Kartini Network for Women/Gender Studies in Asia

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The Kartini Network for Women/Gender Studies in Asia was formally established in Manila in May 2003. Kartini, named
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after the Indonesian pioneering feminist writer and activist, aims to create synergy between women's/gender studies and feminist activism in the region. Kartini members are women's/gender studies centres or institutes and feminist organizations in Asia and elsewhere.

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Membership

Kartini is primarily an Asian network and will consider as members women's studies and gender institutes/departments and women's organizations engaged in women's studies in Asia who commit themselves to the following principles:

Aside from members, it will also include individual affiliates who abide by the network's principles and have a track record of involvement, development or promotion of women's studies in Asia. Other institutions and agencies that can render service or participate in cooperative endeavors can be considered partners.

Objectives

Major objectives of the Kartini Network are:

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