Ana de Castro Osório

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Ana de Castro Osório (1872–1935), was a Portuguese feminist. She was the founder of several women's organisations: the Grupo Português de Estudos Feministas in 1907, the Liga Republicana das Mulheres Portuguesas (English: Republican Women's League) in 1909, the Associação de Propaganda Feminista in 1912 and Comissão Feminina Pela Pátria in 1916.

In 1905, she wrote Às Mulheres Portuguesas (English: To Portugueuse Women), a feminist manifesto.[1]


  1. ^ "Women Writers up to 1974" by Hilary Owen and Cláudio Pazos Alonso, chapter 14, p. 169, in A Companion to Portuguese Literature (eds. Stephen Parkinson, Cláudio Pazos Alonso and T.F. Earle), Woodbridge, Suffolk and Rochester, NY: Tamesis, ISBN 9781855661943


This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Portuguese Wikipedia.

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