NCWO

AcronymDefinition
NCWONational Council of Women's Organizations
NCWONew Canadian World Order (blog)
NCWONorth Carolina Wind Orchestra (est. 1996)
NCWONorth Cheshire Wind Orchestra (Warrington, Cheshire, UK)
NCWONicer Century World Organization (Massachusetts)
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Council of Women's Organisations (NCWO), Malaysian AIDS Council.
FFPAM and NCWO were nominated to the official delegations for the ICPD
Most of NCWO's short letter, written by Burk, seemed tame in comparison.
As chair of NCWO, Burk coordinates a network of more than 100 national groups collectively representing six million women.
In December, WILPF proposed carefully crafted words on military spending and tax policy to include in the domestic priorities agenda being hammered out by a working group of the National Council of Women's Organizations (NCWO).
In 2000, the book was given a Malaysian update by the WCC and the Penang branch of the National Council of Women's Organisations (NCWO) in recognition of the continuing struggle of Malaysian women to confront violence and the growing demand for a practical reference book for those working on this issue.
Meanwhile, the National Council of Women's Organisations Malaysia (NCWO) urged the government to act firmly, including amending the Sexual Offences against Children Act 2017.
The coalition, which included the Joint Action Group for Gender Equality (JAG) and the National Council of Women's Organisations (NCWO), said it was critical for the representation to be met at the start-up of the new government.
As the family's integrity could be joepardised by cyber threats, Rosmah said the Cyber Parenting initiative introduced by the National Cyber Security Agency (NACSA), together with the National Council of Women's Organisations Malaysia (NCWO) and CyberSecurity Malaysia, was timely and welcomed.
"It's such a dictatorship, officials are completely capable of barring from the tournament any reporter who brings it up at the pretournament interview." Burk, now a member of the National Council of Women's Organisations (NCWO), still feels personally let down by Woods for his lack of support in 2003.
Jesse Jackson, who was in Britain recently protesting against the war with Iraq, plans to join the NCWO, but opposition groups include the Augusta-based Women Against Martha Burk, the BurkStopsHere.com and possibly even some members of the Ku Klux Klan.
All the NCWO had done, by the way, was write a letter, but Hootie clearly felt the need to reply with an outmoded military metaphor typical of the breed.