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Deputy Marshal of the Sejm

Deputy Marshal of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland is a person elected to preside over Sejm sessions when the Sejm Marshal is not presiding. Throughout the course of the Third Republic, there have always been several Deputy marshals, usually el ...

Iwona Michalek

Iwona Krystyna Michalek nee Pychynska – is a Polish teacher and politician, member of the VIII and IX Sejm. Member of the Agreement political party. She represents the electoral district № 5 from toruń. He is married, has two children, Agata and ...

Dragutin Franasovic

Dragutin Franasovic, was a Serbian army general and politician who held the post of Minister of Defence and Minister of Foreign Affairs. Franasovic also served as the Chancellor of the Royal Orders from 1903 to 1905.

Milan Bogicevic

Milan Bogicevic, was a Serbian politician and diplomat. He served as Minister of Justice, Minister of Foreign Affaris and ambassador to Ottoman Empire, Austria-Hungary and German Empire.

Dragan Jovanovic (Yugoslav politician)

Jovanovic was director of the Serbian Social Accountancy Service in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia at the time of that countrys disintegration. In an interview with Tanjug in July 1991, he remarked that the constituent republics of ...

List of Slovenian politicians

Boris Kidric. (Борис Kidric) Franc Kangler. (Фран Kangler) Jozsef Klekl. (Йожеф Klekl) Milan Kucan. (Милан Кучан) Janez Evangelist Krek. (Евангелист Крек Янез) Edvard Kardelj. (Эдварда Карделя) Sergej Kraigher. (Сергей Kraigher) Anton Korosec. (А ...

Kim Hanjung

Kim Han-jung is a South Korean politician affiliated with the liberal Minjoo Party of Korea. He is a member of the Korean National Assembly representing the Namyanjgju constituency. He began his career as press Secretary to Kim Dae-Jung, Chairman ...

Kim Hui-chul

Kim Hui-chul is a South Korean politician. He was the former Mayor of Gwanak District, as well as the Member of National Assembly for Gwanak 2nd constituency.

Kim Joon-kyo

Kim Joon-kyo is a South Korean teacher and politician. He was a former aid for Lee Hoi-chang in 2007 presidential election, as well as a MP candidate of the Party for Freedom and Advancement in 2008 election. He is now a member of the right-wing ...

Yoo Ui-dong

Yoo Ui-dong is a South Korean conservative politician who is a Member of National Assembly for Pyeongtaek 2nd constituency since 2014.

Nazarshoh Dodkhudoev

Nazarshoh Dodkhudoev was a Soviet Tajik politician. He was born in Rushan in the MBAV. He graduated from college in 1935, a year after he started his political career by joining the Komsomol. He edited the youth paper Pioneer Tajikistana in 1939- ...

Maxwell Zeb Shumba

Maxwell Shumba is the founding president of the Zimbabwe First Party. He is a chemistry educator and researcher, with publications in reputable journals. Shumba taught at Nyatsime College in Mashonaland West, Zimbabwe, where he was Acting Vice Pr ...

Niccolo dei Conti di Segni

Niccolo Conti di Segni - Italian cardinal allegedly created by Pope Gregory IX with the title of San Marcello in the consistory of December 1228 and subsequently sent as papal legate to Armenia to mediate in the conflicts between king Hethum I of ...

Cardinal protector

Since the thirteenth century it has been customary at Rome to confide to some particular Cardinal a special solicitude in the Roman Curia for the interests of a given religious order or institute, confraternity, church, college, city, nation etce ...

Chicago Urban League

The Chicago Urban League, established in 1916 in Chicago, Illinois, is an affiliate of the National Urban League that develops programs and partnerships and engages in advocacy to address the need for employment, entrepreneurship, affordable hous ...

Colored Conventions Movement

The Colored Conventions Movement, or Negro Convention Movement, was a series of national, regional, and state conventions held irregularly during the decades preceding and following the American Civil War. The delegates who attended these convent ...

