Gender matters in international peacekeeping
We are living through an unprecedented time of upheaval and uncertainty....
Making a difference – working with WILPF
We’re always on the lookout for new ideas and ways to expand our...
Gender, war and peace
In this TEDxLausanne talk, Madeleine Rees examines gender and how the...
WILPF in action in 2016!
In the first few months of 2016, WILPF women have been busy, from marching in...
Campaign with us!
WILPF UK is focusing a three year campaign on four strands of the women, peace and security agenda:
Please get in touch and get involved. We’d love to hear your ideas for strengthening our work towards peace and equality.
WILPF member Marie-Claire on the UK, women and the DRC. November 2016.
Open letter to Boris Johnson. November 2016.
Gender matters in international peacekeeping. 19 November in London
WILPF UK Bristol presents #BristolFemaleLeaders. 19 November in Bristol.
The International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women. 11am – 1pm, 25 November in Brighton.
Reclaim the Night. 25 November in Cornwall.
Gender injustice is the greatest human rights injustice in the world. It is global in its reach and millennial in its duration. Shami Chakrabarti, Director, Liberty, speaking at Feminism in London conference, 2015
From The Blog
By Helen Kay, Scotland branch Two Centuries of Peacemaking: From the Peace Society to Martin Luther King: Report from Conference in Newcastle 7-8 June 2016 Women might have disappeared from the debates and discussions completely at this conference, if women had not been there to present papers on different aspects of WILPF history. “Were British and German peacewomen able...