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gays&lesbiennes / féministes / prostitution

partis politiques /sites officiels français /

sites officiels européens / sites officiels internationaux


Sites laïques


Sites pro-avortement/ Santé /Reproduction

    Le Planning familial (MFPF)

    Uspda (suisse)

    Ancic http://www.ancic.asso.fr/

    Equilibre et population http://www.equipop.org/


    Demain le monde (http://www.globenet.org/demain-le-monde/) est une campagne d'éducation au développement et à la solidarité internationale. Elle a été lancée en septembre 2001 par un collectif d'associations afin de participer à la promotion des concepts et des pratiques de développement durable auprès du public français.

    Family Planet (http://www.familyplanet.org/) est une campagne américaine de mobilisation en faveur de l'accès à la planification familiale dans le monde.

    Safemotherhood (http://www.safemotherhood.org/) est une initiative internationale pour réduire la mortalité et la morbidité maternelle dans le monde.

    Alan Guttmacher Institute, (http://www.agi-usa.org) un organisme à but non lucratif de recherche en santé de la reproduction (New York)

    Catholics for a free choice, (www.cath4choice.org), organisme à but non lucratif qui regroupe des catholiques favorables au libre-choix en matière de fécondité (Washington)

    CGSO Trefpunt (http://www.cgso.be/)

    Deutsche Stiftung Weltbev–lkerung (DSW) (http://www.dsw-online.de/) est une ONG allemande partenaire d'EuroNGOs (Hanovre).

    EuroNgos (http://www.eurongos.org/) rassemble les ONG européennes qui agissent en faveur de la santé de la procréation dans les pays en développement et facilitent ou encadrent des programmes de population.

    International Centre for Reproductive Health (http://www.icrh.org) lance avec l'appui de la Commission européenne des projets de prévention et d'actions. (Belgique)

    International Foundation for Population and Development (IFPD) (http://www.info-ifpd.org/) est une ONG suisse partenaire d'EuroNGOs (Lausanne).

    Marie Stopes International (http://www.mariestopes.org.uk) est une organisation membre d'EuroGOs qui soutient des programmes de santé de la reproduction dans les pays en développement. (Londres)

    Population Concern (http://www.populationconcern.org.uk) organisation non gouvernementale britannique membre d'EuroGOs qui lutte pour le respect des droits et l'accès aux services de santé de la reproduction. (Londres)

    Population Council (http://www.popcouncil.org) est une source d'information sur les questions de population (New-York).

    V”est–liitto (http://www.vaestoliitto.fi/) est une ONG finlandaise partenaire d'EuroNGOs.

    World Population Foundation (WPF) (http://www.wpf.org/) est une ONG hollandaise partenaire d'EuroNGOs.

    Fédération internationale de gynécologie et d'ostétrique (FIGO) (http//www.figo.org).

    Fédération internationale pour la planification familiale (IPPF) (http//www.ippf.org) est une fédération d'associations de planning familial de 150 pays (Londres).

    Fonds des Nations unies pour la population (FNUAP) (http://www.unfpa.org) est le premier organisme d'assistance en matière de population, aide plus de 160 pays à mettre en places des politiques de population, des services de santé de la procréation, soutient la recherche démographique et mène des campagne d'information sur ces questions (New York).

    Fonds international de développement agricole (FIDA) (http://www.ifad.org/) mobilise les ressources en faveur du développement rural dans les pays pauvres et pour l'amélioration de leurs producations (Rome).

    International confederation of midwives (ICM) (http://www.internationalmidwives.org).

    "C" votre solidarité (http://www.cvotresolidarité.com) est un site portail relativement complet sur les différents modes d'actions humanitaires accessibles à tous. Il comprend également des dossiers d'actualité et des fiches sur des projets de terrain menés par des associations françaises.

    34 Million Friends of UNFPA
    Grassroots effort to find 34 million Americans to each give $1 dollar to provide reproductive health services in the world's poorest countries through the UN Population Fund. The effort sprung up after President Bush witheld the $34 million Congress designated for these services.

    Abortion Access Project
    A Boston-based group working to make abortion a more accessible option in Massachusetts. Advocating a more extensive training of health practitioners to provide abortions, this site has interesting information and some links.

    Abortion Clinics Online
    A comprehensive listing of abortion providers, broken down by country and state. About half of these listings have their own web pages, usually providing contact information, medical facts, and appointment information. There is also a section with links to other pro-choice sites on the Internet, a welcome message that includes a “You Are Not Alone” subsection and information on birth control.

    ACT-UP, New York
    Committed to action to end the AIDS crisis, the ACT-UP site lists activist tips and documents, keeps a current list of action reports, and sells ACT-UP merchandise.

    AIDS Outreach Center
    This resource center has links to AIDS activist groups, safer sex advocates, medical associations, and political organizations that deal with the AIDS crisis.

    Alan Guttmacher Institute
    The Alan Guttmacher Institute (AGI) is a public policy organization that works "to protect the reproductive choices of all women and men--in the United States and throughout the world," including the support of women's "ability to obtain the information and services needed to achieve their full human rights, safeguard their health and exercise their individual responsibilities in regard to sexual behavior, reproduction and family formation." Download their research and publications and learn about the state of reproductive health throughout the world.

    American College of Nurse-Midwives
    Useful for consumers, potential midwives and health care professionals, this site has basic information about nurse-midwifery, tips on how to find a nurse-midwife, having your baby with a nurse-midwife, and education and certification information. Also find nurse-midwifery job opportunities and a strong list of links on pregnancy and childbirth.

    Ann Rose's Ultimate Birth Control Links Page
    Ann Rose’s page is dedicated to educating the public about sexual activity and birth control, and it contains invaluable information on abstinence, condoms, the pill, emergency contraception, hormone implants, and more.

    Atlanta Reproductive Health Centre WWW Woman’s Guide to Contraception, Sexually Transmitted Diseases
    This site includes information on contraception and sexually transmitted diseases as well as Barnard College’s Student Contraception Guide and Student STD Guide.

    Campaign for RU 486 and Contraceptive Research
    The past and present of FMF's campaign for approval and access of this early abortion pill, including Facts on the Medical Uses of Mifepristone, The Fight to Get Mifepristone in the U.S., and How to Get Mifeprex.

    Catholics for a Free Choice (U.S.)
    This D.C.-based group works in partnership with reproductive health,interfaith and Catholic church reform groups that share its commitment to safe, legal reproductive health care and women's equality.

    Center for AIDS Prevention Studies
    Committed to researching the AIDS virus, this center provides information on disease prevention, studies on AIDS and prevention, and ongoing research projects.

    Center for Reproductive Law and Policy
    The Center for Reproductive Law and Policy (CRLP) is a non-profit legal and policy advocacy organization dedicated to promoting women's reproductive rights. CRLP's domestic and international programs engage in litigation, policy analysis, legal research, and public education seeking to achieve women's equality in society and ensure that all women have access to appropriate and freely chosen reproductive health services.

    Center for Reproductive Rights
    The Center for Reproductive Rights is a non-profit legal and policy advocacy organization dedicated to promoting women's reproductive rights. Their site contains frequently updated information on the Center's legal campaigns to improve access to reproductive health care throughout the world, as well as many publications on reproductive health technologies and issues- a great site for research.

    Choice 101 -- Your Online, Abortion-Rights, Education Course
    1) How to Keep Abortion Legal 2) The Anti-abortion War Is About Politics.It's NOT About Saving Babies!

    Citizens for Midwifery
    Citizens for Midwifery is a non- profit, volunteer, grassroots organization. Founded by several mothers in 1996, it is the only national consumer-based group promoting the Midwives Model of Care. The goal of Citizens for Midwifery is to see that the Midwives Model of Care is available to all childbearing women and universally recognized as the best kind of care for pregnancy and birth. Citizens for Midwifery also endorses the Mother-Friendly Childbirth Initiative™.

    Condomania
    Condomania provides information on condoms and various contraceptives, as well as links to information on safer sex, resources and hotlines.

