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Sitografia tematica:
a cura di Silvia Radicioni

  • Founded in 1997, WHRnet aims to provide reliable, comprehensive, and timely information and analyses on women’s human rights in English, Spanish and French.
  • Women Living Under Muslim Laws is an international solidarity network that provides information, support and a collective space for women whose lives are shaped, conditioned or governed by laws and customs said to derive from Islam.
  • WAF – Women Against Fundamentalisms was launched in 1989 to challenge the rise of fundamentalism in all religions. Among the founders and activists have been women from across the world and from a wide range of backgrounds.
  • The Women’s Global Network for Reproductive Rights is an autonomous network of groups and individuals in every continent who aim to achieve and support reproductive rights for women.
  • WIDE – Network Women in Development Europe is a European network of development NGOs, gender specialists and human rights activists.
  • The Latin American and Caribbean Women’s Health Network, LACWHN, was created in 1984 during the First Regional Women and Health Meeting held in Tenza, Colombia. At this event, over 60 women from 13 countries throughout Latin America and the Caribbean gathered to propose a new vision of women’s health based on their different realities and experiences.
  • Rainbo was started in 1994 by a group of African immigrants in USA in order to impact on U.S. private and government funding in Africa and the United Nations. Rainbo is an African led international non-governmental organisation working on issues of women’s empowerment, gender, reproductive health, sexual autonomy and freedom from violence as central components of the African development agenda.
  • Bint el Nas” is an Arabic phrase that literally translates to “Daughter of the People”. It is used in Arab culture to describe a girl or woman of good standing. This site is designed to serve the needs and interests of women who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer (including female-to-male and male-to-female trans* people in any state of transition), and who are identified ethnically or culturally with the Arab world, regardless of where they live.
  • Bad Jens – Iranian Feminist Journal
  • The Fabulous Laboratory conducts experiments with Film, Video, New Media, Literature and Urban extra-curricular.
    The Fabulous Laboratory was launched in 2001 to promote funk and aesthetics in South Asia.
    FabLab focuses on projects relevant to sexuality, gender, popular culture and politics.
  • CENWOR, a non-governmental, non-profit organisation, was founded in 1984 by a group of academics, researchers and activists who were involved for several years in research and action-oriented programmes relating to women.
  • Muslim Women Studies is a site that is sponsored by the Zahira Abdin Chair for the Study of Women and Gender. Its objective is to stimulate, inform, and enlighten in the general area of women’s studies with a focus on Islam and Muslim societies and cultures.
  • The Postcolonial Web is a project funded by the University Scholars Programme, National University of Singapore.
  • The International Lesbian and Gay Association is a world-wide network of national and local groups dedicated to achieving equal rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) people everywhere.
  • The University of Maryland women’s studies web site, begun in September 1992, serves those people interested in the women’s studies profession and in general women’s issues.
  • eBlack Studies is a project in cyberspace. Its purpose is to provide information for students and scholars in all academic fields that focus primarily on Africa and the African Diaspora.