Has been known as Institute for Women, Law and Development, Washington DC.
Through collaborative research and capacity building with women's groups in Asia, Africa, Latin America, East and Central Europe and the Middle East: advance a deeper understanding and universal respect for women's human rights; encourage use of law as a tool for women's empowerment; facilitate international strategies in defence of women's rights; sharpen legal and political skills of women's rights advocates; promote United Nations and governmental policies favourable to women's rights; expand and strengthen the global women's rights network, making it a powerful force for change.
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Board of Directors, including Chairperson, Executive Director and Vice-Chairs (4) for Asia, Africa, Caribbean and East Europe. Based in Washington DC (USA).
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