Life of former WILPF UK president celebrated

Hazel Rennie, an inspirational peace campaigner, was warmly remembered by the many who felt her influence. Her full obituary is available in The Guardian online here.

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Help us STOP TRIDENT!

Join WILPF, CND and many others at the emergency protest on Monday 18 July from 6 pm in Parliament Square, Westminster, London, as MPs vote whether or not to replace Trident, Britain’s nuclear weapons system. Make sure to publicize and […]

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Trade Justice Movement comments on Brexit; WILPF is a member of the Movement

The full statement, online from the Trade Justice Movement here, concludes by stating, “The fight for trade justice is now more important than ever. The Trade Justice Movement will be working with members and allies to develop a clear, progressive vision for […]

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Joint statement by WILPF and the Network of Eritrean Women

In March 2016, the UK’s Network of Eritrean Women released a statement in partnership with WILPF International, at the Human Rights Council meeting, asking the international community to take concrete actions to improve the human rights of women in Eritrea. […]

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Keeping women’s contributions alive: reflections from the Newcastle Peace Conference

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 […]

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