A rare ephemeral mimeographed newspaper was printed by the Political Committee of National Liberation (Πολιτική Επιτροπή Εθνικής Απελευθέρωσης), also known as PEEA or Mountain Government, a Communist Greek resistance group during WWII. This anti-Fascist resistance movement organized secret elections in late April 1944, which was attended by over 1,5 million people from the liberated parts of Greece and also from still occupied Athens.
It was the first time in the history of Greece, that women were allowed to vote.
The Mountain Government stood behind the ideas of equal political and civil rights for men and women and included a surprisingly large amount of women, as the years of war brought a shortage of men. It was the first time, that many of the Greek women received an opportunity to educate themselves and take important functions in the organization.
We could not find any institutional examples.