These Local Facilitators became the core of the Caprivi for Women's Rights Project established by the Women's Leadership Centre in 2009.
What does WRP stand for?
WRP stands for Women's Rights Project
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We have 86 other meanings of WRP in our Acronym Attic
- Watershed Restoration Plan (forestry industry)
- Wave Rendezvous Point
- Weather Research Program
- Western Regional Panel (various organizations)
- Western Regional Partnership (US DoD)
- Wetland Reserve Program
- Wetlands Restoration Program
- Wicklow Rural Partnership (est. 1994; Ireland)
- Windows Resource Protection (Microsoft Windows Vista)
- Witness Relocation Program
- Work Readiness Profile
- Work Restriction Protection (OSHA)
- Worker Removal Provisions (OSHA Ergonomics Standard)
- Workers Revolutionary Party
- Workforce Recruitment Program
- Waste Reduction Policy Act (Texas)
- Waterloo Regional Police Association (Ontario, Canada)
- Wekiva River Protection Area (Florida)
- Welfare Reform and Pensions Act (UK)
- Welsh Rugby Players Association (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
I've been interested in women's rights projects for ages now," she says.
As director of the Women's Rights Project of the American Civil Liberties Union during the 1970s, she helped bring about constitutional protections against sex discrimination for women and men through a series of cases she brought before the high court.
The profits from Awa'3eena ARAMEX sales will be invested in women's rights projects, and will also be used to train and support women to set up clothes shops in JOHUD Community Centers where people can buy good quality, affordable clothes for their families.
The University of Victoria International Women's Rights Project (IWRP) has recently completed an analysis of HIV/AIDS as the "virus of inequality" in Southern Africa.
A report by the Human Rights Watch Women's Rights Project documented verbal degradation, sexual assault, unwarranted visual supervision, denial of goods and privileges, and use or threat of force.
This is the first family medical leave case that directly challenged the denial of rights to a father," said Sara Mandelbaum, attorney for the Women's Rights Project of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).