Women’s rights law:
* ABA Section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities - Right's of Women The Committee on the Rights of Women works within the Section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities to address substantive legal issues affecting the civil and human rights of women. From combating inequities faced in the United States, to improving the status of women abroad, the Committee plays an active role within the ABA drafting policy proposals, hosting Continuing Legal Education programs, developing written materials and providing a national forum for women's rights advocacy. * International Federation of Women in Legal Careers
The International Federation of Women in Legal Careers (F.I.F.C.J.) is a non governmental organization (NGO) of Women Jurists, founded in Paris in 1928 with the aim of fighting for the eradication of all forms of discrimination against women and promoting their Human Rights. It has consultative status with the United Nations Economical and Social Council (ECOSOC), since 1961, and with FAC. It cooperates with UNESCO, UNICEF, UNIFEM and OIT. It also teams up with others Federations and...