When the United Nations was founded in 1945, equal rights for men and women were accepted by the community of states and included in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 as a principle of non-discrimination on the basis of gender. Together with the two human rights covenants of 1966, they form the "International Charter of Human Rights", which, through a large number of special conventions, either further specify an individual human right or protect the legal status of certain groups of persons exposed to particular risks.


Nevertheless, cultural and religious minorities are repeatedly oppressed, persecuted and destroyed. And time and again it is women and children who suffer most

It is our goal to point out these grievances and to demand the rights of women, regardless of their religion or ethnicity.