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SWANShipboard Wide Area Network
SWANStudy of Women's Health Across the Nation
SWANSleep Well At Night (term for low-risk investments)
SWANSports Writers Association of Nigeria (sports journalism)
SWANService Women's Action Network
SWANState-Wide Area Network (India)
SWANSyndrome Without A Name
SWANShan Women's Action Network (Myanmar and Thailand)
SWANServernet Wide Area Network
SWANSystem Wide Automated Network
SWANStructured Wireless Aware Network
SWANStorage Wide Area Networking
SWANShipwide Area Network
SWANStudents with Additional Needs (various locations)
SWANScientific Women’s Academic Network (UK)
SWANSolar Wind ANisotropies
SWANSupport Wide Area Network (US DoD)
SWANStructured Wireless Aware Network (Cisco)
SWANSecure Wide Area Network
SWANSocial Work Access Network
SWANSystem for Wearable Audio Navigation
SWANSatellite Wide Area Network
SWANSun Wide Area Network
SWANSmart, Hard Working, Ambitious and Nice
SWANSerial Wide Area Network
SWANSystem Wide Automated Network (Suburban Library System)
SWANSemantic Web Annotator
SWANSimulator for Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks
SWANSystem without a Name (game engine)
SWANStateless Wireless Ad-Hoc Network
SWANSymantec Women's Action Network
SWANSociety of Women Addicted to Needlework
SWANSomebody Worth Accepting Now (Phoenix, Arizona)
SWANSacramento Wide Area Networking project
SWANSouth Western Association of Naturalists
SWANSingapore Women's Auxiliary Naval Service
SWANSouth West Artist Network
SWANSARDA Wide Area Network
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Shan Women's Action Network (SHAN) primarily demands for a real ceasefire and to honor the terms of agreements made between the government and ethic armed groups.
If all that isn't convincing, then consider it your good deed to jam out to great sounds as the proceeds from Estrojam are donated to beneficiaries that "represent the spirit of Estrojam," such as Burma's Shan Women's Action Network, National Organization for Women and Girls Rock
The establishment of the Shan Women's Action Network (SWAN) in 1999 by Shan women exiles in Chiang Mai is one example of efforts at the margin that internally critique the prevailing tendency to imagine the Shan nation in homogeneous terms.
The women call themselves the Shan Women's Action Network - SWAN.
Thai media recent published reports of two Bangkok-based anti-Myanmar junta organizations -- the Shan Human Rights Foundation and the Shan Women's Action Network -- alleging the Myanmar army systematically tortured and raped Shan women.
Hla Min said in Wednesday's press release, ''The reports distributed by the Shan Human Rights Foundation and the Shan Women's Action Network are completely false and designed to misinform the public on the progress Myanmar is making on drug eradication efforts.
The Then activists underlined the ASEAN diplomats in Bangkok, a very important report - 'A Licence to Rape' - released in 2002 by the Shan Women's Action Network (SWAN).
He suggested the allegations were fabricated by the Shan Human Rights Foundation and the Shan Women's Action Network, which jointly issued a report in May entitled ''License to Rape -- the Burmese military regime's use of sexual violence in the ongoing war in Shan state.