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FemCities: An Open Platform for Women’s Issues in the City of Vienna
Eva Cruells | 14 October 2005

FemCities is a service-oriented organization affiliated with the Executive City Council for Women’s Issues in the city of Vienna.

FemCities aims to unite women in Vienna and provide information, support and guidance. FemCities’ in-depth informational resources are open to the public regardless of gender or economic background.

FemCities supports anyone interested or involved in gender and feminist issues in the fields of politics, economics, culture, the arts, social affairs, technology, science, health, law, and the media.

FemCities’ services include published studies, projects, articles, and includes a women related listing of events on the FemCities web site.

Contact person: Sabine Kienzer
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