“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.”
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Church Center for the United Nations, New York
UN Headquarters, New York
The modern peace movement arose from the horrors of World War I.
The Beijing Platform for Action covered 12 critical areas of concern.
The Women's Major Group, a collection of women's NGOs of which Peace Women is a member, aims to ensure effective publ
On 21 October 2015, WILPF, in collaboration with the Peace Forum organizers (the Global Network of Women Peacebuilder
While the Western nations now have turned their focus to ‘resolving the migration crisis’, we the peace activists fro
On 15 October 2015, WILPF and MADRE, with support from the Sorensen Centre at CUNY Law School, facilitated a civil so
On 23 October 2015, WILPF WPS Programme, the Mission of Liechtenstein to the UN, and Liechtenstein Institute for Self
Our WILPF delegation has landed in Paris.
Secretary General Madeleine Reese from Women's International League for Peace and Freedom stated that what happened i
The WILPF intiative focuses on the Syrian peace talks and the need for women to be included in them.
This initiative is organized by Reaching Critical Will and they are currently in Geneva hosting a campaign to ban nuc
Spain will be holding new elections as of June 26, 2016, after political parties failed to reached an agreement to fo
The #MoveTheMoney resources developed by WILPF was designed to go from a political economy of war to a political econ
September 27, 2016 — As the end of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon’s term approaches, global women peacemakers urge
Article by WILPF detailing WILPF Cameroon's position following the riots in the English Regions of Cameroon.
On the margins of a UN high level dialogue on sustaining peace, Joy Onyesoh, President of WILPF Nigeria spoke with UN
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
“There needs to be an examination of the hardware of the 2030 Agenda, rather than an upgrade of its softwar
On the 14th of July 2019, peoples' movements from around the world congregated at the People's Forum in NYC for the G
On 15 July 2019, WILPF hosted a workshop entitled, "Making Sustainable Development work for Women and Girls in Confli
Open Letter to the Group of Friends of 1325: Recommendations for the September 2019 UN General Assembly High
“Increasing synergies to deliver the SDGs for women and girls in conflict and fragile settings” hos