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L'Emilie is a monthly feminist Swiss publication created in 1912 by Emilie Gourd, to claim the right of women to vote (finally achieved in 1971). The publication was then known as Swiss Women in the '60s, then women in Switzerland in 1999 (based on the observation that the audience was not only Switzerland). On June 14, 2001, Women in Switzerland has changed graphic design, editorial and title, and became Emilie, in tribute to Emilie Gourd, its founder.
Members of the Emilie have in common their commitment and enthusiasm to contribute to the development of an independent feminist press. Emilie brings together women and men from several countries, aged between 20 and 35 years working in various fields and activist circles in daily or professional associations. The editorial board of Emilie is open to external collaborations, continuous or sporadic. Emilie is an activist newspaper which serves as an instrument of combat, to inform and advance feminist claims. The goals and areas of Emilie are defined in its Charter.