WILPF Publications

Yemeni Women Map the Road to peace

This publication is released in advance of the United Nations’ Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on Yemen, which will take place in January 2019. It addresses some of the gaps in Yemen’s implementation of the previous UPR recommendations on women’s rights, sexual and gender-based violence, and women’s participation in political and public life.

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Feminist Peace Movement In Africa Forum Report

This report summarised the discussions that took place during the Forum on the Feminist Peace Movement in Africa on 18 August 2018.
The forum brought together women’s peace activists and women’s rights advocates to discuss the root causes of violence, women’s role in social transformation, economic justice, and peacebuilding with a focus on the African continent.

Download: Feminist Peace Movement In Africa Forum Report

towards a feminist security council

Published ahead of the 2019 non-permanent Security Council Members beginning their tenure, this guidance note titled, “Towards a Feminist Security Council” provides specific guidance to Security Council Members on how to promote a Feminist Security Council Agenda that works for all. This guidance note presents means to strengthen existing mechanisms and builds on good practices to start shifting from militarised security towards sustainable feminist peace. It also outlines recommendations and modalities for Council Members to achieve that goal by envisioning what a Feminist Security Council could look like.

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Women, Peace and Security. Joint report for the UPR of Nigeria

This submission for the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Nigeria was made by the CEDAW Coalition on Women, Peace and Security (WPS), which is a coalition of eight registered Nigerian NGOs, including WILPF Nigeria, that was established in 2017 with the aim to provide the CEDAW Committee with information about gaps in the implementation of the Convention with a specific reference to the Committee’s General Recommendation 30 and the WPS Agenda more broadly. This UPR submission draws from the Coalition’s report to the CEDAW Committee with some updated information. As many of the recommendations made by the Committee to Nigeria in 2017 are relevant to the Coalition’s concerns, they are highlighted throughout this UPR submission.

Download Women, Peace and Security. Joint report for the UPR of Nigeria.

UNGA73 Gender-Militarism Index
The UNGA73 report is WILPF’s monitoring and analysis of the General Debate of the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA73). It includes specific references to WILPF Peace Women themes, women’s rights and experiences, as well as references to conflict prevention, transformation of the multilateral system and addressing structural barriers to women’s engagement, including patriarchal gendered norms and economic inequality. 
The report specifically supports policy-oriented advocacy and academic research on Women, Peace and Security, conflict prevention and transitional peace processes and provides an opportunity for local activists in focus countries to develop policy-oriented actions based on the current international climate.
First Committee Briefing Book

Published ahead of the 2018 UN General Assembly First Committee, this briefing book highlights a number of critical disarmament topics and suggests how governments can achieve progress. This briefing book provides a quick overview of the state of play on some of the most pressing issues that will be addressed at this year’s First Committee. It also outlines recommendations for governments from some of the key civil society groups working on these topics.

Download: First Committee Briefing Book 

Submission to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Review of Germany

This submission to the CESCR follows on a WILPF report for the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) and addresses the role of Germany in relation to austerity measures implemented in other countries, concerns about the increased domestic securitisation and the situation of women asylum seekers and refugees. See also the joint report to the CESCR on the impact of Germany’s arms transfers on economic, social and cultural rights.

Download: Submission to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Review of Germany

The impact of Germany’s arms transfers on economic, social and cultural rights

WILPF submitted this report jointly with the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights to the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. It is about Germany’s extraterritorial obligations under the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights with a focus on arms transfers to third countries and the regulation of operations of German businesses in the arms industry.

Download: The impact of Germany’s arms transfers on economic, social and cultural rights

Women’s Rights Beyond the Business Case – Ensuring Corporate Accountability

This joint briefing highlights the importance of a gender-just binding international accountability framework for Transnational Corporations (TNCs), as an agenda in its own right and an integral part of broader efforts to achieve women’s economic empowerment and rights. This is a contribution by the #Feminists4BindingTreaty to the UN process for the drafting of a treaty on TNCs and other business enterprises.

Download: Women’s Rights Beyond the Business Case – Ensuring Corporate Accountability

Télécharger: Les droits des femmes au-delà de l’analyse de rentabilité

Descargar: Los derechos de las mujeres más allá  de la justificación económica

 

Annual report 2017

The 2017 Annual report will give you insights into WILPF 2017 achievements:  from banning nuclear weapons, to the convening to reclaim the UN, to amplifying the voices of grassroots women peace activists, 2017 was about creating new spaces.

