Isis Women's International Cross Cultural Exchange (ISIS-WICCE)
1974 Geneva Switzerland
1974, Geneva (Switzerland), when operated as a Women's International Information and Communication Service (ISIS) -- Service féminin international d'information et de communication -- Servicio Femenino Internacional de Información y de Comunicación. Reconstituted under present title, Jan 1984, when ISIS was transformed into 3 organizations, the sister organizations being F-XF5310 - Isis International - Manila and F-XF7029 - Isis Internacional, Santiago de Chile. ISIS-WICCE re-located, Sep 1993, to Kampala (Uganda) in order to tap the voices of African women and link their issues and concerns to the debates and campaigns taking place at the international level. A global action oriented women's organization that emulates "Isis", the ancient Egyptian goddess of Wisdom, Creativity and Knowledge.
Promote justice, equality and mutual relationship between women and men and empowerment of women through documenting violations of women's rights and facilitating exchange of skills and information to strengthen women's capacities, potential and visibility.
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