All India Women's Conference (AIWC)
Conférence des femmes de l'Inde
Conferencia Panindia de Mujeres
1926. First conference: 1927, Pune (India). Liaison group established in London (UK), 1934. Registered in India, 18 Jul 1930. Constitution amended: 1951, Bangalore (India); 1973, Delhi (India); Oct 1986, Delhi; Oct 1994, Delhi. Constitution adopted: Dec 1983, Delhi; Jan 1987, Delhi; Jan 1995, Delhi.
Work for a society based on the principles of social justice, personal integrity and equal rights and opportunities for all; work for general progress and welfare of women and children and help women to utilize to the fullest the fundamental rights conferred on them by the constitution of the Indian Union.
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Session (twice a year); Standing Committee; Executive Committee.
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