List of feminist parties


List of feminist parties

This is a list of political parties oriented around feminism and women's issues.

Argentina

*Humanist Party
*National Feminist Party (historical)
*Female Peronist Party (historical)

Armenia

*Shamiram Women's Movement

Australia

*Women for Canberra Movement
*Australian Women's Party (1943)
*Australian Women's Party (1977)
*Australian Women's Party (1995)
*What Women Want

Austria

*Austrian Women's Party (historical)

Belarus

*Belarusian Women's Party "Nadzieja"

Belgium

*General Party of Women (historical)
*United Feminist Party

Bulgaria

*Democratic Women's Union

Cambodia

*Cambodian Women's Party

Canada

*Feminist Party of Canada
*FemINist INitiative of BC (British Columbia)

Chile

*Chilean Women's Party
*Women's Progressive Party

Republic of China (Taiwan)

*Women's Party

Costa Rica

*New Femminist League Party

Cuba

*National Feminist Party (historical)

Czech Republic

*Public for Family—Women's Party (Czechoslovakia))

Denmark

*Women's Party (Greenland)

Egypt

*National Feminist Party
*Daughter of the Nile Union

Finland

*Women's Party

France

*United Feminist Party

Georgia

*Women's Party of Georgia

Germany

*Women's Party (West Germany)
*Feminist Party of Germany

Hungary

*Christian Women's Party (historical)
*Hungarian Women's Party
*Hungarian Feminist Party

Iceland

*Women's List

India

*Womanist Party of India
*United Women Front

Iran

*Women's Party

Israel

*Women's International Zionist Organization (no longer electoral)
*Women's Party (historical)
*Yitzug Shaveh

Japan

*Japan Women's Party

outh Korea

*Korean Independence Patriotic Women's Party
*Korean Housewife Party
*Chosen Women's National Party
*Women's Organization Party
*Korean Women's National Party

Kyrgyzstan

*Democratic Women's Party of Kyrgyzstan

Lithuania

*Women's Party

Moldova

*Association of Women of Moldova

Namibia

*Namibia Women's Action for Equality Party

Netherlands

*Practical Politics (historical)
*Netherlands Women's Party

Nigeria

*Nigerian Women's Party

Norway

*Oslo Women's Party (historical)
*Bodø Women's Party (historical)

Panama

*Feminist National Party

Philippines

*Gabriela Women’s Party (GABRIELA)

Poland

*Women's Party

Russia

*All-Russian Union for Women's Equality (historical)
*Female Party (Tomsk)
*United Women's Party (St. Petersburg)
*Women's Progressive Party (historical)
*Women of Russia
*Russian Women's Party

erbia

*Women's Party (non-electoral, Yugoslavia)
*Civic Alliance of Serbia

outh Africa

*Nationalist Women's Party (historical)
*Women's Rights Peace Party
*South African Women's Party

pain

*Feminist Party

weden

*Women's Party
*Feminist Initiative

Turkey

*Women's Party

Ukraine

*Ukrainian Christian Women's Party
*All-Ukrainian Party of Women's Initiative
*Women's Party of Ukraine
*Women for the Future
*Women for the Future of Children
*Women of Ukraine
*Women's People Party United
*Solidarity of Women of Ukraine

United Kingdom

*Women's Party (historical)
*Northern Ireland Women's Coalition (Northern Ireland)

United States

*Equal Rights Party
*National Woman's Party (historical, did not run its own candidates)
*Feminist Party
*Twenty-First-Century Party
*Freedom Socialist Party
*Peace and Freedom Party
*Women's Party for Survival

Uruguay

*Independent Democratic Feminist Party (historical)


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