    CondomHall
    CondomHall is a student volunteer nonprofit organization dedicated to students and their sexual health. We provide condoms and condom advice/education as well as information on AIDS and STDs. Students can even get Free Condoms. Our safer sex mission is to help prevent AIDS, STDs and unwanted pregnancies among the student community. Students can even get Free Condoms. We are very discreet and have a 100% Privacy Guarantee.

    Danco Laboratories
    Danco Laboratories markets Mifeprex (the trafde name for mifepristone) in the United States. Their site contains information on mifepristone and its uses, as well as instructions on how to get Mifeprex.

    Dr. Deb's Guide to the Federal Abortion Ban
    This is the first and only website dedicated to the physician perspective on the Federal Abortion Ban. Written in clear and direct language, this site provides stories of patients and doctors who will be affected by the ban, and Dr. Deb answers questions about what the ban really means.

    Early Options
    This site is administered by the National Abortion Federation (NAF) in an effort to "educate and instruct health care professionals...in the safe and effective administration of mifepristone/misoprostol for early medical abortion." NAF is accredited by the ACCME and offers health care professionals the opportunity to obtain CME credits specifically on medical abortion. The site also contains information for women considering medical abortion.

    Emergency Contraceptives
    In the FAQ portion of the site, there is instruction on how to use regularly prescribed pills as an emergency contraceptive.

    Evidence Accrues on Safety, Efficacy, and Acceptability of Early Medical Abortion

    Family Health International
    The site for this non-profit group working to improve the quality of reproductive health care for women around the world contains information on family planning, HIV, AIDS, STDs, and Women’s Studies.

    Feminist Majority Leadership Alliances and Choices Campaign
    Check outfeminist.org's sister site,feministcampus.org, where pro-choice activists from campuses across the nation meet!

    Feminist News Stories on Abortion
    Read dailyfeminist news stories on abortion and reproductive rights written by FMF staff.

    Feminist Women's Health Center of Washington
    This down-to-earth, friendly site contains a great pro-choice store, personal stories, Spanish pages, stories on clinic violence and medical abortion, emergency contraceptive information, Washington state resources and contact information, general women's health information, and more. The site is dedicated to providing empowering and personally supportive information.

    Fundación Mexicana para la Planificación Familiar (MEXFAM)
    A member of IPPF, this organization provides medical and educational services in family planning, reproductive health and options, and sexual education. This site offers information about these topics as well as information about the organization.

    Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
    The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation is "an independent philanthropy focusing on the major health care issues facing the nation." Its main research areas include abortion and reproductive rights, women's health policy, sex education, and HIV/AIDS. Read the daily reports on reproductive health and HIV/AIDS, download research, and get recent public opinion statistics on the issues you care about.

    IDEAS - International Data for Evaluation of Abortion Services
    The International Data for Evaluation of Abortion Services, or IDEAS, website is designed to serve as a resource for reproductive health-care providers and advocates worldwide (http://ideas.ipas.org). Presently, the IDEAS database contains information for 17 countries. This information includes: general country statistics; abortion laws and policies; reproductive-health data; data on abortion(to the extent that it exists); data on the training of health practitioners and equipping of health-care facilities to provide safe abortion care; links to information sources; and a bibliography of resources. IDEAS data have been collected from a variety of sources, including Ministries of Health, professional organizations, local and international bodies, such the World Health Organization, and recent publications on abortion, emergency contraception and other related issues.

    International Planned Parenthood Federation
    This site features weekly news reports, IPPF's monthly Medical Bulletin, and contact information for regional IPPF affiliates around the world. Also find related links, highlights from the IPPF 1996-7 Annual Report, and IPPF's strategic plan in English, French and Spanish.

    Ipas
    This non-profit agency works to "improve women's lives by focusing on reproductive health." The site is available in Spanish, Portuguese, and English, and contains information on many methods of abortion, with a focus on women's empowerment and reducing unsafe abortion procedures.

    Ipas
    Ipas is an international nongovernmental organization that has worked for three decades to reduce abortion-related deaths and injuries; increase women's ability to exercise their sexual and reproductive rights; and improve access to reproductive-health services, including safe abortion care. Ipas's global and country programs include training, research, advocacy, distribution of reproductive health technologies and information dissemination.

    Long Island Association for AIDS Care
    Working to provide information on events, programs and services for people in the New York City and Long Island area.

    March for Women's Lives - April 25, 2004
    Sign up to march on Sunday, April 25, 2004 in a massive national march for reproductive rights.

    Medical Students for Choice
    MSFC is dedicated to ensuring that women receive comprehensive reproductive health care, including abortion. One of the greatest obstacles to safe, legal abortion is the absence of trained providers. Abortion and reproductive health care must be a part of standard medical training and practice. As medical students and residents, we are committed to ensuring that medical practitioners are prepared to provide their patients with the full range of reproductive health care choices.

    Midwives Alliance of North America
    The mission of MANA is to provide a nurturing forum for support and cooperation among midwives. Through our collective strength, we can ensure midwifery care for all mothers and their babies throughout North America.

    Million4Roe
    The US Supreme Court now hangs by a slim 5-4 majority in favor of abortion rights. Sign a petition to ask Senators to filibuster any nominee for the US Supreme Court who does not affirmatively support Roe v. Wade.

    Million4Roe.com
    The Feminist Majority's campaign to save legal abortion through a filibuster strategy is online and ready for you to take action!

    Mothers Without Custody
    A support website with a support group/discussion forum. Inspirational Material, Helpful Links, and more. A warm and comfortable place to share your experiences and discuss being a Non Custodial Mother.

    Names Project
    This site teaches about the AIDS memorial quilt and the Names Project dedicated to remembering the lives of those who have died of AIDS. It features current AIDS statistics, links to related sites, a newsletter on-line, an art gallery of Quilt panels and a traveling schedule of the quilt.

    NARAL-National Abortion & Reproductive Rights Action League
    A well-designed and thorough resource for choice advocacy. It contains information that is hard to find on the web, such as information on D & X abortion, personal stories, a map on legislation, etc. This extensive site is essential for pro-choice news, information, and research on the Internet.

    National Abortion Federation
    This site provides general information on abortion with fact sheets and information on current events and issues. It also contains press releases, resources for women contemplating abortion, information about NAF's toll-free national hotline, a list member clinics, personal stories of patients and providers, and legal and medical resources for providers.

    National Clinic Access Project
    The largest national program tracking violence against abortion clinics and providers, NCAP produces Annual Clinic Violence Surveys, and Anti-Abortion Violence Alerts.

    National Coalition of Abortion Providers
    This nonprofit organization represents the political interests of independent abortion providers in this country. While the site is small, it provides important information on its organizations’ goals and some good links.

    National Network of Abortion Funds
    This group works to provide funds for women who could not otherwise afford an abortion. Find information on the economic discriminations our current legislation fosters and information on the organization's mission. Also find a list of pro-choice links and information for youngfeminists at the site for Hampshire College's Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program.

    North American Registry of Midwives
    The North American Registry of Midwives (NARM) is an international certification agency whose mission is to establish and administer certification for the credential "Certified Professional Midwife" (CPM). This international certification process encompasses multiple educational routes of entry including apprenticeship, self-study, private midwifery schools, college- and university- based midwifery programs, and nurse-midwifery.

    NOW Statement Concerning Mifepristone
    National Organization for Women director of government relations and public policy Jan Erikson urged the FDA's approval of mifepristone at a July 19, 1996 hearing.

    OBGYN.net
    OBGYN.net is the world's largest physician reviewed women's healthcare website in the world. All original content but an excellent clinical collection of links to other women's health resources.

    On Hostile Ground
    This is the website for information about the documetnary film ON HOSTILE GROUND, which profiles three abortion providers around the US. The film is being used in medical school campaigns with MSFC and at Planned Parenthood events nationally, and was featured at a FMF college student conference in 2001. The site has information about the film's availability, a downloadable resource guide, and links to other sites related to reproductive rights.

    OnLine Birth Center
    Information on midwifery, pregnancy, birth, and breastfeeding with related links. Search the news archives of Midwifery Today.

    Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc.
    Planned Parenthood’s site provides information on all aspects of sexual and reproductive health, including contraception/birth control, family planning services, pregnancy, STDs, sexuality education, abortion, pro-choice advocacy, reproductive rights, and also links to related resources. The site also includes a take action message of the week. There are a number of Planned Parenthood affiliates now on the Web; the listings below are taken from the parent Planned Parenthood’s site Links section. Most of the affiliate sites provide contact and location information, sections on medical services, and educational fact sheets.

    Population Council
    The Population Council's website contains general information on medical abortion as well as the results of their clinical trials of mifepristone.

    PPFA - Birth Control
    Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s site contains general information on the different barrier contraceptive methods, fertility awareness methods, long-term contraception, oral contraceptives, permanent methods of birth control, and emergency contraception.

    Prochoice Education Project

    Pro-Choice Education Project
    This coalition of pro-choice organizations runs a campaign to educate young women on the importance of reproductive access.

    Pro-Choice Forum
    The Pro-Choice Forum website is designed for those who have an interest in social, legal and ethical aspects of abortion. Pro-Choice Forum was established as an independent trust in 1997 and its aims are: 1) To increase knowledge about the causes of unwanted pregnancy and 2) to increase knowledge about the social, legal and ethical issues surrounding abortion. The goal of the PI section of the Pro-Choice Forum is to increase research-based knowledge and informed opinion about the psychological aspects of abortion and related reproductive health issues among representatives of advocacy organizations, service providers, policy makers, researchers, journalists and lay persons. More specifically, the PI section offers the following: • Critical summaries of research literature • Reviews and updates of recently published books and articles • Commentaries on best practices in counseling and other psychological service provision • Commentaries, analysis and opinion pieces that take a psychological perspective concerning recent events • Notices about upcoming conferences and meetings • Reports summarizing recent conferences and meetings Psychological Issues is sponsored by the Society for the Psychology of Women-- Division 35 of the American Psychological Association.

    ProChoix
    A French organization that advocates reproductive rights, ProChoix provides resources, articles, and take action information on this French-language website.

    Project Inform
    Providing AIDS information and political action alerts, this site keeps abreast of what the United States government is doing in AIDS-related fields.

    Reproductive Health Technologies Project
    This site contains up-to-date information on reproductive health issues, including Emergency Contraception, microbicides, and early abortion. It is an advocacy- and education-oriented site that keeps abreast of the most recent research.

    Right To Decide
    Right To Decide is a web initiative on reproductive and sexual rights and health. Right To Decide provides an open forum for the permanent exchange of best practices, views and news for anyone who is interested. In order not to approach the wide field of reproductive rights and health all at once the themes that are started with are Youth and Conflict. Over the coming months more themes will be added.

    Riveter
    Blog on the state of reproductive rights in the United States.

    SANDS
    This site is a project of SANDS (a support group for parents who experience miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal death), and is primarily a source of information on SANDS. The site does provide one section that explores a number of issues that arise with miscarriage, stillbirth, and neonatal death.

    Swiss Union for Decriminalizing Abortion
    Union suisse pour decriminaliser l'avortement (Swiss Union for decriminalizing abortion) exists since 1973 and is fighting for abortion rights in Switzerland. We are also collaboration internationally for reproductive rights and have been involved in the Beijing and Beijing+5 process. We hope to obtain legal recognition of abortion on request this year in Switzerland

    United Nations Population Fund
    UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, is "the largest international source of population assistance." They channel money to countries needing assistance in its three main program areas: Reproductive Health including Family Planning and Sexual Health, Population and Development Strategies and Advocacy. Their site has up-to-date research on reproductive health technologies and their availability throughout the world.

    US Committee for the UN Population Fund
    This well-designed website offers information not only on global reproductive rights but specifically on the United States' role and committment to international family planning, reproductive rights, gender equality and the empowerment of women in developing nations through education, advocacy and fundraising.

    Vox: Voices for Planned Parenthood
    Vox is the Latin word for "voice" and Vox®: Voices for Planned Parenthood is a nationwide program to energize and mobilize the new generation of pro-choice Americans. Vox aims to educate and inspire a new generation of young adults to advocate reproductive freedom.

    Water Birth Information
    In-depth information on the use of water in labor, childbirth, and early childhood development. Photo gallery of babies born in water and product information available.

    Westchester Coalition for Legal Abortion
    Dedicated to pro-choice activism, WCLA is a PAC based in Westchester, NY to lobby on a state and federal level. Site contains a newsletter and articles with information about issues concerning abortion as well as links.

    White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood
    The White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood is a group of organizations and individuals that have combined forces to raise international awareness about the need to make pregnancy and childbirth safe for all women and infants. The Alliance hopes to make or keep this issue as a priority of international organizations and governments.

    Women's Choice Clinic
    Thisfeminist clinic is free to women "from fear concerning their bodies, from unwanted pregnancies, from an impersonal medical system and from excessive fees." The clinic is located in Oakland, CA and the site is a good resource for women in that area. Their site contains information on a limited number of health topics.

    Women's Health Action and Mobilization
    The Women's Health Action and Mobilization (W.H.A.M.) organization site provides information on their organization, as well as links to other activist groups, magazines, videos and women¹s issues sites.

    World Health Organization
    Although not specifically geared towards abortion rights, this site is exceptional in its breadth of information on reproductive health and policy. Its search engine is also useful and contains much information on international abortion rights.




Sites féministes

    Feminist Majority's (USA)
    Femmes au Pakistan
    Marche mondiale des femmes
    Pénelopes
    Women action
    La Pie

    Fraternet

    Cybersolidaires (Québec)

    Sisyphe (Québec)

    Le CONGAD (Conseil des organisations non gouvernementales d'appui au développement du Sénégal) (http://www.cig.sn/congad/congad.htm) crée un cadre de concertation et d'actions entre les différents acteurs locaux du développement au Sénégal.

    Enda Tiers Monde (http://www.enda.sn) est une ONG internationale basée au Sénégal.

    Tostan (http://www.tostan.org) est une ONG internationale basée au Sénégal qui lutte contre les mutilations génitales féminines.

    A Study of Solidarity Among Women Activists
    This is a study of the factors that facilitate and impede solidarity among women from different groups who come together to achieve a common goal. This research is approved by the CUNY Graduate Center Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects. If you are: 1) A woman; 2) 18 or older; 3) a current or previous participant in a women's organization, collective, or other type of group, then you are eligible to complete our confidential online survey. 5 participants will be randomly selected to receive $100.00 and every participant will earn a $1 donation to her group.

    Altar Magazine

    AnitaRoddick.com - Get informed, get outraged, get active!
    Get Informed, Get Outraged, Get Inspired, Get Active. Find information and inspiration on globalization, human rights, beauty myths, fair trade, social responsibility, ethical business, environment, activism, entrepreneurship and how you can take action to create change.

    Articles by Kirsten Anderberg
    Kirsten Anderberg writes articles for the independent media on issues ranging from body esteem to homemade cosmetics, to welfare rights, to police accountability...She tackles diverse issues such as sexual safety for women street performers, and sex worker safety at major street protests such as the RNC protests in NYC.

    Befearless
    This Oxygen website features interactive polls as well as news features, information, and connections to activism on a range offeminist and progressive issues, including reproductive rights, affirmative action, GLBT rights, and gun control. It also has specific information for women in the workplace, women in politics, and other areas of interst.

    Carnegie Mellon English Server -feminist and Women's Studies
    The feminism section of this large site contains several dozen links to documents, listings of organizations, and historical references.

