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CAWPCenter for American Women and Politics (New Brunswick, NJ)
CAWPCentre for Advanced Wood Processing (Canada)
CAWPCoalition Against Water Privatisation
CAWPCentre for Advancement of Women in Politics (Queen's University; Belfast, Northern Ireland)
CAWPCapital Area Writing Project
CAWPConstructors Association of Western Pennsylvania
CAWPConnecticut Association of Women Police
CAWPChicago Area Writing Project
CAWPCaribbean Association of Women Police
CAWPCertified Average Wholesale Price
CAWPCentral Amador Water Project (California)
CAWPchronic abdominal wall pain
CAWPCorrective Action Work Plan
CAWPCree Aplicaciones Web Profesionales
CAWPColorado Avalanche Warning Program (US Forest Service)
CAWPCoastal Area Writing Project
CAWPCanadian Alliance of Wildlife Partners
CAWPCockpit Assessment Working Party
CAWPColumbus Area Writing Project
CAWPCross Agency Working Party
CAWPCentral Arkansas Writing Project
CAWPConstruction Association of Western Pennsylvania
CAWPCoordinated Annual Work Plan
CAWPCharleston Area Writing Project
CAWPCustomer Activities Web Page
CAWPChicago Area Writing Program
CAWPCountry Assistance Work Plan
CAWPChronic Alcoholics With Psychosis
CAWPCivic Assembly of Women in the Philippines
CAWPCanton Area Wiccans/Pagans
CAWPCommunity Action Water Project (Sudan)
CAWPClear Approval Winning Pair
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Although not included as a FGID in the Rome III criteria, we suggest that, in a proportion of children, FAP is due to CAWP. CAWP is suggested when a positive Carnett's sign is elicited in a child wherein the pain gets worsened by movement.
Research from CAWP and others shows that women in public office change both the political process and the policies that emerge from it.
Congress, while over 1500 women (23.4 percent) served in the Senior Executive Service, the top ranks of the federal bureaucracy (CAWP 2000; OPM 2000).
In addition, The Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) recently unveiled a Latina web site titled "Eleccion Latina" (www.rci.rutgers.edu/[sim]cawp/Eleccion/home.htm).
At the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) Fourth National Forum for Women State Legislators in San Diego in November 1995, Bella Abzug gave a keynote address about Beijing and Center President Leslie Wolfe and Vice President Jennifer Tucker convened an informal meeting with several women state legislators to discuss strategies to respond to anti-woman policies generated by the right wing in their states and to promote a multiethnic feminist policy agenda.
In 1999, women held statewide elected executive offices across the U.S., with women filling 28 percent of available positions (CAWP 1999).
Carroll Reshaping the Agenda: Women in State Legislatures (CAWP, 1991); S.
While on one hand we may bemoan that women are making slow (but steady) increases in state legislatures (less than a 1% gain per year), women's pace, historically understood, could be classified as rapid and "intrusive" in a highly masculinized institution (women's presence in state legislatures has increased fivefold since 1969; see CAWP 1993b).
8, 2012), http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57547051/women-latinos-record-numbers-in-congress/ (giving statistics for 113th Congress); Press Release, CAWP Election Watch, Record Number of Women Will Serve in Congress (updated Nov.
Achieving Consistent Finish Quality - Jason Chiu, Technical Specialist, CAWP
A 1988 report, "Gender and Policymaking," by the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP), looked at 12 states, including Arizona and California, and inferred that women legislators make the most distinct contribution "when they organize to work together on mutual goals."