Today, it is a nonpartisan organisation, focusing on women's political, legal and human rights as well as equal opportunities, and on the implementation of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women in particular.
Bruzelius who became President for the second time in glrls Membership has always been open to both men and women. From its establishment and well into the 20th century, the organisation was strongly associated with the Liberal Party ; its founders included several Norwegian Prime Ministers, leaders of the Liberal Party and many liberal Members of Parliament as well as the editors of the large liberal newspapers and public figures such as novelist Alexander Kielland.
The organisation had its offices in Sehesteds gate 1 in Oslo for many years, and now has its offices in Majorstuveien 39 at Majorstuen in central Oslo. Members of the organization, such as its long-time Norwefian Eva Kolstadwho served on the United Nations Commission on the Status of Womenalso pioneered United Nations gender equality policies. The association also initiated the establishment of the Norwegian Women's Public Health Association Norwegian : Norske Kvinners Sanitetsforeninga humanitarian organisation, which grew to become Norway's largest women's organisation with aroundmembers at one Casual Hook Ups Beverly hills California 90211.
Historically, the NKF was the most important association of the Norwegian bourgeois or Nowegian women's movement associated chiefly with the Liberal Partyin contrast to the labour women's movement associated with the Labour Party. Bruzeliusthe incumbent President, is a former Supreme Court Justice and became the first female Permanent Secretary in Norway in History[ edit ] NKF's current offices in Majorstuveien 39 in Noreegian borough of Frogner in central Oslo NKF's founder Gina Kroga liberal politician and the principal leader of the struggle Looking in a winter wonderland women's right to vote in Norway The Norwegian Association for Women's Rights was founded in by prominent Norwegians, led firls the liberal politician and women's rights pioneer Gina Krog and liberal Member of Parliament and the first editor-in-chief of Dagbladet Hagbart Berner.
While NKF was influenced by the second wave of feminism Noreegian the s, it was the "only feminist organisation that was primarily based on the idea of gender equality. More than seven decades on from the war, not many of the women directly affected are likely to still be alive to hear it.
His mother, Else Huth from Sarpsborg was just 22 in when she fell in love with a year-old German soldier. Reidar Gabler attended the event and told Norwegian media that the apology meant a lot to his family.
Many of the Norwegian-German children were born in the German-administered Lebensborn Fountain of Life maternity facilities set up from by the Nazis in the country. An apology can mean that groups receive answers to their treatment," Guri Hjeltnes gorls head of the centre said.
Punishments included being deprived of civil rights, detained or expelled from the country to Germany along with their children.