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A Kisdedóvó Intézeteket Magyarországon Terjesztő Egyesület 1
ARAMCO World Magazine 1
African Methodist Episcopal Church 1816 3
African National Congress Founded in 1923, but building on the earlier work of the South African Native National Congress, the African National Congress (ANC), was the leading organization in the seven-decade struggle for equal citizenship f... Founded in 1923, but building on the earlier work of the South African Native National Congress, the African National Congress (ANC), was the leading organization in the seven-decade struggle for equal citizenship for Black Africans in South Africa. The struggle proceeded by legal means in the first decades but evolved to include armed struggle in the 1960s and after. Though banned by the white government, with many leaders in jail or exile, the ANC led the struggle against apartheid that drew upon an alliance with the Communist Party and the nation’s leading trade union congress. The ANC negotiated with the ruling (white) National Party and secured a peaceful transition to democratic (non-racial) elections beginning in 1994 and has become the dominant political power in the country since that transition. Show more Show less 1912 15
African National Congress Women's League 1 6
African Resistance Movement 1
Ahmedabad Women's Action Group 1
Ajpu A group of Mayan women in rural Guatemala who were involved in the insurgency during the civil war and focused on community development work after the war. 1
Alianza Nacional Feminista, Cuba
All India Democratic Women's Association 20 40
All India Women's Conference In January 1927, the first All India Women’s Conference (AIWC) focused on women’s education and met at Pune. It was founded on the principles of social justice and of equality for women and girls in India. It is... In January 1927, the first All India Women’s Conference (AIWC) focused on women’s education and met at Pune. It was founded on the principles of social justice and of equality for women and girls in India. It is affiliated with the International Alliance of Women (IAW) and the Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women’s Association (PPSEAWA). Women and Social Movements International (WASI) includes documents related to early conferences. Show more Show less 1927 1 14
All Pakistani Women's Association 1
All-China Women's Federation 1
All-India Women’s Conference, 19th : 1946 Dec. 28-31 : Akola (Berar), India 1
All-India Women’s Conference, 20th : 1947-48 Dec. 29-Jan. 1 : Madras, India 1
Allgemeiner Österreichischer Frauenverein 1893 1
Alliance Francaise India Network 1
Alliance of Women’s Organizations of Hungary 28
American Association of University Women The American Association of University Women (AAUW) was founded in 1881 and today numbers over 100,000 members in the U. S. Local branches at the turn of the twentieth century focused on improving educational opport... The American Association of University Women (AAUW) was founded in 1881 and today numbers over 100,000 members in the U. S. Local branches at the turn of the twentieth century focused on improving educational opportunities. Today the association continues to promote education, address current political issues, and work with with similar international organizations. Show more Show less 1881 1
American College for Girls, Constantinople 2
American Committee for Relief in the Near East 1915 1
American Presbyterian Mission in Western India 3 4
American Tract Society 1
Ancon Woman's Club 2

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