“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.”
This month, the UN Securit
WILPF Women, Peace and Security Progra
This month, the 64th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW64) was planned from March 9-20
October 2019 marks the 19th Anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 and the Women, Peace and Sec
Editorial: Are we governing for gender equality and peace? Or perpetual violence and conflict?
A Sustainable Peace in Afghanistan Needs Women at the Center
Sustainable Development Needs Feminist Peace and Development Justice
Delivering on Colombia's Peace Agreement: Women Call for Action
How can the SDGs accelerate the WPS Agenda? WILPF at the 2019 High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Devel
"A Woman’s Place is at the Peace Table": June 2019: UN Security Council Debate on the situation in A
2019 Security Council Open Debate on Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict
Security Council Open Debate on Sexual Violence in Conflict: Towards a survivor-centred approach?
WPS Monitor: Building Lasting Peace in Colombia
Planning the Next Steps: Ways to Su
On the Road to Disarmament in Africa
2018 In Review: Mobilising to Tackle Patriarchy for WPS Accountability & Feminist Peace
From “Adding Women” to Tackling Patriarchy: Mobilising around the 18th Anniversary of UNSCR 1325
18 Years After: Where does the Security Council stand on Women, Peace and Security?
Building a Feminist Peace Movement: A Reflection on WILPF’s Feminist Peace in Africa Forum and the
Mobilising Across Africa for Feminist Peace
Peace at Risk?: Colombian Prospects under t
Towards A Feminist Political Economy For Su
Editorial: From Peace Walks To Peace Talks
Editorial: Sustaining Peace: Towards An Integrated Approach That Puts Local Women's Voices And Rights At The
Editorial: From Marching to Movements: Steps of Solidarity for Feminist Peace
Security Council (In)Action on Feminist Peace in Palestine: What is Missing?
Editorial: We Are The Leaders We Have Been Waiting For
Editorial: Feminist Peace: By Women, For Women And For All
Editorial: Let There Be Light: Reflections on Women Peace and Security, 17 years on
More Life, Less Arms: Learning From Colombia Before The 17th Ann
From Gender Parity to Addressing Root Causes: Why Moving from Engaging Men to Transforming Violent Masculinit
Editorial: Ensuring Accountability for Gender-Based Violence: One Step Forward with CEDAW General Recommendat
Editorial: What Will the 2030 Agenda Accomplish for Women in Conflict?: Policy Coherence and Extraterritorial
Against Violent Masculinities and For Feminist Peace: Engaging Men and Boys
From Wallpaper to Centre Stage: Women’s Meaningful Participation as a Key to Reclaiming the UN as a Peace Organisa
What will you do?
Women stand up against nuclear weapons and for human security.
But she persists...
By WILPF MENA Programme Manager Laila Alodaat
Share Your Feminist Fire: Security Goals for 2017
2016 In Review: Be Brave
By WILPF PeaceWomen Programme Director Abigail Ruane
16 Years after UNSCR 1325: Will the Future Ever be Feminist?
Resilience, Resistance, and Hope: Reflections on Women's Peace Activism in Nigeria
From Inclusion To Transformation: #FeministFutures & The AWID Forum
AWID International Forum in Preview
Light in Darkness: Feminist Movement Building and Olympic Peace
By Abigail Ruane