    Centre for Leadership for Women
    The Centre at www.leadershipforwomen.com.au was launched in August 2000 with the aim to empower women to recognise their own potential to be Leaders in a work and/or personal context, through experiencing an online environment that allows: women the opportunity to learn from the experiences of leaders, both female and male; undertake self-evaluation; be able to express their personal and professional concerns and needs; and become informed about current leading issues and the individuals who are making it happen. The Centre has a national membership and links to leading women's organisations. It is a part of the National Library of Australia's PANDORA (Preserving and Accessing Networked Documentary Resources of Australia) Archive. It boasts interviews with national and international leaders and has extensive online leadership resources including sections, entitled, Leadership in Action and Leadership Theory. The CLW Leading Issues Journal has the following International Standard Serial Number (ISSN): ISSN 1445-8721 Diann Rodgers-Healey Founder Centre for Leadership for Women (CLW) Email: diann@leadershipforwomen.com.au www.leadershipforwomen.com.au

    Chicago Women's Liberation Union Herstory Project
    Get access to original CWLU documents, memoirs, interviews, essays, posters, photos, and videos. Conduct research on women's history or explore today's opportunities for activism!

    Chico State University A.S. Women's Center
    The A.S. Women's Center is a non-profit, activity fee funded organization run solely by students and volunteers in the community. Since 1971, we have maintained a close relationship with the university and the community. We are dedicated to enriching the educational expierence and quality of life for women in the university. To do this, we ofer academic programs and events to educate and empower women and raise awareness of women's issues on campus. Our objective is to carry the legacy of our foremothers and continue educating people on the importance and neccessity of understanding the history of women's oppression and the current position of women in society. Because women's issues cross so many bountries, we will attempt to interpret, understand and approach the issues from a wide range of interdisciplinary perpectives.

    ElectraPages
    This expansive site contains over 7,000 listings of contact information for organizations, searchable by type, location, location and type, or alphabetically with dozens of entries under "women" and "feminist." Users can also sign up for the National Women's Mailing List to receive snail mail on issues of interest.

    Empowerment4Women
    An online women's publication featuring articles, essays, personal resources, political action center, and more.

    Equality in Marriage
    Developed first to aid women in protecting themselves financially and emotionally before entering a marriage, this non-profit and its website offers advice on broaching tough subjects in a relationship: finances, spirituality, etc. While not offering legal advice for gay and lesbian couples, the site offers valuable advice for any partners on developing an equal relationship, and much information for heterosexual women and men on legal issues like changing or not changing your name, obtaining a prenuptial agreement, and navigating a divorce.

    FeMiNa
    FeMiNa, the "Yahoo" for women, contains a comprehensive list of links on a variety of issues of interest to women including art, computers &science, politics, culture & diversity, and sports & fitness. An important site for finding other sites.

    Feminism and Women's Studies - University of Kentucky
    This page on UK's site contains many links with brief descriptions.

    Feminist Activist Resources on the Net
    This site covers the gamut of women's issues by providing links to a small of number of important sites on a variety of topics including sections such as women of color, sexual harassment and rape, women and economic issues, and political activism.

    Feminist.com
    This site includes links to various women's sites and houses information pages for a number of women's organizations. Find a lookup utility for women's services in your area, classifieds, articles and speeches by prominentfeminists, weekly news updates, a women-owned business section, and news from the Washingtonfeminist FaxNet.

    Feministsociety.com
    Feministsociety.com is a message board where feminists can come together and not only discuss gender issues and feminist theory, but share diverse writings, discuss everyday life, chat, and play. This is not just a forum about feminism, but a forum for feminists, where we can talk about anything without meeting with sexist and objectifying remarks, express openly a feminist perspective on life without anticipation of censure, and be ourselves and feel normal. Our goal is to connect all feminists and to become the microcosm of a potential feminist society.

    FITO
    fringe feminist ezine of artwork, poetry, stories, articles & other unnameable genres that go against the grain...

    FL NOW chapter sites
    At the above address, there is a list of NOW chapter links. We are Morris County NOW. Our site contains a great deal of fine information for those interested. We have our meeting information, latest actions, listings of our TV show schedule, many links to progressive like-minded organizations.

    Forum Barcelona 2004 US
    There are three powerful groups of people, far too long ignored, whose words and actions have the ability to significantly move the world. These unheard voices consist of… * Women—whose feminine perspective, knowledge and experience, always so vital to humankind, is more necessary now than at any time in history. * Youth—whose creative energy, imagination, strength, and ideals represent our best hope for the future. * Volunteers—whose ceaseless contribution and spirit of giving work continuously to heal the conditions caused by humankind’s darker deeds.

    Gender Related Electronic Forums
    Gender-Related Electronic Forums is an annotated, frequently-updated, award-winning listing of publicly-accessible e-mail discussion forums (also known as "lists" or "listservs") related to women or to women-focused gender issues.

    GLWLN
    The Great Lakes Women's Leadership Network project is a broad-based, multicultural, intergenerational organization that provides mentoring and support to Great Lakes women and works to foster positive social change. They offer leadership skills training, education, and opportunities for networking.

    Hadassah
    A women's Zionist organization, Hadassah is committed to healing, teaching, and research on the physical, spiritual, and cultural levels. Find organizational information about this national community of Jewish women at this site. At the site for Hadassah Southern California, find a newsletter and other local information.

    HSU Women's Center

    inforM Women's Studies Database
    The University of Maryland's gigantic database includes conference announcements, calls for papers, employment opportunities, a picture gallery, government documents, bibliographies,classic texts, film reviews, and a collection of women's studies syllabi.

    International Gender and Trade Network
    International Network working gender and trade issues. Comprised of 8 regions in the world. Promoting research, advocacy and trade literacy from a feminist gender perspective.

    International Women's Day Greeting Cards From 123Greetings.com
    International Women's Day is all about the celebration of being a woman. On this occasion, reach out to all the women you admire and who have achieved success in their own way through our collection of ecards.

    Internet Women's Information
    This page with an interesting, busy background contains about a number of links, divided into such categories as Women's Sports, Women's References, and Women Computer Links.

    Jewish Women International
    Jewish Women International is an organization that strengthens the lives of women, children, and families through education, advocacy, and action. Specializing in domestic violence awareness and children's psychological and emotional health, Jewish Women International provides much needed services to local communities as well as through national advocacy efforts.

    Journeywoman
    Journeywoman is the largest travel resource for women on the internet. Filled with 1000's of tips, bits of advice and stories, its mandate is to help women to travel safely and well.

    Kaffeekränzchen
    The ultimate german Women-Forum. Come to us to enjoy your free time, discuss problems and have fun.

    LadyWiki
    An open and public space to discuss about feminist issues and collect information. LadyWiki is also considered to become a place for small engaged projects which can directly publish information there without having to set up a server and website in advance...

    Lesbian.org
    "Promoting lesbian visibility on the Internet," this well-organized site contains links to lesbian mailing lists and Internet sites, with a particular focus on the San Francisco Bay area.

    Magie Dominic
    Magie Dominic, Newfoundland writer and artist speaks about her memoir, "The Queen of Peace Room", Wilfrid Laurier University Press. THE QUEEN OF PEACE ROOM was nominated for three awards: -BOOK OF THE YEAR, 2003,Autobiography, ForeWord Magazine; ,THE 2003 JUDY GRAHN AWARD for Best Lesbian Nonfiction; and The CWSA/ACEF 2004 Book Award (Canadian Women's Studies Association Award). In THE QUEEN OF PEACE ROOM, from a very personal perspective,Dominic explores violence against women in the second half of the twentieth century, and in doing so unearths the memory of a generation.In eight days, she captures half a century.

    MaryMagdalene the Apostle Catholic Gateway
    If you are a Catholic woman ... is Christ calling you to the priesthood? Else, do you know any Catholic woman who feels she is being called to ordained ministry? There is a new gateway to information about ordination of women in the catholic tradition: Mary Magdalene the Apostle Catholic Gateway http://www.catholic-women-priests.org/ The objective of this website is to identify options available to catholic women who are trying to discern a vocation to ordained ministry, but do not have ready access to such information. It should be clearly understood, however, that this gateway does not lead to an "ordination mill". Referrals will be given only to churches and jurisdictions that provide rigorous priestly training -- theologically, pastorally, and spiritually. Bishop Sharon Hart of the Contemporary Catholic Church is the episcopal sponsor of this website. Candidates will be carefully screened, and then viable ones will be given the contact info for jurisdictions and bishops who should be able to test their vocation and provide seminary training, taking into account their theological insights and pastoral gifts. Diversity will be encouraged within the legitimate bounds of the "one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church" (Nicene Creed). Please spread the word ... share this info with your friends and associates, specially women who may have a priestly vocation but need encouragement and counseling ... and please, pray for us. Respectfully, Luis Luis T. Gutierrez secretary@catholic-women-priests.org

    Mediarights.org
    A nonprofit organization "dedicated to promoting media as a tool for social change and education," MediaRights.org is a new resource for activists, "creating an on-line community... for the exchange of ideas and resources" designed to help progressive activists access new media and use it as a tool for change. The site contains sections on race, sex/gender, and sexuality, as well as other topics.