In 2017, WILPF’s work showed great progress towards achieving six strategic outcomes which contribute to advancing feminist peace: transform gendered power, stigmatisation of war and violence, feminist political economy, movement building, amplify local and regional change, improve multilateral actions.

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Mobilising for Sustainable Peace: WILPF Regional Cooperation in Africa

The objective of this report, “Mobilising for Sustainable Peace” is to summarise the information shared and conclusions drawn from the two WILPF African Regional Meetings held in 2017. It describes the joint work that the African Sections and Groups do at regional, national and local level to end war and injustice and replace it with peace and gender equality. The report also aims to shed light on the challenges that arise along the road towards peace.

Download: WILPF Africa – Mobilising for Sustainable Peace PDF

The Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty Resource Guide

This resource guide on the Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty serves as an explanatory document to the treaty. It addresses the gendered aspects of nuclear power and discusses the presentation of gender in the treaty itself. The resource guide additionally presents WILPF’s participation in disarmament initiatives and provides resources to ensure that the Treaty enters into force rapidly and is properly implemented.

Download: The Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty, a resource guide
Télécharger: Le traité sur l’interdiction des armes nucléaires, un guide de ressources
Descargar: El tratado de prohibición de armas nucleares, una guía de recursos

WOMEN, PEACE AND SECURITY: CONTRIBUTION OF WILPF CAMEROON TO THE UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW

In May 2018, Cameroon will undergo its Universal Periodic Review (UPR). This submission by WILPF Cameroon to the UPR Working Group provides analysis and recommendations on issues such as: National Plan 1325, participation of women in conflict prevention and resolution, political and socio-economic processes, arms control, gender-based violence, birth registration, protection of persons in humanitarian situations. This submission was developed in close collaboration with WILPF International.

Download: Women, Peace and Security: contribution of WILPF Cameroon to the Universal Periodic Review 

Télécharger: Femmes, paix et sécurité: contribution de WILPF Cameroun à l’examen periodoque universel

What Member States Can Do to Ensure Women’s Meaningful Participation in the UN System

The 61st UN Commission on the Status of Women convened in New York in April 2017, but due to the US’s implemented travel ban and consequent exclusion of many impacted women from the session, WILPF organised an alternative Convening in Geneva one month later. This booklet, created in partnership with UN Women, Oak Foundation and Norad, compiles the main recommendations proposed at the Convening. The document specifically addresses the operations of Member State representatives and recommends good practices for the creation of sustainable gender equality and representation within and around the UN system.

Download: What Member States Can Do to Ensure Women’s Meaningful Participation in the UN System

How UN Agencies and Programmes Can Ensure Women’s Meaningful Participation in their Work

The 61st UN Commission on the Status of Women convened in New York in April 2017, but due to the US’s implemented travel ban and consequent exclusion of many impacted women from the session, WILPF organised an alternative Convening in Geneva one month later. This booklet, created in partnership with UN Women, Oak Foundation and Norad, compiles the main recommendations proposed at the Convening. It lays out specific recommendations for UN agency representatives to ensure equal representation of women in all UN programmes. Including testimonies from the attendees, the document identifies procedural weaknesses in UN functions with respect to gender integration, and outlines strategies for effective inclusion and promotion of women’s voices in all branches of the organisation.

Download: How UN Agencies and Programmes Can Ensure Women’s Meaningful Participation in their Work

Building inclusive peace: Gender at the heart of conflict analysis

Saferworld partnered with WILPF and Oxfam to prepare this policy brief, which is a result of analysis and findings from combining the expertise of community-based organisations, women’s rights groups and international and peace-building organisations on gender norms and conflict. The policy brief includes gender-sensitive conflict analyses of Yemen and Libya, based on literature reviews, experience and knowledge of the contexts, and workshops conducted in partnership with WILPF and women’s organisations in the two countries. It also shares findings from similar literature reviews and collaborative research on land confiscations in Myanmar and how they affected gender dynamics, conducted with the support from Oxfam.

