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Laila Alodaat
Human rights lawyer, socialist feminist, works on disarmament. MENA Director at Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Tweets in personal capacity
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Howard Mollett May 23
"We need to rethink aid to womens empowerment" criticising projectised, top-down aid paradigm "feminist movement-building is value in itself which cant be boxed into 3 month projects" @gdnsisterhoodsolidarity
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David Lammy May 24
The identity politics debate is full of well-educated, well-off people complaining that they have to tread a little carefully around language. I think they can work it out. Let's remember who had to be really careful about the language they used.
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Laila Alodaat May 23
Maria Alabdeh “we at are working to change the dynamics between international and local orgs into one of equal partnership, this is only possible when donors and international orgs enjoy real feminist approach and leadership”
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Laila Alodaat May 23
Sisterhood and Solidarity event
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Laila Alodaat May 18
any new courses soon?
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Zeid Raad Al Hussein May 6
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LSE WPS May 2
Fantastic new resource on the site: English-language version of every National Action Plan on Women, Peace & Security. Collated & translated as part of 's ARC Discovery project.
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Dr. Jamie J. Hagen May 3
Really powerful to hear (right) speak about Syria, being a pacifist, the necessity for pacifist methods but at the same time the need to stop to ask: “what options are women given?” This is true in terms of methods as well as possible alliances.
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LSE WPS May 3
Thanks to our amazing speakers - , & for their fascinating insights into women's peace activism in Syria, Iran & Iraq. Another great event from & , convened by
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WILPF Apr 27
WILPF was founded on 28 April 1915, during World War I, when a unique group of 1,136 women, from both warring and neutral nations, gathered in the Hague, Netherlands, to discuss how to end the war and ensure permanent .
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WILPF Apr 26
If you are a Syrian Civil Society Organisation with a Feminist Agenda, looking for grants, then look no further! Is your organisation managed by Syrians, working for Syrians? Is it committed to furthering feminist values and agendas?
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LSE WPS Apr 26
Next week - Fri 3 May, 3-4pm Don't miss Visiting Fellow , together with & discussing women’s peace activism in Iran, Iraq and Syria. … Part of the project
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Laila Alodaat Apr 19
Thanks to , a pacifist and effective tool of international law, criminals & their close circles remain in fear as they go around the world spending our stollen money. We’re indebted to the indefatigable lawyers and advocates who made this happen
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Peace Track Initiative مبادرة مسار السلام Apr 15
UNSC Briefing by Muna Luqman إحاطة منى لقمان إلى مجلس الأمن
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Tamy Emma Pepin Apr 10
Congratulations to Katie Bouman to whom we owe the first photograph of a black hole ever. Not seeing her name circulate nearly enough in the press. Amazing work. And here’s to more women in science (getting their credit and being remembered in history) 💥🔥☄️
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WILPF Apr 8
WILPF interviewed , and asked about her inspirations, goals, and dreams for the emerging : a movement that aspires to drive change, not only on the political scene but also for the global movement. Read more:
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Laila Alodaat Apr 7
I totally agree that cheap flights have a serious ethical issue, however, thanks to European tax exemptions both British airways and SwissAir had to create a cheaper scheme that made a huge difference to frequent travelers without having to actually use easy jet et al
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Laila Alodaat Apr 7
Replying to @Swansea4Europe
My job is in Geneva and I live in London and can afford to go there once a month and stay on top of my job the rest of the time thanks to cheap flights, free roaming and freedom of movement.
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WILPF Apr 3
One of WILPF’s members is reaching new heights! We want to share the exciting journey of Amalkher Djibrine, President, who got elected as the new , and Council (ECOSOCC) Vice President. Click here to read more:
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LSE WPS Mar 25
Fri 3 May 3pm - & on Women's Peace Activism in Iran, Syria and Iraq chaired by
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