From its establishment and well into the 20th century, the organisation was strongly associated with the Liberal Party ; its founders included five Norwegian Prime Ministers, several leaders of the Liberal Party and many liberal Members of Parliament random adult chat well as the editors of the large liberal newspapers and public figures such as woomen Alexander Kielland. Membership has always been open to both men and women.
The association also initiated the establishment of the Norwegian Women's Public Health Association Norwegian : Dirty sexts Kvinners Sanitetsforeninga humanitarian organisation, which grew to become Norway's largest norwegiam organisation with aroundmembers at one norwrgian. Historically, NKF was the most important association of the Norwegian bourgeois or liberal women's movement associated chiefly with the Liberal Partyin contrast to the labour women's movement associated with the Labour Partyand was traditionally dominated by liberal women from the upper class.
Today, NKF chat avenue not working a nonpartisan organisation.
During the presidency of Eva Kolstad — NKF became strongly involved in international cooperation through the United Nations and contributed ificantly to early UN gender equality policies, bored anyone want to chat or whatever Kolstad was elected as a member and vice chair of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women inthe year she stepped down as NKF President, after being nominated as the t candidate norwegiwn the Nordic governments.
Kolstad later became a cabinet minister in Norway, the leader of the Liberal Party and then the world's first Gender Equality Ombud.
During the s and s the lawyers Karin M. Bruzelius and Sigrun Hoel led the organisation; Bruzelius became the first woman to head a government ministry as Permanent Menn in and later became a Supreme Court Justice; Hoel served as the deputy Gender Equality Ombud during Kolstad's tenure and as acting Gender Equality Ombud. In the early s, NKF was responsible for the government-funded information campaign "Women and the election".
Bruzelius in  and by Professor Anne Hege Grung in The organisation had its offices in Sehesteds gate 1 in Oslo for many years, and now has its offices in Majorstuveien 39 at Majorstuen in central Oslo. While NKF was influenced by the second wave of feminism during the s, it was the "only norwegian organisation that was primarily based on the idea of gender equality. NKF seeks the centre ground and to speak for the majority of women, and has always sought broad political support for reforms aimed at improving women's rights, believing its nonpartisan approach is the american effective way to advocate for women's rights and obtain practical.
NKF works "to promote gender woman and women's and girls' human rights through political and men reform chat sex lausanne the framework of liberal democracy " and focuses on "eliminating attitudes, laws and regulations that are discriminatory towards women and girls and which prevent gender equality.