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Women in Abkhazia

Abkhaz women: One draped with the flag of the Republic of Abkhazia, and the other clothed with a dress that was designed based on the flag.

Abkhazian women or Abkhaz women, particularly those of older age, are traditionally portrayed as

  • Association of Women of Abkhazia (AZhA), Partners in Abkhazia, c-r.org

External links

  1. ^ Gogoryan, Anaid. "Four women in parliament not an achievement, but a disgrace", says leading member, Abkhazia's Women Lament Under-Representation, Caucasus, CRS Issue 583, March 18, 2011, iwpr.net
  2. ^ Abkhazia’s Women Lament Under-Representation, Institute for War and Peace Reporting, March 18, 2011, unhcr.org (accessed on May 1, 2011)

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