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List of women's rights activists

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This article is a list of notable women's rights activists, arranged alphabetically by modern country names and by the names of the persons listed.

Albania

Argentina

Australia

Austria

Belgium

Botswana

  • Unity Dow (born 1959) – judge and writer, plaintiff in case allowing children of mixed parentage to be deemed nationals

Bulgaria

Brazil

Canada

Cape Verde

Chile

China

Croatia

Denmark

Egypt

  • Qasim Amin (1863–1908) – jurist, early advocate of women’s rights in society
  • Nawal el-Saadawi (born 1931) – writer and doctor, advocate of women’s health and equality
  • Hoda Shaarawi (1879–1947) – feminist organizer of Mubarrat Muhammad Ali (women’s social service organization), Union of Educated Egyptian Women, and Wafdist Women’s Central Committee, founder president of Egyptian Feminist Union
  • Engy Ghozlan (born 1985) – coordinator of campaigns against sexual harassment
  • Soraya Bahgat (born 1983) – Egyptian-Finnish women's rights advocate, social entrepreneur and founder of Tahrir Bodyguard
  • Ahlam Mostaghanmi (born 1952) – Arabic writer and sociologist.
  • Houda Darwish (born 1991) – Arabic writer and pediatrician and neonatalogist doctor.
  • Fatima el NAOUUT (born 1966) – Egyptian writer and journalist.

Estonia

Finland

France

Germany

Ghana

Greece

Hungary

India

Indonesia

  • Raden Adjeng Kartini (1879–1904) – Javanese advocate for native Indonesian women, critic of polygamy and lack of women's education

Iran

Ireland

Israel

Italy

Japan

Latvia

Lebanon

Libya

  • Alaa Murabit (born 1989) – physician, advocate of inclusive security, peace-building and post-conflict governance

Luxembourg

Netherlands

Namibia

New Zealand

  • Kate Sheppard (1847–1934) – suffragette, influential in winning voting rights for women in 1893 (first country and national election in which women have vote)

Nigeria

Norway

Pakistan

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Puerto Rico

  • Luisa Capetillo (1879–1922) – labor union suffragette jailed for wearing pants in public

Romania

Russia

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Serbia

Slovenia

  • Alojzija Štebi (1883–1956), suffragist, who saw socialism as a means of equalizing society for both men and women.

Somalia

  • Ayaan Hirsi Ali (born 1969) – Somali-Dutch feminist and atheist activist, writer and politician

South Africa

  • Shamima Shaikh (1960–1998) – member of the Muslim Youth Movement of South Africa, exponent of Islamic gender equality

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

United Kingdom

Lesley Abdela (1945- ) is a women’s rights campaigner, gender consultant and journalist who has worked for women’s representation in over 40 countries including post-conflict countries: Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Iraq, Afghanistan, Nepal and Aceh. In 1980 she founded the all-Party 300 Group to campaign to get more women into local, national and European politics in the UK. Author of 100s of features in Guardian, Times, Independent and major women’s magazines and the paperback Women with X Appeal: Women Politicians in Britain Today (London: Macdonald Optima 1989).

United States

Uruguay

Zimbabwe

Images

See also

References

  1. ^ Richard J. Evans: The feminist movement in Germany. London, Beverly Hills 1976 (SAGE Studies in 20th Century History, Vol. 6). ISBN 0-8039-9951-8, S. 120
  2. ^ Prah, Mansah (2002). "Jiagge, Annie (1918–1996)". In Commire, Anne. Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia. Waterford, Connecticut: Yorkin Publications. ISBN 0-7876-4074-3. (Subscription required (help)). 
  3. ^ http://www.deccanherald.com/content/393915/jampk-witnesses-steady-increase-crimes.html
  4. ^ Parker, Jacqueline (1974). Helen Valeska Bary: Labor Administration and Social Security: A Woman's Life. Berkeley CA: University of California. 
  5. ^ Santiago-Valles, Kelvin A. (1994). Subject People and Colonial Discourses: Economic Transformation and Social Disorder in Puerto Rico, 1898–1947. SUNY Press. pp. 58, 161. ISBN 9781438418650. Retrieved 1 January 2017. 
  6. ^ "Fox, Muriel, 1928- . Papers of NOW officer Muriel Fox, 1966-1971: A Finding Aid". Oasis.lib.harvard.edu. 1928-02-03. Retrieved 2018-02-21. 
  7. ^ [1], additional text.
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