    Mothers Without Custody
    The Mothers Without Custody site is a research base for a tenured State University of New York professor who is interested in gender bias in family law. The site is focused on the issue of women balancing career and family and the injustices suffered by working mothers. Take time to fill out a survey on this site.

    National Organization for Women
    NOW's homepage contains a comprehensive array of information about the organization. Sections include the national editions of NOW Times, press releases and action items, NOW affiliate contact information, and topical information on issues.

    National Women's Party
    The National Women's Party is an historic suffrace and equal rights organization that promotes the equality of women under the law through education and outreach. NWP maintains the Sewall-Belmont House, a museum dedicated to the women's suffrage movement. The site contains information on the National Women's Party and founder Alice Paul, the Sewall-Belmont House, tour information, and more.

    Nervy Girl Magazine
    The magazine for thinking women.

    New York Women's Foundation
    The New York Women's Foundation is "a cross-cultural alliance of women helping low-income girls and women in our city to achieve sustained economic self-sufficiency and self-reliance." The site is mostly focused on the organization, and lists upcoming actions and events.

    Northern Arizona University Women's Studies Online Database
    With hundreds of links on a number of subjects, a list of onlinefeminist periodicals, a list offeminist films and videos, this site has a wealth of useful resources. Also find information on the NAU women's studies program and related campus events.

    NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund
    The site for NOW LDEF includes information on their legal programs on issues such as Reproductive Rights and Gender Equity in Education as well as information regarding their internships, National Judicial Education Program, and legal resource kits.

    Out of the Cave: Exploring Gray's Anatomy
    Brilliant feminist critique of John Gray's Mars&Venus works that also showcases heterosexual couples who are successfully challenging patriarchal norms.

    Pregnancy Symptoms and Pregnant Mother Issues
    Pregnancy-Info.net has a wealth of information concerning pregnancy symptoms and pregnant mother issues. From infertility, prenatal care, to teen pregnancy and cord blood banking, visit pregnancy-info.net today.

    Senior Women Web
    This Web site includes plentiful reading materials and links to sites on a variety of issues, including health, politics, finances, legal issues, education, leisure, home and garden, and more.

    Single Momz
    "By single moms, for single moms," this extensive website answers questions about topics including divorce, child support, custody, and domestic violence. Find a wealth of information including childcare, health, career, and financial advice, but little on lesbian moms. Join a forum to discuss the issues that face single moms today.

    Sisterspirit Coffeehouse
    This web site reflects Sisterspirit's commitment to "providing a safe place for women to gather in the company of women, and to providing a space where women's community and cultures are celebrated and encouraged." Based in San Jose, California.

    Sisyphe English Section
    The Sisyphe web site delivers cutting-edge analysis of current aspects of women's condition, including big issues such as wars, biotechnologies, violence, prostitution, globalization, power relationships, the men's movement, etc. Sisyphe also offers sections dedicated to literature, poetry, education, history and a growing English section. No pop-ups, no advertising, no cookies.

    Sluts Against Rape T-Shirt (Non-Profit)
    How would you like to 1) redefine/reclaim the word 'slut' 2) challenge the idea of who is 'allowed' to be a feminist 3) make the statement that being a sexual creature isn't a green light for sex, AND 4) be funny? What more can you ask for in a t-shirt?

    Society, Politics, and the Environment
    Emily Way's home page contains over 50 links to mainly cutting-edgefeminist resources on feminism, lesbian rights, and the environment.

    Sunshine for Women
    This site contains an interesting collection of links, articles from the National Now Times and a Virginia NOW chapter newsletters, a list of earlyfeminist men, a bibliography of pre-modernfeminist writings, and a list of current books on a variety of topics includingfeminist Chistian Theology.

    The Feminist Chronicles 1953-1993
    Available through the Feminist Majority Foundation Online, this comprehensive work documenting the feminist movement in the United States provides the historical context for women's studies.

    The Institute for Women's Policy Research
    The site for this non-profit organization offers information on IWPR's programs and publications, many of which focus on economic and work-related issues for women.

    The Scholar and the Feminist Online
    A scholarly webjournal of feminist theories and women's movements that provides public access to the Barnard Center for Research on Women's most innovative programming by providing written transcripts, audio and visual recordings, and links to relevant intellectual and social action networks. A forum for scholars, activists, and artists whose work articulates the ever-evolving role of feminism in struggles for social justice. The spring issue is entitled "Young Feminists Take on the Family", edited by Amy Richards and Jennifer Baumgardner.

    The Way Up
    A feminist website in Hebrew - the oldest and largest Israeli feminist website. Deals with empowering women throug information, dialogs, links, advise, support, etc. Contains over 1000 articles, ongoing colomns, consulting colomns, advertising events, providing stage to women creators and to women in all. English part: http://www.haderech.co.il/englishpage.html

    Third Wave
    The page for this organization for youngfeminists contains general information and articles from the Third Wave newsletter, "See it? Tell it. Change it!"

    To the Contrary
    PBS's women's news analysis program offers a range of views on today's most pressing topics.

    University of Wisconsin Women's Studies Library Office
    A wonderful research tool, this site includes multiple bibliographies and a plethora of information of its own -- including book reviews and links to other major women's studies sites.

    Veteran Feminists of America
    Organization of pioneers and veterans of the Second Wave of the Feminist Movement. Goals are to document the history of the movement, honor all who took part, pass the torch to younger generations, etc.. Honored include Gloria Steinem, Ellie Smeal, Betty Friedan, Bunnie Sandler.. all presidents of NOW , Women's Liberation, etc.. See our website www:vfa.us

    VICNET - Women's Issues
    This site contains links on Victorian women, Australia-wide links, and international links.

    Virtual Sisterhood
    An organization created to help women activists around the globe utilize electronic communications, Virtual Sisterhood's web site contains an excellent list of links on a wide variety of cyberspace andfeminist issues plus back issues of its "Women'space" newsletter, "Sea Change."

    Voices
    This online publication is the work of students at the Santa Monica Women's Colleges, and has interesting articles on politics, health, arts, activism, and otherfeminist issues.

    Voices of Women
    A "woman-friendly oasis on the Internet," this Baltimore-based journal contains articles as well as local events and retreats relating to "women's spirituality and empowerment."

    Webgrrls Unite!
    Webgrrls is an organization for women and girls who run their own Web pages. Their Website includes a list of real-life chapters throughout the US, a directory of Web pages by women, the history of Webgrrls, and news about recent events.

    Women and Talent
    perspectives on developing multiple talents and exceptional ability - information and inspiration to enhance achievement and creative expression

    Women Leaders Online
    Dedicated to mobilizing women over the Internet, empowering women politically and stopping the anti-women agenda of the Radical Right, visit WLO for articles, news, alerts, and the Washingtonfeminist Faxnet. Also see WLO's projectWomen Organizing for Change for Congressional voting records, a senate contact page, current federal abortion legislation, and alerts.

    Women Online Worldwide
    Featuring its bi-monthly Tapestry Webzine, this site also includes chat rooms, a message board, links on several issues, a shareware file library, and information about Women's Intercultural Network.

    Women2Women
    "A community which provides support, resources, fun, and education for adult women about their life choices." Featuring an online bookstore, a newsletter, and an arts and letters section, this site has many active message boards on various issues.

