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All-India Women`s Conference, Emergence of Women’s Organisations in India
All Indian Women’s Conference was one of the most significant organisations among the various women’s organisations that came up during colonial times. The Conference aimed at the upliftment of women and the various ways in which they could be made educated, informed and competent. Apart from women’s education and social reform, their plan of action included a number of different areas of focus such as labour, rural reconstruction, indige¬nous industries etc.
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