INLW (International Network of Liberal Women) is an association of women from countries worldwide who support the Liberal principles.
We aim to improve women’s awareness of their political rights and responsibilities.
We advance participation of liberal women in politics at local, national and international levels and within liberal parties worldwide.
We campaign: to eliminate all practices and laws which impede women’s hopes of a full life; to equal access to education; for employment and property, and against discriminatory marriage and parental rights laws.
INLW is a member of Liberal International. We send representatives to the UN Conferences as NGO with Special Consultative Status: i.e. to the UN ECOSOC Commission on the Status of Women, to the UN Human Rights Council and UN DPI/NGO Conferences etc.
INLW organizes meetings during the Congresses of Liberal International and during CSW and in other countries where liberal parties are active.
You can support INLW by becoming a member. Some countries have local Chapters.
In the Netherlands the Dutch Chapter’s president is:
H.E. (Lysbeth) van Valkenburg-Lely, firstname.lastname@example.org
Khadija Oum Bachair EL MORABIT was so honored as the Deputy President of INLW to assist at the Inauguration Ceremony of the Political Training Institute Amadou Gon Coulibaly in Ivory Coast on the 8th January 2021. She was there in the pesence of His Excellency the President of the Republic of Ivory Coast Mr Alassan […]
The International Network of Liberal Women (INLW) opened its Asia-Pacific Chapter, the Asia-Pacific Liberal Women Association (APLWA), at the Howard Plaza Hotel in Taipei on the afternoon of October 24, 2020. The launch attracted an audience of nearly 200 people interested in human rights and women’s issues. Speakers at the inaugural board meeting included association […]
Khadija Oum Bachair EL MORABIT, Deputy President of the International Network of Liberal Women (INLW) and the Founder of INLW Morocco Chapter, has participated amongst a group of high-level political representatives from Africa and Europe, including parliamentarians, former government representatives and current political leaders, organised in an independent international observation mission of Democrats and Liberals, […]
Network dinner with our former State Minister of Migration Mark Harbers and Euro Parliamentarian Caroline Nagtegaal!
The International Network of Liberal women and the Liberal Women Netwerk enjoyed a well-attended dinner on September 2nd, 2019 in Rotterdam. Guest speakers were VVD member of Parliament Mark Harbers, he has just returned as a representative to Parliament after resigning from his post as Minister of Migration and ALDE Member of the European Parliament, […]
Members of INLW Netherlands Chapter participated in writing the so-called “NGO shadow report concerning the NL Government report to the CEDAW Committee. INLW was a co-signer of the NGO Shadow report This shadow report has been compiled on behalf of the Dutch CEDAW Network by a team consisting of some NGOs and independent women’s […]
The International Network of Liberal Women- Chapter Morocco is a Network based on the very principles of liberalism; (Freedom, justice, equal citizenship and individual representation of the human being). Its approach reconciles essentially the individual with his environment in order to build a social peace, in accordance with the universally recognized principles in the field […]
On July 12th, 2018 a Press Conference and meeting was held in Taichung Town Hall in Taiwan announcing the Launching of a new INLW Chapter. This Asia-Pacific Chapter is to be established in the new Taichung development of International NGO Centre. INLW President Margaret de Vos van Steenwijk and LI President Juli Minoves were invited […]
The Liberal International Human Rights Committee met inThe Hague during an event organized by the Thematic International Network of the VVD and INLW. Chairman of Liberal International Human Rights Committee (LI HRC), Mr. Markus Loening gave us some up-dates and insight in the work of the Human Rights committee. […]