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Marie Goegg-Pouchoulin (1826-1899), was a Swiss feminist. She has been called the first feminist in Switzerland and promoter of women suffrage. In 1868, she founded the first women's organisation in Switzerland, as well as being the first international women's organisation: Association internationale des femmes.