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Women's rights page of Human Rights Watch, an independent and nongovernmental organization
Founded in 1990, the International Women's Media Foundation is a vibrant global network dedicated to strengthening the role of women journalists as a way to further worldwide freedom of the press.
WIMN’s Voices, the women’s media monitoring group blog, features a diverse online community of fifty women blogging on media coverage of women and a range of social, cultural and political issues every day.
The Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press has been working more than 35 years for media democracy and media justice.
Gender equality in journalism and trade unionism is a central concern of the International Federation of Journalists through the Gender Council.
The ICRC is an independent, neutral organization ensuring humanitarian protection and assistance for victims of war and armed violence. They have a special section on women and war issues.
The human rights group Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) was founded by Nobel Peace Prize winner Tawaken Karman with 7 other female journalists in 2005 in order to promote human rights, "particularly freedom of opinion and expression, and democratic rights."
Medica mondiale is an organisation of women that supports women and girls in war and crisis regions, who have experienced rape and other forms of violence.