"L'Union Féministe Egyptienne et les victimes de Palestine"

written by Egyptian Feminist Union, in L'Egyptienne, Vol. 12 no. 24, July-August 1936, p. 33 (Egyptienne, 1936), 2 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
“Universal Gathering for Peace, Brussels Congress, 3-6 September 1936,” L’Egyptienne 124 (July-August 1936): pp. 28-32. This document includes several brief articles written on the occasion of the Brussels Congress for International Peace in September 1936. The short articles outline various segments of the pacifist agenda, including the “four points” generated by the Universal Gathering: the inviolability of international treaties; international accords regulating national arms possessions; enforcing the League of Nation’s authority in matters of collective security; and establishing within the League of Nations a mechanism for mediating international conflicts. Other brief articles outline feminism’s connections to the international peace movement since women, as wives and mothers of soldiers, are supposedly pacifists by nature.
Field of Interest
Women and Social Movements
Publisher
L'Egyptienne
Collection
Women and Social Movements, International
Corporate Author
Egyptian Feminist Union
Content Type
Periodical article
Format
Text
Page Count
2
Publication Year
1936
Publisher
Egyptienne
Source Title
L'Egyptienne, Vol. 12 no. 24, July-August 1936, p. 33
Subject
Women and Social Movements, History, Women and Social Reform, Transnational Women’s Movement, Mujer y Reforma Social, Mulher e Reforma Social, Movimiento de Mujeres Transnacional, Movimento Feminista Transnacional, Political and Human Rights, Equal Rights for Women
Topic
Equal Rights for Women
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Mujer y Reforma Social, Mulher e Reforma Social, Movimiento de Mujeres Transnacional, Movimento Feminista Transnacional

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