Legal Rights Association

The Legal Rights Association was a foundational African-American civil rights organization formed in New York City in 1855 to challenge racial segregation in the citys public transit. It served as a powerful example to subsequent rights associati ...

National Negro Committee

The National Negro Committee was created in response to the Springfield race riot of 1908 against the black community in Springfield, Illinois. Prominent black activists and white progressives called for a national conference to discuss African A ...

Nigel Williams (childrens rights activist)

Nigel Williams was a childrens rights activist, known for his engagement against child abuse on the internet. In 1995, he founded the Childnet International. In 2003, he was appointed as the first Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Yo ...

Axis of Eve

Axis of Eve was a womens political advocacy group and non-profit business based in the United States and active in the 2004 election run-up. Its name was a play on words satirizing US President George W. Bushs "Axis of Evil" epithet for Iran, Ira ...

Public Leadership Education Network

Public Leadership Education Network is a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., with the sole focus of preparing college women for leadership in the public policy arena. Through introducing college women to role models, career paths, a ...

Wider Opportunities for Women

Wider Opportunities for Women is a national nonprofit organization in the United States established in 1962 by Jane Fleming and Mary Janney in Washington, D.C.

Gay Rights National Lobby

The Gay Rights National Lobby was a Washington D.C based gay rights advocacy organization which existed in the late 1970s into the early 1980s. It was founded in 1976, and both GRNL and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force were among the earli ...

FEIM

The Foundation for Studies and Research on Women is an Argentinean non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation created in 1989 by a group of professional women specialising in gender. Since 2006, FIIG has consultative status with the United Nat ...

Womens Brigade (Broken Hill)

The Womens Brigade was a labour protest organisation for women formed during the first of several strikes to occur in the mining town of Broken Hill, NSW, Australia between 1889-1920.

Equal Voice

Founded in 2001 by Rosemary Speirs, Donna Dasko, Libby Burnham and Christina McCall. Equal Voice is a national, bilingual, multi-partisan, non-governmental, non-profit organization that promotes the election of more women to all levels of Canadia ...

Dynamique des femmes jurists

Dynamique des femmes jurists is a womens organisation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It was co-founded in 2006 by Nelly Mbangu, director of the Democracy Research Center, who went on to become the first president of the organisation.

Fiji Womens Rights Movement

The Fiji Womens Rights Movement is a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural organisation based in Suva, Fiji, that works to remove discrimination against women through attitudinal changes and institutional reforms. FWRM believes in the practice and prom ...

La Barbe

La Barbe is a French feminist group. It was founded in 2008. It aims at denouncing the absence or under-representation of women in contemporary culture. This includes influence and power dynamics in politics, economics and media.

Association for Womens Art and Gender Research in Israel

The Association for Womens Art and Gender Research in Israel is a non-profit organization that works to research women and gender in Israeli art, and to provide support for women artists, curators, researchers and cultural organizers.

Asia-Japan Womens Resource Center

Asia-Japan Womens Resource Center is a non-governmental organisation founded in 1994 that advocates gender equality, the end of violence against women, a more just society, and environmentally sustainable development. In addition, the coordinatin ...

Sister Namibia

Sister Namibia, formerly known as the Sister Namibia Collective, is a feminist nonpartisan non-governmental organization located in Windhoek, Namibia. The organization was established in 1989 on the eve of the Namibias independence from South Afr ...

Women for Human Rights

Women for Human Rights is an organisation which works to secure the political, social, cultural and economic rights of single women in Nepal. It was founded by Lily Thapa. It works in 73 districts and 1550 VDCs, with over 100.000 single women mem ...

Dolle Mina

Dolle Mina was a 1970s Dutch feminist group which campaigned for equal rights for women. It was named after early Dutch feminist Wilhelmina Drucker.

