Porto Alegre, Brazil, 21 March 2009

List of Participants

Socialist International Women Marlène Haas

Full member organisations

Organisation of Angolan Women, OMA Adélia Pires de Carvalho
Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola, MPLA Luzia Ingles
Women's Secretariat Silvina Santana
Socialist Party, PS
Women's Committee Alicia Tate
Radical Civic Union, UCR
Austrian Social Democratic Women Barbara Prammer
Social Democratic Party of Austria, SPÖ Bettina Stadlbauer
Maria Jonas
Petra Rund
Labour Women Action, AMT Miguelina Vecchio
Democratic Labour Party, PDT Sírley Soares Soalheiro
Dalva De Luca Dias
Dejanira Chagas Bernardo
Valeria Cabral
Ildemar Barbosa
Fatima Kobielski
Adriana Barbosa
Maria Eugenia Steyer
Women's Organisation Lorenza Santos Barbosa
Liberal Party of Colombia, PLC
Women's Movement Clara Lieberman
National Liberation Party, PLN Sandra Quesada Hidalgo
Ana Lucracia Esquivel
Social Democratic Women's Forum Mirjana Feric-Vac
Social Democratic Party, SDP
Dominican Federation of Social Democratic Women, FEDOMUSDE Lucila de León
Dominican Revolutionary Party, PRD
Women's Department Antigoni Karali-Dimitriadi
Panhellenic Socialist Movement, PASOK
National Department of Socialist Women Maria Manuela Augusto
Socialist Party, PS
National Women's Secretariat Isabel Carmona
Democratic Action, AD
Movement for Socialism, MAS Sonia Pacheco

Consultative member organisations

PODEMOS Silvia Larrazábal
Maribel Castillo
Anggie Rivas
SIW Secretariat
  Janice Flower



Statement on Unilateral Decision by the United States of America to Recognise Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel

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International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

25 November 2017

Socialist International Women affirms its support for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women as an opportunity to focus on the continuing suffering and oppression of women and girls worldwide, and the vital roles that governments and individuals have in creating positive change...

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Democracy in Crisis, Populism on the Rise - Where do Women's Rights fit in?

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Gender Inequality in the World Today – Understanding the New Challenges and Ending Gender Inequality by 2030

UN Climate Change Conference 2016

Conference of the Parties (COP22), United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Marrakech, Morroco, 07 to 18 November 2016

Parallel event hosted by the Socialist International Women (SIW), the Forum of the African Women Post 2015 and Jossour Forum of the Moroccan Women, Bab Ighli Site, Green Zone, 14 November 2016

Former SI President António Guterres to become next UN Secretary General

06 October 2016

The Socialist International Women (SIW) would like to congratulate António Guterres on being chosen as the next Secretary-General of the United Nations.

Council Meeting

28 and 29 June 2016

The UN Sustainable Development Goals – Gender Sensitive Budgeting and Climate Change


The First Hundred Years

A Short History of Socialist International Women

By Irmtraut Karlsson

This book tells the history of the first one hundred years of the Socialist International Women