Third World Movement Against the Exploitation of Women (TW MAE W)
Mouvement du Tiers-monde contre l'exploitation des femmes
Movimiento del Tercer Mundo contra la Explotación de la Mujer
1980-12-10 Manila Philippines
10 Dec 1980, Manila (Philippines), as result of protests against organized sex tours from Japan.
Respond in a concerted and sustained way to general and particular cases of exploitation of women; conduct action-oriented research; bring to light women's issues; initiate or support international protests and mobilize affiliated and interested groups to act together; carry out educational campaigns; provide services for women in distressed situations; collaborate and seek assistance from domestic and international organizations; build international solidarity among women.
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