1930: White women granted suffrage in South Africa.
1930: Turkey grants women the vote.
1931: Women get full suffrage in Spain and Sri Lanka.
1931: Chile and Portugal grant suffrage with some restrictions.
1932: Uruguay, Thailand and Maldives jump on the woman suffrage bandwagon.
1934: Cuba and Brazil adopt woman suffrage.
1934: Turkish women are able to stand for election.
1934: Portugal grants woman suffrage, with some restrictions.
1935: Women gain right to vote in Myanmar.
1937: The Philippines grants women full suffrage.
1938: Women get the vote in Bolivia.
1938: Uzbekistan grants full suffrage to women.
1939: El Salvador grants voting rights to women.
1940: Women of Quebec are granted voting rights.
1941: Panama grants limited voting rights to women.
1942: Women gain full suffrage in the Dominican Republic.
1944: Bulgaria, France and Jamaica grant suffrage to women.
1945: Croatia, Indonesia, Italy, Hungary, Japan (with restrictions), Yugoslavia, Senegal and Ireland enact woman suffrage.
1945: Guyana allows women to stand for election.
1946: Woman suffrage adopted in Palestine, Kenya, Liberia, Cameroon, Korea, Guatemala, Panama (with restrictions), Romania (with restrictions), Venezuela, Yugoslavia and Vietnam.
1946: Women allowed to stand for election in Myanmar.
1947: Bulgaria, Malta, Nepal, Pakistan, Singapore and Argentina extend suffrage to women.
1947: Japan extends suffrage, but still retains some restrictions.
1947: Mexico grants the vote to women at the municipal level.
1948: Israel, Iraq, Korea, Niger and Surinam adopt woman suffrage.
1948: Belgium, which previously granted the vote to women, establishes suffrage with a few restrictions for women.
1949: Bosnia and Herzegovina grant woman suffrage.
1949: China and Costa Rica give women the vote.
1949: Women gain full suffrage in Chile but most vote separately from men.
1949: Syrian Arab Republic gives the vote to women.
1949/1950: India grants woman suffrage.
1950: Haiti and Barbados adopt woman suffrage.
1950: Canada grants full suffrage, extending the vote to some women (and men) previously not included, still excluding Native women.
1951: Antigua, Nepal and Grenada give women the vote.
1952: Covenant on Political Rights of Women enacted by the United Nations, calling for women's right to vote and right to stand for elections. (more)
1952: Greece, Lebanon and Bolivia (with restrictions) extend suffrage to women.
1953: Mexico grants women the right to stand for election. and to vote in national elections.
1953: Hungary and Guyana give voting rights to women.
1953: Bhutan and the Syrian Arab Republic establish full woman suffrage.
1954: Ghana, Colombia and Belize grant woman suffrage.
1955: Cambodia, Ethiopia, Peru, Honduras and Nicaragua adopt woman suffrage.
1956: Women given suffrage in Egypt, Somalia, Comoros, Mauritius, Mali and Benin.
1956: Pakistani women gain right to vote in national elections.
1957: Malaysia extends suffrage to women.
1957: Zimbabwe grants women the vote.
1959: Madagascar and Tanzania give suffrage to women.
1959: San Marino permits women to vote.