CNDI National Council of Italian Women

The National Council of Italian Women (CNDI) is a federation of women's and mixed associations committed to the improvement of the social condition of women, open to women of all political ideas and all religions. Founded in 1903, it is the Italian branch of the International Council of Women, established in Washington in 1888 on the principle of absolute independence from political parties and religious denominations.

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CNDI National Council of Italian Women
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