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Ezaz-e-Niswan (Women's Honor)

Ezaz-e-Niswan (Women's Honor)
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50 Members

Traditions: Christian Catholic , Christian Protestant , Islam, Sikh

Action Area: Education, Environment, Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation, Women, Youth

Region: Asia

Website: http://ezaz-e-niswan.org

Label: Purpose & Activities

This CC was created to lift women up for realization of their womanhood and their rights, as well as to create a culture of justice, equality and peace. Their hope is to see empowered women, children and youth so that they have opportunity to experience equality, participate and contribute to all aspects of life, and achieve their fullest potential. They wish that all Pakistanis live in interfaith peaceful co-existence in the society. They believe that through non-violence and conflict prevention, the purpose of URI will be accomplished. Highlights of Ezaz-e-Niswan include the number of women gathering for meetings, seminars, training workshops and the support system among women, youth linkages and programs, the celebration of International Days and inter- and intra-city women conferences, networking and training sessions with other organizations, interfaith sports and tournaments, the recognition of achievements of women in the community.   

To uplift women for realization of their women-hood, rights and to create culture of justice, equality and peace.

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Label: Contact Us

Contact:
Director Naseem George

Address:
Rehmat Park, University Road, Apt: 66
Sargodha/ Punjab
40100
Pakistan

Phone:
(92) – 345 – 8605212

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March 30, 2016 1:19 PM

Promoting Gender Equality in Jinnah Colony

With our contact, women have become more aware and have started sending their children to school. 

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April 8, 2015 11:31 AM

Ezaz-e-Niswan: International Women’s Day 2015 Celebration

Ezaz-e-Niswan celebrated International Women’s Day (IWD) with rural women and empowering speeches. Today is the day to salute women’s courage, confidence, lasting effort and their achievement.

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