    Women's Day Greetings,International Women's Day Greetings,Ecards From
    International Women's Day is a special day indeed ! On this day rech out to all the special women you know to appreciate and congratulate their efforts in varied areas in both workplace and home.

    Women's E-News
    Women's E-News offers daily feature stories on women's andfeminist issues, written by freelance journalists nationwide. Stories cover a wide range of topics.

    Women's Environmental Council
    The Women's Environmental Council site provides membership and volunteer opportunities to residents of Southern California with an interest in environmental conservation. The site promotes women's involvement in environmental activism and career opportunities inscience.

    Women's Information Network
    This is a service-oriented site that provides free social service referrals for women on a range of issues, from substance abuse to domestic violence.

    Women's Issues Guide
    This issues-oriented site features weekly articles, news coverage, and information on politics and legislation affecting women, plus extensive links on a wide array of topics.

    Women's Net @ IGC
    WomensNet supports women's organizations worldwide by providing and adapting telecommunications technology to enhance their work. Find headlines, action alerts & events, changing features, and links to a small number of sites in each of several different topics

    Women's Research and Education Institute
    This site contains information on a variety of issues concerning women, with a large section of resources on women in the U.S. military.

    Women's Resource Project
    Maintained by North Carolina students, this site contains a large number of links on several topics.

    Women's Retreats and Workshops - A Woman's Way
    A Woman's Way is a healing sanctuary, a place where women can find balance and discover that they already are the women they aspire to become. Join us for retreats for women in beautiful Sedona, Arizona.

    Women's Wire
    This graphics-heavy site takes an entertaining approach to many issues affecting women. Find chat rooms, profiles of women and issues, and "backtalk" areas where users take a poll and submit anecdotes. Some of the seven main issue areas include news, body, and work. The Sylvia comic strip is just one of the site's many diversions, but underneath its slick ad-laden image are the issue-based community elements from its original dial-up e-mail service.

    Womensday-ECards.com
    Women's Day eCards,Cards,Women's Day eCards,Women's Day Greetings From Womensday-Ecards.com

    Word Power Books
    Independent Online Bookshop

    World Feminism
    World Feminism (www.worldfeminism.com) is a new e-zine/journal that is dedicated to feminism (of all sorts). Te aim of World Feminism is to disseminate information about feminism and create a debate between feminists all over the world. We are currently still looking for writers. We only accept non-fiction but it can be in the form of essays, academic work, journalistic articles, humour pieces or opinion pieces. There is unfortunately no payment but you get to have your work published on a new website and help support feminism!!! Contact us at info@worldfeminism.com

    WWWomen
    Billing itself as the "premier search directory for women online," this site has an overwhelming list of links on a variety of subjects relating to women including feminism, education, sports and technology, health, and an extensive section on lesbian visibility. Site descriptions are brief.


    ACLU - Reproductive Rights
    The American Civil Liberties Union discusses its role in stopping clinic violence.

    Feminist Majority Foundation: National Clinic Access Project
    The largest national program tracking violence against abortion clinics and providers, NCAP produces Annual Clinic Violence Surveys, and Anti-Abortion Violence Alerts.

    NARAL's Clinic Violence Internet Resources
    The National Abortion Rights Action League's site serves as a launch pad to other related Internet resources.

    NBC- Clinic Attacks
    NBC news broadcasting station's site includes information on clinic violence, state-by-state with a clickable map of the United States.

    Planned Parenthood: Stop Clinic Violence
    Planned Parenthood's site on clinic violence includes suggestions on how to stop clinic violence.

    R.E.A.C.H.
    Sexual Assault Crisis Center 24 hour crisis Hotline Support groups, referrals, Advocacy, and individual appointmenst. Therapist referral

     

     

Sites antiracistes

Ras l'front, contre le fascisme www.raslfront.org 

Antifa, portail international antifasciste www.antifa.net 

Réseau No Pasaran www.samizdat.net/nopasara 



Sites pour le droit de mourir dans la dignité

    Association pour le Droit de Mourir dans la Dignité : Mail : admd@club-internet.fr
    ADMD Belge

     

    Délégations de l'ADMD

    01 AIN
    Odile CURTET
    7 rue du 23ème Régiment Infanterie
    01000 BOURG-EN-BRESSE
    Tél. : 04-74-22-37-24

    PAYS DE GEX
    Claude Jean LENOIR
    rés. les Fontaines Chatelard
    23B rue de Meyrin
    01210 FERNEY-VOLTAIRE
    Tél. : 04-50-42-89-02
    e-mail : cjlenoir@wanadoo.fr


    02 AISNE
    Voir au 51


    03 ALLIER
    Jeanine GUERRE
    Résidence Albert 1er
    35 rue Ste Cécile
    03200 VICHY
    Tél. : 04-70-98-65-67
    (18h à 22h)


    04 ALPES-DE-HAUTE PROVENCE
    Gisèle DRON
    6 chemin de Tavanet
    Quartier Puymaure
    05000 GAP
    Tél. : 04-92-52-11-23
    e-mail : drongiseadmd@yahoo.fr


    05 HAUTES-ALPES
    Claude ORECCHIONI
    Impasse de la Dour
    La Gérarde
    05330 ST-CHAFFREY
    Tél. : 04-92-21-05-71
    e-mail : claude.orec@wanadoo.fr


    06 ALPES-MARITIMES
    Est
    Marcel HOFF
    résidence Elysée
    13 rue des Michels
    06110 LE CANNET
    Tél. : 04-93-45-52-39
    e-mail : marcel.hoff@cegetel.net


    07 ARDECHE
    voir au 26


    08 ARDENNES
    Voir au 51


    09 ARIEGE
    Daniel RIEU
    Encausse, route de Saudech
    09200 ST-GIRONS
    Tél. : 05-61-66-14-68


    10 AUBE
    voir au 51


    11 AUDE
    Lionel CLANZIG
    9 bis rue du Boulodrome
    11370 LEUCATE
    Tél : 04-68-40-07-41
    e-mail : lionel.clanzig@free.fr


    13 BOUCHES-DU-RHONE
    Dominique GAMBARELLI
    Admd, Maison des Associations
    93 La Canebière
    13001 MARSEILLE
    Tél. : 04-91-82-32-91


    14 CALVADOS
    Béatrice MILLET
    22 rue de la Gare
    14300 CAEN
    Tél. : 02-31-83-09-70
    e-mail : millet.beatrice@caramail.com


    16 CHARENTE
    Jean-Michel NIVET - Chez Grelet
    16410 GARAT
    Tél. : 05-45-25-02-89
    e-mail : admd.16@wanadoo.fr ou jm.nivet@wanadoo.fr


    17 CHARENTE-MARITIME


    18 CHER
    Alain PENNETIER
    Ecluse de Ripière
    18130 DUN-SUR-AURON
    Tél. : 06-75-03-14-29
    e-mail : apennetier@wanadoo.fr


    19 CORREZE
    Claude DEGUILLAUME
    7 rue de la Montane
    19000 TULLE
    Tél. : 06-30-32-63-48


    21 COTE-D'OR
    Claude GUILLAME
    11 allée des Ruchottes
    21240 TALANT
    Tél. : 03-80-57-36-58


    22 COTES-D'ARMOR
    Claire BAZIN
    La Matz
    22490 PLOUEUR-SUR-RANCE
    Tél. : 02-96-89-15-74


    23 CREUSE
    Colette DUBOIS
    4 rue Sylvain Blanchet
    23000 GUERET
    Tél. : 05-55-52-30-26


    24 DORDOGNE
    Jean-Pierre BOUCHAREL
    19 rue Emile Chaumont
    24000 PERIGUEUX
    Tél. : 05-53-09-82-93


    25 DOUBS
    Jacqueline BELLI-DELLIAGE
    ADMD - BP 3121
    25047 BESANÇON cedex
    e-mail : crance-belli@wanadoo.fr


    26 DROME
    Jacques BESSET
    Terrasse de Chabalet
    26600 LA ROCHE-DE-GLUN
    Tél. : 04-75-84-62-64
    e-mail : besset@valrhoma.fr

