BWU


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BWUBarbados Workers Union
BWUBurmese Women's Union (est. 1995; Myanmar)
BWUBaan World Users (Netherlands; software users association)
BWUBlue White United (fan club)
BWUBoiling Water Unit
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At the 1954 meeting, the Commission did not agree to lower the catch limit by 500 BWU from the original 15,500, despite the fact that the IWC's Scientific Sub-Committee was recommending a cut to 14,500 BWU (IWC, 1955a).
"The big picture here is to train, educate and empower citizens across the kingdom especially in the villages," said BWU president and project head Mariam Al Rowaie.
(39) It first utilized a measure called blue whale units, or BWUs, to measure whale takes.
The decline in whale stocks was mainly brought about by the IWC's overall misallocation of quotas by using the blue whale unit (BWU) as the measure of whale stocks[12].
The GDN reported in September that a survey conducted by the Bahrain Women's Union (BWU) revealed that children of at least 700 Bahraini women were prevented from becoming citizens of the country.
26 (BNA): The Joint Committee between the Supreme Council for Women (SCW) and the Bahraini Women Union (BWU) held a meeting at the SCW's premises in Riffa today.
Their ignorance about Sharia law often allows cases to be ruled in favour of their husbands, said Bahrain Women Union (BWU) family counsellor Hanan Abdulla.
It is part of a campaign called #MakeADifference, supported by the BWU, Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society, Bahrain Young Ladies Association, Women's Crisis Care International, and Citizens for Bahrain, and is available online at https://goo.gl/Q2iCF3.
Manama, May 2 (BNA): The Supreme Council for Women (SCW)'s General Secretariat, in collaboration with Bahraini Women Union (BWU), has staged a lecture on protection of domestic violence.
Palacios said the company had secured export deals in London, Canada and the U.S., but its future hinged on whether the BWU accepted the proposals to restructure and on whether a new business plan was accepted by bankers.
The figure is based on a survey conducted by the Bahrain Women's Union (BWU), which is now preparing to lobby the new parliament to approve a change in the rules.
Huda Al Mehza, Bahrain Women Union (BWU)'s chairman Fatima Abu Idris, and members of the Executive Committee on Cooperation between the SCW and women's committees also attended the meeting.