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CALLING THE CIRCLE OF WOMEN FROM THE U.S., AFGANISTAN, UGANDA and JAPAN.
Calling the Circle is the first step in our international strategy for linking women's organizations around the world for collective action on mutual concerns. Our goal is to create a global network similar to the California Women's Agenda (CAWA) that can utilize and build on collective knowledge, resources and leadership skills, and function on the ground and electronically across cultural and digital divides.

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Follow the U.S.-AFGHAN CIRCLE delegation from the Afghan Women's Association International (AWAI) and WIN when they meet with women leaders in Afghanistan! Read the press release for the U.S.-AFGHAN CIRCLE.


 


On January 20, 2001 WIN launched the U.S.-UGANDA CIRCLE. Learn more about what took place when the delegation of women from Uganda arrived in the U.S. and visited with women from Napa to San Diego. Learn more about the progress that was made when WIN sent a delegation to Uganda in July 2001.

UGANDA CIRCLE UPDATE: 2005-2007


Histroy of the Uganda Land Grant Project Uganda women speak about their Land Grant Project
 
Find out more about the U.S.-JAPAN CIRCLE which was created during the UN Beijing+5 Conference, June 8, 2000, New York, with sixty Japanese women at the Japan Forum.