International Women's Tribune Centre (IWTC)
Centre de la tribune internationale de la femme (CTIF)
Centro de la Tribuna Internacional de la Mujer (CTIM)
1976-09 New York NY USA
Sep 1976, New York NY (USA), as International Women's Year Tribune Project (IWY/TP), following IWY Tribune meeting, 1975, Mexico City (Mexico). Incorporated in the State of New York (USA), Jan 1978, under the present name. Ceased to exist 2015.
Respond to and support initiatives of women throughout the global South actively working to promote more equitable and active participation of women within the development process of their countries; function as a communication and information support service for women and women's groups in Africa, Asia/Pacific, Middle East, Latin America/Caribbean, Eastern Europe and Central Asia; provide technical assistance and training on low-cost media, information communication technologies, etc.
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