“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
Professor and specialist in gender and international relations, women, peace and security Jacqui True gave a lecture
Student Dialogue: WPS Workshop at Columbia University
The People's Tribunal on the Iraq War: After 14 years of costly war based on lies, it’s time for truth and acc
Article by WILPF detailing WILPF Cameroon's position following the riots in the English Regions of Cameroon.
This Presidential Statement addressed a variety of problem faced by women in conflict settings, including the need to
On the margins of a UN high level dialogue on sustaining peace, Joy Onyesoh, President of WILPF Nigeria spoke with UN
This Special Report of the Security Council Report on conflict prevention delves into the factors that currently prev
This initiative by CODEPINK urges the general public, campaigners and advocates to tell leaders in Congress to oppose
This initiative is a gathering of anti-war and social justice activists, organizations, networks and movements from d
This document is an interactive map that locates where violence against women and girls in Nigeria have occurred.
This press release announces a letter written by 300 global women leaders calling on UN Secretary-General Antonio Gut
"The Security Council underlines the importance of [...] putting emphasis on conflict prevention, preventive diplomac
The twin resolutions on Sustaining Peace highlight the important role of women in peacebuilding and the “su
Sweden has, for several decades, been an important voice for gender equality and girls’ and women’s rights in the wor
In May 2018, WILPF Secretary General Madeleine Rees and London School of Economics and Political Science Emerita Prof