Feminist Initiative (Poland)

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Feminist Initiative

Inicjatywa Feministyczna
LeaderIwona Piątek,
Elżbieta Jachlewska,
Katarzyna Kądziela
Founded11 January 2007
Headquartersal. „Solidarności” 115/2,
00-140 Warszawa Warsaw
IdeologySocial democracy
Feminism
Women's rights
Social progressivism
ColoursBlue
Sejm
0 / 460
Senate
0 / 100
European Parliament
0 / 51
Website
inicjatywafeministyczna.pl

The Feminist Initiative (Polish: Inicjatywa Feministyczna, IF) is a Polish political party advocating for women's rights. It was registered on 11 January 2007 and was known as "Women's Party" (Partia Kobiet) until the 27th of August 2016.

This party works to strengthen and defend women's rights, abortion rights, LGBT rights, asylum rights and refugee rights.

In the 21 October 2007 National Assembly election, the party won 0.28% of the popular vote and no seats in the Sejm or the Senate of Poland. In 2016 Women's Party was renamed "Feminist Initiative".[1]

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