Welcome to Somaliland Women Political Forum
 Women the Pillars of Our Nation, Whose Rights Society Must Honour

Somaliland Women (Somaliland Web)
Women & Politics- Islam
Violence Against women Islam - Islam
Women's Dress (Islam)
The Eminence Islam Attaches To Women
Elections in Somaliland:
Nagaad Voter Education
SL Women's contribution to world peace
Canadian MP report on SL Women
Health Issues:
  Female Genital Mutilation (Islam)
Can Muslims Handle the Truth? Amina Wadud Talks About Islam, AIDS, and Tolerance
Democracy and Women:
Women and Politics ( Islam)
Violence Against women (Islam) 
Building Adalah, Dr.Azizah al-Hibr
Human Rights:
International Human Rights Lawyers
Mulsim Women Lawyers for Human Rights
Women Websites:
Tawakal Lifeline
Muslim Women's League

Love of Women

International Websites:

Global Rights: Parterners & Justice
Centre for Women and Democracy at the University of Washington






World Female Minister Foreign Affairs
2003- Edna Adan Ismail, Somaliland
A former World Health Organization representative in Djibouti, she founded and is the Co-Patronn and Vice President of the Board of Trustees of Somaliland's first Maternity Hospital. Somaliland is a self-declared and de-facto independent republic.

Amran A Mahmoud, Founder of Somaliland Women Political Forum
Somalilandís Director General of the Ministry of Family and Social Affairs, Amran Ali H Mahmoud Somaliland presents "Road Map to Democracy and the role of Somaliland Women"
[Click Here for More Information]
Amran Ali H Mahmoud, Somaliland's Director General of the Ministry of  Family and Social Affairs states that "The process of rebuilding the country was the top priority for Somalilandís women. We have been working with our men side by side and have been the emotional driving-force behind the peace processes  [Click for Full report pdf]
Women can finally rule Africa through parliament
Story by CHEGE MBITIRU Publication Date: 03/22/2004 With hardly any fanfare in nearly all towns in Africa, another continental White Elephant came into being last week. Like most things African, there was plenty of swaying and wiggling of human anatomy. There were semblances of a breakthrough though. 
  Conflict resolution in Somaliland, Amina Mohamed Warsame
Still striving for equality 
Women are gaining momentum but work is still needed 
"I think more social areas would be better developed if women were in more decision-making positions because theses are areas that really touch women and their families and their children," suggests Edna Adan Ismail, the foreign minister of Somaliland in a BBC interview" by Meg Burd [Click here To Read]
International Women Coverage:
Session 2
Roles of Women: Norms and Culture

Moderator: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme Court
Commentator: Eva Cantarella, Professor of Roman Law, University of Milan, Italy and Global Law Faculty, New York University

School of Law
For full Report on
Democracy and the Rule of Law in a Changing World Order, An International Symposium Event Date: March 7-10, 2000 [Click Here]

Qantara's Excellent Website on Women's Rights:

Religion Tolerance:

Articles on Muslim Women's Liberation: