“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.”
Nearly 400 women representing more than 30 nationalities will arrive in Beirut on 2nd May for the fourth 'Follow the
In Bil'in and Jayyous, Leviev (one of Israel's wealthiest businessmen) with partner Shaya Boymelgreen are building se
Since its inception in 2003, Creativity for Peace (a New Mexico nonprofit organization with operations in Israel and
“We (a group of Iranian feminists and women's rights activists) demand an end to state-led violence and repression, a
Some 200 European and Mediterranean women will jump on their bikes this November and cycle for peace from Lebanon to
Meeting Soraida will overturn any preconceived notions you may have about Palestine.
Military Moms, Iraq Veterans and Veteran Peace Activists Respond to the Iraq Withdrawal
By Carla Koppell and Rebecca Miller, Institute for Inclusive Security
Twenty women peace leaders met with UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Robert Serry last week a
Among our activities as an organization is to distribute humanitarian aid to women detained at the Directorate of Tra
Want a breakthrough in Mideast peace negotiations?
Next week a small group of Utah women will travel to Iraq to take supplies to the women and children of the war torn
Palestinian women hold photos of relatives being held in Israeli jails during a protest in front of the Red Cross off
Peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority continued this week with little progress made.
This was my second visit to Nablus. However, the first wasn't a visit as such.
Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani today met with a group of women peace activists to discuss issues facing th
Two Iraqi woman reunited after twenty years, two wars, death and destruction. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.
On this United Nation's anniversary day for Universal Peace
Nine American mothers whose children died fighting in Iraq were embraced Sunday by dozens of Iraqi women who lost the
The ‘settlement freeze'—or moratorium on new building of Israeli homes in Palestinian territory—is
I was blown away to be asked to join a delegation to Israel and Palestine led by Nobel Peace Laureates Jody Williams
Nine years ago, Swanee Hunt and Cristina Posa wrote an article for Foreign Policy called “Women Waging Peace.&r
As an activist-scholar, I have always been interested in the intersections between the two apparently separate worlds
Palestinian women have always stood side by side with their fathers, brothers, husbands, comrades to resist the Zioni
"My mother continues to cry for my brother, as do all mothers.
The above mentioned question was the subject of the discussions that went on during the 8th annual conference of the
Hedy Epstein, a Holocaust survivor and vocal critic of Israeli Defense Force (IDF) policies, said that the IDF contin
Hoping to share stories from the Holy Land and to urge U.S.
“The women of Budrus, like so many Palestinian women struggling, as well as the Israelis struggling side by sid
The costs of our wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are staggering, especially as they relate to social needs in the U.S.
BDP Women's Council Conference Ends.
Ladies and Gentlemen, good evening.
Bahraini men who espouse the rights of women have become inspirations for their counterparts in Lebanon.
Iraq and UN Security Council Resolution 1325
Decades of conflict in Turkey's Southeast has helped politicize Kurdish women and promote gender equality in the regi
By Patricia Smith Melton
No More Tears: Tell the Profiteers at CSI to Stop Selling Tear Gas to Israel
Manal Omar, a women's rights advocate of Palestinian descent who has worked in Iraq's humanitarian field since the la
It's now widely known that conflict has a disproportionate impact on women and girls.
“We Are Super Women!” twelve young women from Israel, Palestine, India, and Pakistan shouted in unison wh
An International Conference on Woman's Role in Building of Peace was opened in Erbil, the capital of north Iraq's Kur
Leading peace activists discuss women's role in the peace process
Speaker: Sarai Aharoni, Frankel Institute for Judaic Studies, University of Michigan
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
The Institute for Inclusive Security's Training of Trainers
May 20-28, 2011
Throughout the extraordinary events of the last few months, across the Middle East and North Africa, long-silenced vo
In the midst of a Middle East meltdown, in the midst of the most dangerous mayhem and madness, can a feminist and hum
Soon after the launch of the US-led war in 2003, Iraq witnessed the emergence of a violent conflict and the deepening