1946 - The Birth of the Commission on the Status of Women
On 21 June 1946, the Sub-Commission formally became the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), a full- fledged Commission dedicated to ensuring women’s equality and to promoting women’s rights.
In this picture (original caption):
As a finale to their last meeting at Hunter College, the Sub-commission on the Status of Women hold a press conference in the delegates lounge of the gym building. From left to right are: Miss Angela Jurdak, Lebanon; Miss Fryderyka Kalinowski, Poland; Mrs. Bodgil Begtrup. Denmark and Chairman of the committee; Miss Minerva Bernardino, Dominican Republic; and Mrs. Hansa Mehta, India.