Personal perspective

HK: How do you cope with this work at international level and the pressures of that work? MR: You have to think that actually the work that I do, and we do, is a privilege to be able to do […]

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COP 21: WILPF urges governments to commit to ambitious targets

The twenty-first Conference of the Parties (COP21) has started in Paris. WILPF International is holding two workshops, both on 6 December 2015. They are “Nuclear energy doesn’t save the climate” and “Women facing climate change.” Earlier this year, at the […]

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No peace without equality: end violence against women and girls

The UK Section of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom calls on the UK Government to practice and prioritise a foreign and domestic policy that invests in women’s human rights and women’s participation. Women’s participation is the foundation […]

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UK WILPF says “Refugees welcome”

Joining in the day of actions held around the country on Saturday 12 September, UK WILPF held a short vigil welcoming refugees to the UK and reminding the UK government that “people need peace, not war.” UK WILPF wrote to […]

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No to TTIP! 10 days left to sign petition

The European Citizens’ Initiative petition against TTIP and CETA is open until 6 October for signatures. Fewer than 200,000 signatures are needed to reach the 3,000,000 mark. The petition’s main objective is: “To prevent TTIP and CETA because they include […]

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