“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.”
Below is a report published by WILPF in August 2016 which reports on the human rights violations facing women in the
Timor Leste has launched their National Action Plan (NAP) for implementation of United Nations Security Council Resol
On November 3, leaders of the Nordic region met to discuss how individual and joint efforts can be enhanced to accele
Recommendations from Women Human Rights Defenders from Yemen Libya and Syria as part of WILPF's October Delegation fo
A feminist agenda and online petition for the new UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres by The UN Feminist Network (U
An open letter to Our Nation from 100 women of color leaders.
Since 2000 remarkable normative progress has been made at the global, regional and national arenas to advance and ope
WILPF analysis is forthcoming.
The analysis of the Arab League Regional Action Plan (RAP) from 2015 on the implementation of UNSCR 1325 on Women, Pe
The analysis of the Regional Action Plan (RAP) for the Association of South East Asian Nations if forthcoming
The League of Arab States presented their Regional Action Plan (RAP) for the implementation of UNSCR 1325 in October
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have adopted a Regional Action Plan (RAP) on the Elimination of Vi
In October 2016, Malawian women gathered at a forum to mobilise and develop the peacebuilding capacity of women in th
The People's Tribunal on the Iraq War: After 14 years of costly war based on lies, it’s time for truth and acc
The Global Fund for Women invests in women's human rights and supports women-led organisations through the provision
WOMEN WAGE PEACE is an inclusive non-partisan grass-roots movement in Israel, whose goal is to our n
Wikigender is hosting an online discussion titled "Engaging men and boys to end gender-based violence" in conjusction
By Sylvie Ndongmo (WILPF Cameroon) and Marina Kumskova (WILPF/PeaceWomen)
By Katherine Ronderos (WILPF Colombia) and Abigail Ruane (WILPF PeaceWomen)
WILPF article detailing indigenous women's struggles against corporate abuse in Guatemala.
Article by WILPF detailing WILPF Cameroon's position following the riots in the English Regions of Cameroon.
WILPF article detailing reccomendations by the CEDAW committee for stronger regulations of corporations and measures
In December 2016, the Korean Women's Development Institute (KWDI) organised an international symposium in Seoul entit
This campaign aims to raise one million dollars to aid the White Helmets of Syria.
Spain, together with Canada, Chile, Japan, Namibia and the United Arab Emirates officially launched the Women, Peace
This panel event will address how synergies in the implementation of the gender-based violence (GBV) criterion in the
"The Council reiterates its intention when establishing and renewing the mandates of United Nations missions to inclu
“The Council recognizes the continuing need to increase women’s participation and the consideration of gender-related
This Presidential Statement addressed a variety of problem faced by women in conflict settings, including the need to
"The Security Council shares the view expressed in the RSF GLR that there is an urgent need to address violence and d
“The Security Council encourages those who drive the efforts on peacebuilding to take the necessary steps to ensure t
"The Security Council stresses the need to ensure the full, equal and effective participation and representation of w
The Security Council stressed the need for upcoming elections in the region to be held in a timely, transparent and i
S/PRST/2015/6 (18 February 2015) called upon the Government of Burundi to ensure the full and effective participation
"The Security Council stresses that rapid progress on a political solution should include full participation by all s
“The Security Council calls upon the Member States of the Sahel region, with the support of the international communi
“The Security Council reiterates that resuming Yemen’s peaceful political transition to a democratically-governed Sta
On January 4 2016 the Security Council issued a Presidential Statement concerning the situation in the Democratic Rep