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Paulina Luisi (1875–1950) was a leader of the feminist movement in the country of Uruguay. In 1909, she became the first Uruguayan woman to earn a medical degree and was a firm advocate of sex education in the schools. She represented Uruguay in international women's conferences and traveled throughout Latin America and Europe. She was also the first Latin American woman to participate in the League of Nations and became one its most influential early activists. Her work has had a lasting effect on women of the Americas.

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  • Paulina Luisi (Colón, 1875 - Montevideo, 1950) va ser una metgessa, professora i activista feminista uruguaiana. (ca)
  • Paulina Luisi Janicki (* 1875 in Colón (Entre Ríos), Argentinien; † 1950 in Montevideo, Uruguay) war eine uruguayische Ärztin, Lehrerin, Autorin und Frauenrechtlerin. Sie war die erste uruguayische Frau, die 1908 einen Abschluss in Medizin in Uruguay erhielt. Sie war die erste weibliche Regierungsdelegierte Lateinamerikas beim Völkerbund, aus dem später die Vereinten Nationen wurden. (de)
  • Paulina Luisi Janicki (Colón, Entre Ríos, Argentina, 1875 - Montevideo, Uruguay, 1949) fue una médica, profesora, sufragista y activista feminista Argentina.​ Defendió incluir la educación sexual en las escuelas y abogó contra la trata de blancas, el proxenetismo y la prostitución, considerando estas actividades un comercio sobre el cuerpo de la mujer. En 1916 construyó el Consejo Nacional de Mujeres y en 1919 la Alianza de Mujeres.​ (es)
  • Paulina Luisi (1875–1950) was a leader of the feminist movement in the country of Uruguay. In 1909, she became the first Uruguayan woman to earn a medical degree and was a firm advocate of sex education in the schools. She represented Uruguay in international women's conferences and traveled throughout Latin America and Europe. She was also the first Latin American woman to participate in the League of Nations and became one its most influential early activists. Her work has had a lasting effect on women of the Americas. (en)
  • Paulina Luisi, född 1875 i argentinska Colón (Entre Ríos), död 1945 i Montevideo, var en uruguayansk läkare och feminist. Hon blev 1909 den första kvinnliga läkaren i Uruguay. Hon arbetade även som lärare. Hon betraktas som en av de mest framträdande ur den tidigare feministiska rörelsen i Uruguay, och representerade den ofta utomlands. 1919 påbörjade hon landets organiserade kamp för kvinnlig rösträtt. (sv)
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  • Paulina Luisi (Colón, 1875 - Montevideo, 1950) va ser una metgessa, professora i activista feminista uruguaiana. (ca)
  • Paulina Luisi Janicki (* 1875 in Colón (Entre Ríos), Argentinien; † 1950 in Montevideo, Uruguay) war eine uruguayische Ärztin, Lehrerin, Autorin und Frauenrechtlerin. Sie war die erste uruguayische Frau, die 1908 einen Abschluss in Medizin in Uruguay erhielt. Sie war die erste weibliche Regierungsdelegierte Lateinamerikas beim Völkerbund, aus dem später die Vereinten Nationen wurden. (de)
  • Paulina Luisi Janicki (Colón, Entre Ríos, Argentina, 1875 - Montevideo, Uruguay, 1949) fue una médica, profesora, sufragista y activista feminista Argentina.​ Defendió incluir la educación sexual en las escuelas y abogó contra la trata de blancas, el proxenetismo y la prostitución, considerando estas actividades un comercio sobre el cuerpo de la mujer. En 1916 construyó el Consejo Nacional de Mujeres y en 1919 la Alianza de Mujeres.​ (es)
  • Paulina Luisi (1875–1950) was a leader of the feminist movement in the country of Uruguay. In 1909, she became the first Uruguayan woman to earn a medical degree and was a firm advocate of sex education in the schools. She represented Uruguay in international women's conferences and traveled throughout Latin America and Europe. She was also the first Latin American woman to participate in the League of Nations and became one its most influential early activists. Her work has had a lasting effect on women of the Americas. (en)
  • Paulina Luisi, född 1875 i argentinska Colón (Entre Ríos), död 1945 i Montevideo, var en uruguayansk läkare och feminist. Hon blev 1909 den första kvinnliga läkaren i Uruguay. Hon arbetade även som lärare. Hon betraktas som en av de mest framträdande ur den tidigare feministiska rörelsen i Uruguay, och representerade den ofta utomlands. 1919 påbörjade hon landets organiserade kamp för kvinnlig rösträtt. (sv)
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