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The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) brings women together to oppose war, violence and global militarisation.
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Support Rasha Jarhum and the Anita Augspurg Prize
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is a Yemeni human rights activist, who believes that "peace in Yemen is in the hands of women." The award ceremony will take place in September in Germany. The amount of the prize can increase with your donations.
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is happy to announce that the winner of this year's 'Rebellions against the war - Anita Augspurg Prize' goes to , a WILPF’s long-standing partner, and the Founder and Director of the
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WILPF Jun 18
Interested in discussing how neoliberal economic policies and corporate impunity impact on ? Our Staff member Nela Isaković will be speaking at our side event on and Business and . Make sure to join us!
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WILPF Jun 18
What role does artificial intelligence and machine learning play in armed conflicts? In the view of the there is a need for a genuinely human-centred approach to any use of these technologies in armed conflict. Read more in their newest report:
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WILPF Jun 17
Interested in discussing how neoliberal economic policies and corporate impunity impact on ? Our Staff member Nela Isaković will be speaking at our side event on and Business and . Make sure to join us!
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WILPF Jun 16
Shirine Jurdi, WILPF International Board MENA Representative, has been granted the "International Young Women’s Peace and Human Rights Award”. We look forward to continue to work with Shirine towards
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WILPF Jun 15
Syrian hospitals are being routinely victims of bomb attacks since April 2019. This means that hospitals cannot treat the sick or dying. Civilians and medical workers should never be a . Read this opinion article by
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WILPF Jun 14
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WILPF staff is ready to strike for and ! Make sure to join us in the march at 5pm.
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WILPF Jun 14
Jeannette Rankin and her work is emphasised today in our Storytelling Initiative. She was the first woman to be elected to Congress and the only Congresswoman to vote against the US participation in both World Wars.
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WILPF Jun 13
WILPF International in Geneva and WILPF Switzerland are taking part in the Swiss strike! Join us from 11am in the strike for Find the manifesto in French on their website
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WILPF Jun 13
Tomorrow, we will stand in solidarity and strike alongside Swiss women! The nation-wide strike is calling for equality in remunerations, life conditions and opportunities.
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WILPF Jun 12
Now that the are over, what's the next step towards a ? Member States can start by proposing candidates for the next European Commissioner.
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WILPF Jun 11
We're attending the 'Women at Peace Table – More Justice for All' conference in Yerevan, Armenia today. Our staff members Nina Potarska and Nela Isaković will be speaking in two different panels. If you are in Armenia, join us!
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WILPF Jun 10
A new report from & shows that 325 financial institutions provide capital to 18 companies associated with the production of . Is your bank on the list? Read it and see how you can help ban nuclear weapons
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WILPF Jun 9
Our partner research indicated that nearly 75% of in have reported experiencing online abuse. Check out their resource pack and activist toolkit so that we can all work together to eradicate online .
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WILPF Jun 8
Meet Anne Atambo, WILPF Kenya President launched in 2018 the Kenyan Women’s Voices podcast.The podcast gives a platform for Kenyan women to share experiences on issues. Read more about her advocacy work in our 2018 Annual Report:
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WILPF Jun 7
Dr and her work is highlighted today in our Storytelling Initiative. She is a passionate peace activist, that focuses on health policy and sustainable development. Read more about her activism in our Facebook page:
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WILPF Jun 7
is launching their new policy papers on an engendered constitution, the return of displaced Syrians and reconstruction, next Monday in London. If you are there, make sure to attend and meet the inspiring speakers!
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WILPF Jun 7
If you are part of our followers reading French, don't miss the article by our Human Rights Programme Associate Tessa Cerisier about business and women's rights.
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