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Gateway to Library of Congress resources for the study of women's history and culture in the U.S.
Anna Julia Cooper Center
The AJC Center supports, generates, and communicates innovative research at the intersections of gender, race, and place, sustaining relationships between partners on campus and throughout the nation in order to ask new questions, reframe critical issues, and pursue equitable outcomes.
Center for Reproductive Rights
A legal and policy advocacy organization dedicated to promoting women's reproductive rights.
Coalition Against Trafficking in Women
Resource library includes links to articles, legislation, reports and resolutions.
Discovering American Women's History Online
Digital collections of primary sources (photos, letters, diaries, artifacts, etc.) that document the history of women in the United States.
EISIL - Women's Human Rights
American Society for International Law website includes links to primary documents, other websites, and research resources, including bibliographies.
Equal Rights Amendment
Includes historical information and legislative updates.
Feminism and Legal Theory Project
Emory School of Law; includes a catalog of archived items from various conferences and workshops; newsletter; started by Martha Albertson Fineman in 1984 at the University of Wisconsin, now at Emory; sponsors workshops.
Portal of resources and information that supports women's equality, justice, wellness and safety; index of research resources.
Part of Cornell's Wex project, a collaborative legal encyclopedia. Provides overview, with links to primary sources and some law review articles.
Feminist Majority Foundation
Up-to-date news and commentary and resources on politics, student activism, research, and much more; includes many related links.
Reprints tables of contents from feminist journals on a quarterly basis.
Free the Tampons
Advocacy group. Believes that every bathroom outside the home should provide freely accessible items that women need for their periods. Advocates with business owners and in the public policy arena to overcome barriers, such as the concern that products would be excessively costly due to theft. The organization is dedicated to providing education and resources that empower advocates to create change for women nationwide.
International Center for Research on Women
Network of leading research, advocacy, and policy centers. Includes policy papers and research on issues that affect women.
National Center for Victims of Crimes
Provides help for crime victims, victim law, conferences and trainings, stalking resource center, parallel justice, youth initiative, DNA resource center, resilience project, dating violence resource center, provider support, victim assistance, civil litigation assistance, public policy, resource library and press center.
National Organization for Women (NOW)
Includes information on priority issues, hot topics, and campaigns and events.
Research Centre for Law, Gender, and Sexuality
From Kent Law School, Canterbury, UK; focuses on research in the area of gender, sexuality and law.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy - Feminist Philosophy of Law
Developed and maintained by the Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSIL) at Stanford University, and written by experts in the field, this article provides a brief overview of the fundamental themes of feminist legal theory as well as the evolution of views over time.
Women's Legal History
Stanford University project, documents the live of women lawyers biography, a study of the lives of the individual women lawyers and the movements and philosophies that inspired and sustained them.
Women, Business, and the Law
A collection of national legal provisions impacting women's economic status in 183 economies from the World Bank. The database facilitates comparative analysis of legislation, serves as a resource for research, and contributes to reforms that can enhance women’s full economic participation. The collection is updated regularly, and translations are not official unless indicated.
Women and Justice Collection
Cornell Law School's Avon Global Center for Women and Justice online library of legal and other resources relating to gender-based violence and gender justice.