Versailles 1919: Return of the Dangerous Women is now available to watch online. Re-enacted by WILPF activists, this film looks into the role of anti-war women in influencing the terms of the 1919 peace treaty. Watch the film here.
The 21st of September marks the International Day of Peace. Called for by the UN in 2001, it is a day of global ceasefire and non-violence practised the world-over. A day of Peace is monumental, however WILPF asks for more, […]
The document below outlines the involvement of WILPF UK alongside many other organisations in a 7 year Peace Forum working to highlight the stories of resistance within the historical narrative of World War One, with the aim of presenting an […]
WILPF UK commits to enforcing the rights of trans people, and the delivery of trans inclusive politics and support, on the basis of self- identification. We hold an inclusive approach to engaging with people. We intend to treat everybody with […]
As part of the exhibition Giving Peace a Chance: from the League of Nations to Greenham Common , shown at LSE Library Gallery from 14th January to 17th April 2019, the history of WILPF was featured through the display of […]