Fifth Conference of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fifth_Conference_of_the_International_Woman_Suffrage_Alliance

Suffrage Alliance Congress with Millicent Fawcett presiding, London 1909. Top row from left: Thora Daugaard (Denmark), Louise Qvam (Norway), Aletta Jacobs (Netherlands), Annie Furuhjelm (Finland), Madame Zinaida Mirovitch (Russia), Käthe Schirmacher (Germany), Madame Honneger, unidentified. Bottom left: Unidentified, Anna Bugge (Sweden), Anna Howard Shaw (USA), Millicent Fawcett (Presiding, England), Carrie Chapman Catt (USA), Fredrikke Marie Qvam (Norway), Anita Augspurg (Germany).

The Fifth Conference of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance was held in London, England from April 26 to May 1, 1909. Twenty countries were represented. Representatives from twenty countries attended, with Carrie Chapman Catt presiding.[1] Delegates included Johanna Munter (Denmark), Rosika Schwimmer (Hungary), Dr. Anita Augspurg (Germany), Zinaida Mirovitch (Russia), and Gina Krog (Norway).[2]

The conference is sometimes referred to as the First Quinquennial International Woman Suffrage Alliance Meeting or the Fourth Conference of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance.


  1. ^ "International Woman Suffrage Alliance. Constitution in the Woman's Rights Collection, 1909". Harvard University. Retrieved 11 October 2015.
  2. ^ Delap 2006, p. 59.


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