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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 5: Gender Equality

Organizations relating to Women

Council of Arab Ministers for Youth and Sports / Cairo, Egypt
European College of Sport Science / Cologne, Germany / Est. 1995
Latin and Mediterranean Group of Sport Medicine / Algiers, Algeria / Est. 1956
Marie Schlei Association - Assistance for Women in Africa, Asia and Latin America / Hamburg, Germany / Est. 1984
Vienna NGO Committee on the Status of Women / Est. 1982
Andalusian Sports Institute
Soroptimist International of the Americas / Philadelphia PA, USA / Est. 1921
European Network of Women Elected Representatives of Local and Regional Authorities / Paris, France / Est. 1996
Women in Dialogue / London, UK / Est. 1975
UNANIMA International / New York NY, USA / Est. 2002
Women Against Violence Europe / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1994
Women on Waves / Amsterdam, Netherlands
Fellowship of the Least Coin - Global Movement of Prayer for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation / Cavite, Philippines / Est. 1956
International Society of Sport Psychology / Sudbury ON, Canada / Est. 1965
All Pakistan Women\'s Association / Karachi, Pakistan / Est. 1949
World Young Women\'s Christian Association / Le Grand-Saconnex, Switzerland / Est. 1855
International Zurkhaneh Sports Federation / Teheran, Iran Islamic Rep / Est. 2004
Meeting of Commonwealth Ministers Responsible for Women\'s Affairs / London, UK / Est. 1985
Asian Sports Press Union / Seoul, Korea Rep
African Federation of Women Entrepreneurs / Accra, Ghana / Est. 1993
North-Central American and Caribbean Volleyball Confederation / Santo Domingo, Dominican Rep / Est. 1966
General Federation of Women\'s Clubs / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1890
United Nations Women\'s Guild - Geneva / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1970
International Union of Superiors General / Rome, Italy / Est. 1965
International Coalition for Aging and Physical Activity / Champaign IL, USA

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World Problems relating to Women

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Discrimination against women in religion
Heterosexual infection of women with AIDS
Conflicting roles of women
Female infanticide
Susceptibility of women to alcohol
Inadequate disposal of female sanitary protection
Increasing female criminality
Dependence on unpaid female labour
Male bias of law
Loss of female sexual desire
Misogyny
Radical feminism
Infantilization of women
Lesbianism
Criminalization of abortion
Threatened species of Chrysolophus amherstiae
Threatened species of Coccinellidae
Religious discrimination against women in priesthood
Discrimination against women by the sciences
Male bias of medicine
Subjugation of woman to man in marriage
Neglect of the role of women in rural development
Symbolic feminism
Internet rape
Confused identity of womanhood

Action Strategies relating to Women

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Informing about womens health hazards
Recognizing role of women in peacekeeping
Using female hormone replacement therapy
Networking women
Promoting equal partnership between men and women
Supporting women
Improving status of women
Increasing education for females in science
Increasing involvement of women in science and technology
Enhancing participation of women in higher education
Training women journalists
Improving access of girls to basic education
Involving women entrepreneurs in national expertise groups for sustainability
Advancing interests of women
Empowering women
Promoting women entrepreneurs
Improving access to fuelwood for rural women
Supporting development of women's organizations
Limiting options of women
Lightening female workload
Liberating women worker's economics
Supporting participation of women in work force
Providing services to migrating women
Integrating value of women's unpaid work in resource accounting systems
Linking religious women

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