    27 EURE
    Ginette FAGARD
    12 allée du Domaine
    27180 LES BAUX- SAINTE-CROIX
    Tél. : 02-32-24-35-16
    e-mail : ginette.fagard@tiscali.fr


    29 FINISTERE
    Elisabeth CABASSE
    Kergavarec
    29490 GUIPAVAS
    Tél. : 02-98-28-12-86
    e-mail : admd.brest@laposte.net


    30 GARD
    Denise CUNIBERTI
    ADMD - BP 1441
    30017 NIMES CEDEX 1


    31 HAUTE-GARONNE
    Marie-Antoinette MARTY
    ADMD - BP 49
    31012 TOULOUSE Cedex
    Tél. : 05-61-62-08-23

    32 GERS
    Gilbert BALLESTER
    60 rue du Périgord
    31270 VILLENEUVE-TOLOSANE
    Tél. : 06-08-24-53-74

    33 GIRONDE
    Michel CRANG
    Clos du Maransin
    33440 AMBARES
    Tél. : 05-56-77-71-40


    34 HERAULT
    Guy OLIVIER
    3 chemin de la République
    34800 CLERMONT L'HERAULT
    Tél. : 04-67-96-12-66


    35 ILLE-ET-VILAINE
    Jane CHAUSSY
    5 rue Toullier
    35000 RENNES
    Tél. : 02-99-78-35-53
    e-mail : admd.35@9online.fr


    36 INDRE


    37 INDRE-ET-LOIRE
    Jean SAUTEREAU
    6 rue de Rigny
    37300 JOUE-LES-TOURS
    Tél. : 02-47-53-20-80
    e-mail : jean.sautereau@laposte.net


    38 ISERE
    Raymond CULAS
    ADMD - maison des associations
    2 rue Berthe de Boissieux
    38000 GRENOBLE
    Tél. : 06-75-59-74-46
    e-mail : admd.38@wanadoo.fr
    Permanences:
    - BOURGOIN JAILLEU: 1er mardi de chaque mois - 17h à 18h
      24rue Bovier Lapierre
    - GRENOBLE: 1er lundi de chaque mois - 14h30 à 16h30
      Maison des associations
    - VOIRON: 2ème jeudi de chaque mois - 14h30 à 16h30
      centre social Charles Béraudier


    39 JURA
    Claudine DELIGNY-BORETTI
    64 cours Sully
    39000 LONS-LE-SAULNIER
    Tél. : 06-89-27-19-73
    email: cl.deligny@wanadoo.fr


    40 LANDES
    Pierre DUMOULIN
    le Blanc
    40170 ST JULIEN-EN-BORN
    Tél. : 05-58-42-89-84


    41 LOIR-ET-CHER
    Jeanne MONNIER
    7 bd Mermoz
    41800 MONTOIRE-SUR-LE-LOIR
    Tél. : 02-54-86-62-85


    42 LOIRE
    Jean-Paul GREBAN
    41 rue de Montesquieu
    42100 SAINT-ETIENNE
    Tél. : 04-77-33-21-62


    43 HAUTE-LOIRE
    Henri FARJOT
    Entrée D - résidence Vert Bois
    22 av. Henri Dunant
    43000 LE-PUY-EN-VELAY
    Tél. : 04-71-02-84-62


    44 LOIRE-ATLANTIQUE
    Yannick-Noëlle BONNEAU
    4 rue Léon Bérard
    44200 NANTES
    Tél. : 02-40-47-43-01


    45 LOIRET
    Michèle JEROME
    25 rue Winston
    45100 ORLEANS
    Tél. : 02-38-63-34-63
    e-mail : jeromtail@wanadoo.fr

    Michel CRESPIN
    5 rue du docteur Schweitzer
    45100 ORLEANS
    Tél. : 02-38-63-00-03
    e-mail : mcrespin@yahoo.com


    46 LOT
    Maurice SOULIE
    la Mossoronière
    46360 CRAS
    Tél. : 05-65-36-87-97
    e-mail : maurice.soulie@wanadoo.fr


    47 LOT-ET-GARONNE
    Claudette LEVEQUE
    6 rue Hélène Boucher
    47520 LE PASSAGE
    Tél : 05-53-98-19-55


    49 MAINE-ET-LOIRE
    Françoise THARRAULT
    6 rue de la Foussadière - Bagneux
    49400 SAUMUR
    Tél. : 02-41-50-67-87

    Régis MORIAUX
    38 rue du chèvrefeuille
    49000 ANGERS
    Tél. : 02-41-47-19-99
    e-mail : regismoriaux@aol.com


    50 MANCHE
    Nicole BOUCHETON
    Hameau Delay
    50260 RAUVILLE-LA-BIGOT
    Tél. : 02-33-21-30-85
    e-mail : g6cats@wanadoo.fr


    51 MARNE
    Annie GUILLEMIN
    ADMD - BP 2811
    51053 REIMS CEDEX
    Tél. : 03-26-88-20-51
    e-mail : admdmarne@aol.com


    52 HAUTE-MARNE
    Claude HURY
    2 rue de l'Eglise
    52000 NEUILLY-SUR-SUIZE
    Tél. : 03-25-01-82-10
    e-mail : chatba@wanadoo.fr


    53 MAYENNE
    Henri CHAMARET
    67 rue d'Avesnières
    53000 LAVAL
    Tél. : 02-43-49-28-25
    e-mail : admd.53@tele2.fr


    54 MEURTHE-ET-MOSELLE
    Odile REGENT
    5 rue de Paris
    54000 NANCY
    Tél. : 03-83-98-05-64


    56 MORBIHAN
    Pierre TALOU
    8 rue des Bleuets
    56260 LARMOR-PLAGE
    Tél. : 02-97-65-56-66


    57 MOSELLE
    Claude WALTER
    9 rue des Vosges
    57070 METZ
    Tél. : 03-87-74-00-33


    58 NIEVRE
    Henri RIGAL
    81 bis rue des Montapins
    58000 NEVERS
    Tél. : 03-86-59-30-22


    59 NORD
    Admd
    23 rue Gosselet
    59000 LILLE
    Tél. : 03-20-88-27-46
    e-mail : admd59@wanadoo.fr


    60 OISE
    Anny ADAM
    App 664, Bloc B, Bat K
    9 rue Henri Lebesgue
    60000 BEAUVAIS
    Tél. : 03-44-05-29-08
    e-mail : adam.anny@wanadoo.fr


    61 ORNE
    Gisèle LE PRIEUR
    4 allée Rochebrune
    61100 FLERS
    Tél. : 02-33-64-82-34


    62 PAS-DE-CALAIS
    ADMD
    Maison des associations
    rue Hagueneau
    62100 CALAIS


    63 PUY-DE-DOME

    64 PYRENEES-ATLANTIQUES
    Pau
    Michèle DELAINE
    5 rue de Touya
    64260 ARUDY
    tél.: 05-59-05-60-10

    St. Jean-de-Luz
    Yvonne AMBROISE
    Villa Quieta, rue Joachim de Haristeguy
    64500 ST. JEAN-DE-LUZ
    Tél. : 05-59-26-15-89


    65 HAUTES-PYRENEES
    Alain BARROUILLET
    7 rue du Prince Mirat
    65100 LOURDES
    Tél. : 05-62-42-16-08


    66 PYRENEES-ORIENTALES
    ADMD
    Maison des associations
    52 boulevard du maréchal Foch
    66000 PERPIGNAN


    67 BAS-RHIN
    Georgette ARBOGAST
    26 rue Constant Strohl
    67000 STRASBOURG
    Tél. : 03-88-31-76-71


    68 HAUT-RHIN
    Jean-Daniel NESSMANN
    42 rue de la Promenade
    68040 INGERSHEIM
    Tél. : 03-89-27-11-21
    e-mail : jd.nessmann@wanadoo.fr


    69 RHONE
    Hubert SAPIN
    ADMD - Centre Culturel
    234 cours Emile Zola
    69100 VILLEURBANNE
    Tél. : 04-78-85-77-41


