Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)
Association pour les droits de la femme et le développement
Asociación para los Derechos de la Mujer y el Desarrollo
1982 Racine WI USA
Founded 1982, Racine WI (USA), at a Conference. Original title: Association for Women in Development – Association pour les femmes et le développement – Asociación para la Mujer y el Desarrollo. Office in Washington DC (USA) with permanent staff opened in 1995. Secretariat moved to Toronto (Canada), 2000. Took over activities of: U-XF7042 - Women Human Rights Net (WHRnet). Evolved into a virtual office.
Act as an international, feminist, creative and multi-generational membership organization for women's rights and gender justice; strengthen the voice, impact and influence of women's rights advocates, organizations and movements internationally to effectively advance rights and justice.
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