CWL supported many campaigns and self-initiated petitions, such as the action "Who Cares", aiming to ensure accessible and quality care services. This European campaign is based on the assumption that it is the women who take care of dependent family members and hence carry disastrous consequences of this care. The campaign "normal childbirth" and initiatives by Aperio, HAM, the Association of Mine and others, intended to open a discussion about normal childbirth and to conceive pregnancy and childbirth as a natural process one can undergo without complications in over 90% of cases. A relatively wide campaign called "Woman is Not a Commodity" took place during the football World Cup in Germany and was aimed at combating trafficking of women. In the summer of 2008, a campaign for the Day of Equal Opportunities was organised by Gender Studies. This awareness campaign also took place in several European countries. Promotional postcards to publicise CWL were produced in collaboration with the Information Centre of the European Parliament and, in particular, the Forum 50%.