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Debbie Stothard Jul 20
A template for action and thought for us all
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Ray Acheson Mar 12
Interests of neoliberal financial institutions create conditions that act against democratic control of infrastructure post-conflict, undermining gender equitable development. Women's activism has been crucial for peace and environmental sustainability.
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PeaceWomen @ WILPF Jul 12
"In the wake of its president being overthrown, Sudan needs...a strong and independent movement that reflects the diverse priorities, realities, and visions of Sudanese women."
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فل و يا سمين Apr 24
Replying to @FullYasmin
- Ensure that any peace agreements are gender sensitive; and to - Meaningfully include women, indigenous peoples and youth as decision-makers and not just as observers. Read her full statement at …/statement-unsc-sexual-…/
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Women's International Peace Centre Jul 2
As we embark on a transformational journey in our new Strategic Plan 2019-2022, The Centre seeks to ensure that women not only powerfully contribute to peace building processes, but also transform these spaces to be more gender inclusive & gender responsive.
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WILPF Jul 19
Sandra Ngoy, a member interviewed by the Swiss Radio RTS talked about her advocacy work on in DRC. Listen to her interview in French:
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PeaceWomen @ WILPF Jul 12
Achieving and building peace are impossible without . Excited for the discussion at the side event on Gender Equal Arms Control: Leveraging to Promote Peace.
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Sharon Bhagwan Rolls 5h
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Women's International Peace Centre Jun 26
It’s launch day! We are excited to announce that Isis-WICCE is NOW Women’s International Peace Centre, a name that reflects our commitment to create an incubator for women seeking to re-create peace and live in peace across the globe.
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PeaceWomen @ WILPF Jul 9
"Women have presented a different view of peace and order. For the government, order is military strength. For women, it's addressing the root causes of conflict." - Cham Cielito speaking at the side event 👏🏾👏🏾
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Florence Waller Carr Apr 23
Have had a breather from Twitter recently but returning to such important and interesting commentary on has made me appreciate this forum more than ever. Thank you to you all - keep doing what you are doing!
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Tsinu Amdeselassie Apr 24
Representing at the and discussing what it means by a
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Luc Dockendorf Mar 8
My contribution to International : • shutting the hell up on social media for a day because men’s voices have been dominating the conversation for much too long • continuing to plot the downfall of the Patriarchy in silence for 24 hours
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Ray Acheson Apr 28
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STOP Al-SAUD Apr 28
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GAPS: NoWomenNoPeace Dec 5
This evening GAPS is at the reading list launch! Discussing & /power analysis to better understand the why, what and how of and to celebrate the 2nd birthday of the CFFP! 🙌🎉
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WILPF Jul 11
Replying to @WILPF
At , is one of the goals under review. The global arms trade directly prevents peace and contributes to gender-based violence. We need to stop exporting destruction to achieve peace and SDG16.
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Women's International Peace Centre Jul 2
"Feminist peace is related to three perspectives; peace as the absence of every type of structural violence; peace and security for all, and the equal participation at all levels and in all peace building processes"
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NNOMY Apr 30
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Bilge Sahin Mar 5
The question is not how the participation of women in peace-making processes can be achieved but rather how can the structures of patriarchy be transformed to deliver a sustainable, feminist peace?
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