As part of WILPF UK’s participation in the Rethinking Security’s Visualising Securityproject, in the morning of the 27th May 2023 and for two hours, six of our members cametogether in
Let us refuse to be again victims of numerous manipulations which feed us with enemies. Once again a “cynical use of chemical weapons” is trying to get us into a
WILPF UK has joined many other NGOs to protest the government’s current position on the UN treaty negotiations currently taking place in New York regarding the banning of nuclear weapons.
The leader of the United Nations must be the embodiment of “We the People”. The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) campaigned for the formation, the strengthening and
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