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United Nations Relations

Belize City, Belize - The theme of "A Women's Movement for Real Change" inspired Belize women to seek leadership roles in their community and nation as they gathered on March 9 for a celebration of the International Women's Day.

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Jerusalem, Israel - A new Holistic and Healing Center to serve local women opened on March 9 in conjunction with an International Women's Day celebration.

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Viewpoints about "Equal Rights, Equal Opportunities, Progress for All," expressed during observances of  International Women's Day 2010 organized by the Universal Peace Federation.

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Moscow and Novosibirsk, Russia - Representatives of the Universal Peace Federation, Russian branch took part in the traditional International Women’s Day celebration on March 8 at the UN Informational Center in Moscow under the slogan, “Equal rights, equal opportunities mean general progress.” The UPF representatives supported the UN call for NGOs and public organizations to increase their efforts to secure women's rights and opportunities in modern society.

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Gangtok-Sikkim, India - "A Women's Movement for Real Change" was the theme of a March 8 gathering in the capital of Sikkim.

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