Brazilian Women's Articulation

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The Brazilian Women's Articulation (in Portuguese Articulação das Mulheres Brasileiras) is a Brazilian feminist organization that links women's organizations in Brazil's 26 states and its federal district.[1] It was created to organize the Brazilian feminist movement's preparation and follow-up to the 1995 Beijing Women's Conference. In 2008, the AMB organized video conferences in order to publicise and promote awareness of the Lei Maria da Penha, a Brazilian anti-domestic violence law.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Sharmani, Mulki Al (2013-12-12). Feminist Activism, Women's Rights, and Legal Reform. Zed Books Ltd. ISBN 9781780329659. 

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