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Greek League for Women's Rights         
Syndesmos gia ta Dikaiomata tis Gynaikas
The Greek League for Women's Rights () is a Greek feminist organization which was founded in 1920 in Athens to promote women's political rights including suffrage. Affiliated to the International Alliance of Women, the organization continues to be active today.
League for Women's Equality         
League for Women’s Equality; League for Women's Equal Rights; Russian League for Women's Rights; All Russian League for Women's Equality; Труды I Всероссийского женского съезда; Liga ravnopraviia zhenshchin; League for Women’s Equal Rights
All-Russian League for Women's Equality () was the most important women's organization in the Russian Empire from 1907 to the October Revolution of 1917. It was officially registered on 6 March 1907.
Women's rights         
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  • [[Elizabeth Blackwell]] was the first woman to receive a medical degree in the [[United States]], as well as the first woman on the [[UK Medical Register]].
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  • Australian women's rights were lampooned in this 1887 ''Melbourne Punch'' cartoon: A hypothetical female member foists her baby's care on the House Speaker.
  • Iraqi-American writer and activist [[Zainab Salbi]], the founder of [[Women for Women International]]
Womens' rights; Women's Rights; Emancipation of women; Woman's Rights; Women Rights; Women’s rights; Legal rights of women; Women's rights movement; Womyn's rights; Women rights; Rights of women; Womans rights; Women's emancipation; Equality of women; Womens rights; Equal rights for women; Woman's rights; Woman's right; Status of women; Women's right; Women's status; Women's rights activist; Women's rights activism; Right of women; Woman's right to divorce; History of women's rights
Women's rights are the rights and entitlements claimed for women and girls worldwide. They formed the basis for the women's rights movement in the 19th century and the feminist movements during the 20th and 21st centuries.