Alexandria Declaration on Women’s rights in Islam

Tripoli, 11 March 2014:

During the International conference, "Women's Issues: Towards a contemporary Islamic Ijtihad ", participants discussed the importance and significance of issuing a declaration that springs from cognitive and cultural grounds, and asserts legitimate rights of women in Muslim-majority societies.

The conference organized by the Bibliotheca Alexandria, Egypt, in collaboration with a number of civil society organizations during the period 10 - 11 March, 2014, maintained that participants produce a declaration that meets women’s aspirations for justice and equality, and acknowledges their creeds and cultural diversity.

This Declaration is grounded . . .

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