Man Vrouw Maatschappij

Man Vrouw Maatschappij was a Dutch feminist action group, founded by Joke Smit en Hedy dAncona. The group was founded joke Smith in October 1968 it was published in a feminist article, "het onbehagen bij de Frau" "dissatisfaction with women" in N ...

Liga das Mulheres Republicanas

The Liga das Mulheres Republicanas was a Portuguese feminist organisation founded in 1909 by Ana de Castro Osorio and Adelaide Cabete. It split in 1912 after the refusal of the government to pass a law enabling women to vote. Cabete subsequently ...

Awakening Foundation

The Awakening Foundation is a Taiwanese feminist organization aiming to provide the women of Taiwanese society with the resources necessary to combat gender discrimination. Beginning as an offshoot of the gender equality magazine "Awakening Magaz ...

Tunisian Association of Democratic Women

The Tunisian Association of Democratic Women) is a Tunisian feminist association which was founded in 1989.

National Womens Liberation Conference

The National Womens Liberation Conference was a United Kingdom initiative organised to bring together activists in the Womens Liberation Movement with an aim to developing a shared political outlook. Ten UK conferences took place between 1970 and ...

Alliance for Women in Media

The Alliance for Women in Media is a nonprofit organization created by women in 1951, that works to support women in the media in all different forms.

Heterodoxy (group)

Heterodoxy was the name adopted by a feminist debating group in Greenwich Village, New York City, in the early 20th century. It was notable for providing a forum for the development of more radical conceptions of feminism than the suffrage and wo ...

Paradigm Shift: New York Citys Feminist Community

Paradigm Shift: New York Citys Feminist Community is a 5014 non-profit feminist organization and event series founded in March 2007 by Meredith Villano, Activist & Interactive Media Executive and Lisa A. Snyder, Artist & Web Designer. With the he ...

St. Louis Ladies Union Aid Society

St. Louis Ladies Union Aid Society was formed on August 2nd, 1861. During the American Civil War, ladies aid societies formed across the country to provide medical services and supplies to soldiers. In St. Louis, they partnered with the Western S ...

Foundation for Equal Families

The Foundation for Equal Families is a Canadian gay and lesbian rights group founded in 1994 following the failure of Bill 167 in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. The groups mandate is "Dedicated to achieving recognition and equality for same ...

Colectiva Lesbica Feminista Ayuquelen

Colectiva Lesbica Feminista Ayuquelen but sometimes called Ayuquelen is a Chilean LGBT advocacy group. Founded in 1984, Ayuquelen was the sole political voice for LGBT groups in Chile during the mid 1980s and in the period of Pinochets dictatorsh ...

Campaign Against Homophobia

Campaign Against Homophobia is a Polish gay rights organisation, which aims to promote legal and social equality for people outside the heteronorm. It was founded in Warsaw in September 2001. It has local offices in Krakow, Wroclaw, Lodz, Gdansk, ...

People Like Us (Singapore)

People Like Us, is the main gay equality lobby group in Singapore. Having been twice rejected by the government board which approves or prohibits organisations, the Registrar of Societies, it is now in its third incarnation as PLU3 ". The term "P ...

COGAM

Lesbians, Gays, Transsexuals and Bisexuals Collective Organization, COGAM is a Spanish non-governmental association stated as a public utility and non-profit organization in Boletin Oficial del Estado which works actively for the rights of lesbia ...

Federacion Estatal de Lesbianas, Gays, Transexuales y Bisexuales

The Federacion Estatal de Lesbianas, Gays, Transexuales y Bisexuales is the main LGBT organisation in Spain. FELGTB is characterised by demanding LGBT rights, at times through controversial campaigns. Its current chairman is Uge Sangil. In June 2 ...

Taiwan Alliance to Promote Civil Partnership Rights

The Taiwan Alliance to Promote Civil Partnership Rights is a Taiwanese non-governmental advocacy organization which advocates for the expansion of civil rights for same-sex couples, including same-sex marriage, civil partnerships, adoption rights ...