    70 HAUTE-SAÔNE
    Patricia MAITRET
    21 rue Victor Hugo
    70100 GRAY
    Tél. : 03-84-64-87-78


    71 SAÔNE-ET-LOIRE
    Guy CHAUMIER
    2 rue du Roy Gontran
    71100 CHALON/SAONE
    Tél. : 03-85-93-62-74
    e-mail : guy.chaumier@wanadoo.fr


    72 SARTHE
    Solange ALEXANDRE
    183 quai Ledru Rollin
    72000 LE MANS
    Tél. : 02.43.23.40.69


    73 SAVOIE
    Marie-Jo BOUDIER
    12 rue de la Carnière
    73230 SAINT-ALBAN-LEYSSE
    Tél. : 04-79-33-32-69


    74 HAUTE-SAVOIE
    Arlette BLANC
    10 rue René Naudin
    74100 ANNEMASSE
    Tél. : 04-50-92-23-55


    75 PARIS
    6e, 7e - Edith DEYRIS
    14 boulevard Saint Michel
    75006 PARIS
    Tél. : 01-46-33-32-76

    8e - Janine GIRNT
    23 rue du Cirque
    75008 PARIS
    Tél. : 01-42-66-56-75

    11e - Béatrice LOSICE
    (délégation jumelée avec celle du 12e)
    maison des associations du 12e arrondissement
    181 avenue Daumesnil (boite N°55)
    75012 PARIS
    - Permanence tous les mardis de 15h30 à 17h00 sauf jours fériés
    - Réunion mensuelle le deuxième samedi de chaque mois de 15h30 à 17h00 sauf jours fériés
    Tél. : 01-43-57-97-56 (répondeur dans la journée) et 06-86-88-88-18
    Fax: 01-43-14-60-04
    e-mail : beatrice.losice@laposte.net

    12e - Francis PASQUINELLY
    (délégation jumelée avec celle du 11e)
    maison des associations du 12e arrondissement
    181 avenue Daumesnil (boite N°55)
    75012 PARIS
    - Permanence tous les mardis de 15h30 à 17h00 sauf jours fériés
    - Réunion mensuelle le deuxième samedi de chaque mois de 15h30 à 17h00 sauf jours fériés
    Tél. : 01-43-72-58-51 et 06-30-14-74-51
    Fax: 01-72-38-28-39
    e-mail : tempersol@9online.fr

    13e - Michelle CARRE
    32 boulevard Arago
    75013 PARIS
    Tél. : 01-45-35-02-15
    e-mail : michellecarre@wanadoo.fr

    14e - Françoise STELLER
    91 rue de la Tombe-Issoire
    75014 PARIS
    Tél. : 01-43-35-42-80
    e-mail : erwin.steller@wanadoo.fr

    Marcel DELORO
    15 rue Sarrette
    75014 PARIS
    Tél. : 01-43-22-84-48
    e-mail : deloro@wanadoo.fr

    15e - Jean GUIHOT
    9 rue Franquet
    75015 PARIS
    Tél : 01-45-32-78-78

    16e - Jean-Charles Lombard
    5 rue Georges Sand
    75016 PARIS
    Tél : 01-45-27-33-78

    18e, 19e, 20e - Régine GRASSANO
    50 rue de Crimée
    75019 PARIS
    Tél. : 01-42-01-01-62
    e-mail : grassano.rebecca@wanadoo.fr


    76 SEINE-MARITIME
    Daniel ANGER
    21 route de Sahurs
    76113 ST-PIERRE-DE-MANNEVILLE
    Tél. : 02-35-32-02-69


    77 SEINE-ET-MARNE
    Nord - Nadine KINZIGER
    14 rue de Chamigny
    77260 LA FERTE-SOUS-JOUARRE
    Tél. : 01-60-22-05-32


    78 YVELINES
    Claude MARTIN
    11 avenue Montaigne
    78960 VOISINS-LE-BRETONNEUX
    Tél. : 01-30-44-03-04


    79 DEUX-SEVRES
    Odette SABOURIN
    5 avenue Pierre de Ronsard
    79000 NIORT
    Tél. : 05-49-73-46-31


    80 SOMME
    Voir au 60


    81 TARN
    Michèle GAURUEL
    21 lot. la Violette
    81160 ARTHES
    Tél. : 05-63-45-34-32


    82 TARN-ET-GARONNE
    Joëlle BONNET
    66 rue des Trieuses
    82200 MOISSAC
    Tél. : 06-71-50-49-49


    83 VAR
    Est
    Michel PRADEAU
    31 avenue Benjamin Freze
    83120 STE-MAXIME
    Tél. : 04-94-49-16-45
    e-mail : michel.pradeau@voila.fr

    Ouest
    Jean-Marie POP
    Domaine de l’Estagnol
    Impasse de l’Estalle
    83400 HYERES
    Tél. : 04-94-65-58-37
    e-mail : pop.jm-cheber.cl@wanadoo.fr


    84 VAUCLUSE
    Lucien NIEBEL
    les Tilleuls
    2 place Borodine
    84000 AVIGNON
    Tél. : 06-08-99-59-69


    85 VENDEE

    Antenne des Pays d'OLONNE
    Janine et Gilbert AUBRUN
    39 rue de Montauban
    85100 LES-SABLES-D'OLONNE
    Tél. : 02-51-32-64-62


    86 VIENNE
    Henri GERBY
    11 rue Auguste Naudin
    86440 MIGNE-AUX-ANCES
    Tél. : 05-49-54-44-68


    87 HAUTE-VIENNE
    Michel JOUBERT
    20 rue Eugène Delacroix
    87100 LIMOGES
    Tél. : 05-55-37-30-67
    e-mail : joubert.michel.limoges@wanadoo.fr


    88 VOSGES
    Roland LOFFROY
    53 rue d'Alsace
    88000 DEYVILLIERS
    Tél. : 06-16-79-27-93

    89 YONNE
    Michèle SKOWRON
    46 rue du Temple
    89000 AUXERRE
    Tél. : 03-86-52-42-53


    90 TERRITOIRE-DE-BELFORT
    Marc DREYFUS
    ADMD
    IDEE, rue Jean-Pierre Melville
    90000 BELFORT
    Tél. : 03-84-21-24-74
    e-mail : madreyfus@wanadoo.fr


    91-ESSONNE
    Rolande TOURTEAU-FONTENELLE
    21 av. de la République
    91170 VIRY-CHATILLON
    Tél. : 01-69-05-83-58


    92-HAUTS-DE-SEINE
    Jacques MAZIERES
    10 domaine de Seignelay
    92290 CHATENAY MALABRY
    Tél. : 01-47-02-58-74
    e-mail : admd92@yahoo.fr

    93-SEINE-ST-DENIS
    Eliane GRAMET
    résidence du Val de Marne
    6 allée des Plumeraies
    93300 NEUILLY-SUR-MARNE
    Tél. : 01-43-08-16-81


    94-VAL-DE-MARNE
    Jacqueline PREVOST
    13 square Jules Guesde
    94270 LE-KREMLIN-BICETRE
    Tél. : 01-46-58-86-98
    e-mail : jprevost@ifrance.com


    95 VAL-D’OISE
    Ouest

    Est
    Anne-Marie SARTHE-MOUREOU
    12 rue des Chasseurs
    95100 ARGENTEUIL
    Tél. : 01-39-82-22-98
    email : am.sarthe@club-internet.fr


    97 LA GUADELOUPE
    Annie BABU
    Cap Emeraude - 21 domaine de Nogent
    97115 SAINTE ROSE
    Tél. : 05-90-20-77-06
    e-mail : babu.iemf@wanadoo.fr


    97 LA REUNION
    Jean-Louis GIRONES
    175 ruelle Larivière Cambuston
    97440 SAINT ANDRE
    Tél. : 02-62-58-53-18
    e-mail : jean-louis.girones@wanadoo.fr


    98 MONACO
    Raymond CREMA
    23 rue des Orchidées
    98000 MONTE CARLO
    Tél. : 377-93-30-32-09




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