Consider becoming one more voice for Voices of Women Worldwide and share the concerns and problems and find solutions for urban and rural women, mostly grassroots, who will grow in your voice ... to explain to the world what is happening in their part of the world. We have members from around the world ... Australia, New Zealand to Japan, Singapore, Malaysia through Asia (India and China), the Middle East, Israel and on to Africa and then EU ... moving across the Atlantic to North America (USA and Canada) and entering into Latin America. 

VOICES OF WOMEN WORLDWIDE & VOW-TV is connected with United Nations agencies and NGOs whose 2-3 major leaders are members. We are planning to work together after September and unite voices visiting the General Assembly and other official forums and conferences - celebrating Iliteracy Day, Peace Day ... and a variety of events that will be listed. 

We have also started the YouTube.com womenvoicesworldwide on Channel VOICES OF WOMEN WORLDWIDE and will be premiering VOW-TV video clips from 4th July and spreading the news through 100 more WebTV Channels, radio and print media. VOWW welcomes media journalists in print, video, TV and film to network with women around the world, offering recognition to collaborating, co-sponsoring and joint-ventures.

We invite you to share your voice to help millions of voiceless women voice their problems and solutions on health care, child upbringing, child marriages, family violence, rape, trafficking of young girls and boys

Location: Worldwide


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