"hard at work pushing for peaceful solutions to the world's problems through the 92-year-old Women's International League for Peace and Freedom - a group that has earned a place at the table of organizations like the European Union and the United Nations."
Statement of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
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March 17, 2002
WILPF presented a cogent statement at a Missile Defense Agency hearing October 19th in Sacramento, California criticizing the agency's proposed environmental impact statement. The hearing was one of four public hearings in October, required under the National Environmental Policy Act. Carol Reilley Urner, co-chair of WILPF's Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign, waded through more than 700 pages of documents to prepare WILPF's response.
We of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom thank Mayor Tadatoshi Akiba and Mayor Iccho Itoh for their initiatives in developing the Mayors' for Peace Campaign, and for their courageous and persistent efforts to move the world forward toward abolition of nuclear weapons.
"What can people possibly be thinking?"
At the close of the 61st year following the atomic bombings, voices of anger and frustration are echoing throughout the city of Nagasaki.
Brief Summaries of Treaties and Conventions Relative to Disarmament
Giving Summary, Status, and US Position on Each
For more information about Abolition, please contact Carol Urner.
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The Senate is expected to vote next week on a non-binding resolution
rejecting the escalation of the war in Iraq. Write your senators today. Urge
them to support the Biden resolution (S. Con. Res. 2) that rejects the
escalation of the war as an important first step. But Congress should also
articulate a political strategy that includes support for peace talks among
Iraqis, support for a regional peace process that includes Iran and Syria,
and a timeline for the withdrawal of U.S. troops while also limiting the
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