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Florence Waller Carr 3h
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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STOP Al-SAUD 15m
I have never been as inspired by another person as I am by . I'm going to put her message to work and inspire conversations within my own community.
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WILPF Apr 9
Listen to this featuring of WILP's programme among 3 other experts who talk about the importance of banning Lethal Autonomous Weapons. Listen to the full podcast here:
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WILPF/PeaceWomen Nov 30
Empowerment of women vital to establishment of peace. Women have proved instrumental in building bridges rather than walls. They have also been crucial in preserving social order when communities collapsed Read more here:
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Helen Berents Nov 24
Early birthday presents are even better when they’re feminist birthday presents! This one courtesy of the fab who brought it back from the Congress in Ghana earlier this year! Proud to be part of a movement for a & now I can show it off!
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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 Apr 12
Today's WILPF Storytelling Initiative shares the extensive peace work and advocacy done by in . The fight for a is not over! Read more on our Facebook page:
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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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WILPF Oct 12
📣 📣 Join the Side Event "Urgent and Needed: Making the Binding Treaty Work for Women's Human Rights" this Monday 15 October between13:00-15:00! The event will also be lived streamed:
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Shirine jurdi Mar 14
in we are fighting not only for our rights we are fighting for gender equity for all the women in the World.. Ratifying is a step in that journey
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Frederick Gadese-Men Aug 18
Building a feminist peace movement forum
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LSE WPS Sep 28
Di Otto: “Why isn’t the Security Council called the Peace Council?” with insights from the first working group
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Ray Acheson Sep 22
Great to be with activists at in Toronto this weekend while is at Faslane with . Building means hope, humour, and humanitarian disarmament. We're sending these vibes to .
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WILPF Apr 18
WILPF Switzerland, along with other organisations will convene in Zurich on 11 May 2019 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the second WILPF Congress. If you are passionate about then register NOW to attend the event at
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Oxfam International 26 Oct 17
When women are included in peace processes, how more likely is it that a peace agreement will last 15+ years?
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Young WILPF May 4
Congratulations to fellow young members who, thanks to generous funding from Deb at Union of Australian Women & - they’ll be heading to the International in Ghana!
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SHWETA SINGH May 14
to critically reinvigorate itself. Push for an ask critical questions on #radicalization# nativism# and exclusionary nationalism. # Popular# Radical# Rights needs our attention!
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Shirine jurdi Nov 15
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Dr Rebecca Shaw Aug 21
The very excellent name-checked at the fabulous Ban The Bomb workshop with at the Congress! 🕊
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WILPF Apr 18
Members of the WILPF Sections in Europe met this weekend in Brussels. They discussed crucial issues related to the upcoming . They are demanding a Peaceful European Union. Read more here
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