Download: Building inclusive peace: Gender at the heart of conflict analysis

Assessing UK Government Action on Women, Peace and Security in 2017

The Gender Action for Peace and Security (GAPS) is the UK’s only Women, Peace and Security (WPS) civil society network. WILPF is among its members and contributed to the drafting of this report. In particular on Yemen and the Arms Trade Treaty chapter, WILPF highlighted how women and girls are disproportionately affected by the use of explosive weapons in populated areas.

This shadow report outlines GAPS’ analysis of the UK’s WPS work over the past year as well as recommendations for the UK National Action Plan 2018-2022, that was launched on 16 January 2018. The shadow report also addresses the impact of different UK policies with regards to promote women’s active participation at UK-hosted peace-building events; to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse; to promote a stronger gendered approach at the UN Security Council; to respect its obligations in Yemen under the Arms Tread Treaty; to prevent sexual gender-based violence committed by fundamentalist groups; and to strengthen the approach to the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development.

Download Shadow Report: Assessing UK Government Action on Women, Peace and Security in 2017

Women, Peace and Security: A review of Germany’s National Action Plan 1325. Joint UPR submission

In May 2018, Germany will undergo its Universal Periodic Review (UPR). In this joint UPR submission, WILPF Germany and WILPF International review Germany’s National Action Plan 2017-2020 on Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security from various angles at both the national and international level. This submission focuses on domestic implementation; women refugees and asylum seekers; arms transfers; and Germany’s human rights obligations as a member of multilateral institutions (re: austerity measures in other countries)

Download: Women, Peace and Security: A review of Germany’s National Action Plan 1325. Joint UPR submission

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Joint UPR submission: Impact of Canadian Mining Companies. Canada’s Extraterritorial Obligations

This joint report submitted for the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) focuses on Canada’s failure to regulate the extraterritorial activities of Canadian companies effectively. It highlights the impact of Canadian mining companies on human rights, particularly women’s and indigenous peoples’ rights, in other countries. These are concerns that our organisations brought to the attention of the CEDAW Committee in 2016. The UPR Working Group will review Canada at its April/May 2018 session.

Download: Joint UPR submission: Impact of Canadian Mining Companies. Canada’s Extraterritorial Obligations

PALESTINIAN WOMEN UNDER PROLONGED ISRAELI OCCUPATION: THE GENDERED IMPACT OF OCCUPATION VIOLENCE (ARABIC)

تم إعداد هذا التقرير من قبل مركز المرأة للإرشاد القانوني والاجتماعي، ومركز العمل المجتمعي في جامعة القدس، والمركز الفلسطيني للتنمية والحريات الإعلامية (مدى)، مع رابطة النساء الدولية للسلام والحرية لتسليط الضوء على الانتهاكات التي تقوم بها سلطات الاحتلال الإسرائيلي ضمن عملية الاستعراض الدوري الشامل لإسرائيل والأراضي الفلسطينية المحتلة في عام ٢٠١٧.

للتحميل: النساء الفلسطينيات تحت الاحتلال الاسرائيلي الطويل

PALESTINIAN WOMEN UNDER PROLONGED ISRAELI OCCUPATION: THE GENDERED IMPACT OF OCCUPATION VIOLENCE

This is a joint report prepared by Community Action Center (CAC), The Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA), Women’s Centre for Legal Aid and Counseling (WCLAC) and Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) to highlight the violations committed by Israel against Palestinian women under the occupation, as part of the Universal Periodic Review of Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories in 2017.

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Security Council Scorecard on Women, Peace and Security: Lessons Learned from 2010-2016

This research brief maps trends on compliance with relevant international standards around Women, Peace and Security by the Permanent Five in the period between 2010 and 2016. It addresses all four pillars of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda (participation, conflict prevention, protection and relief and recovery), analyses state actions at both the international and national levels and demonstrates the main gaps in the Women, Peace and Security implementation efforts, including around gender power analysis, disarmament and financing. It shows that strengthening women’s meaningful participation, conflict prevention and disarmament are critical areas to address for achieving feminist peace.  

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Index of Statements made during the General Debate of the 72nd Session of the General Assembly (19-25 September 2017)

The UNGA72 report is a product of WILPF’s monitoring and analysis of the General Debate of the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA72) for references to women, disarmament and conflict prevention, as well as to a number of focus countries. The report supports policy-oriented advocacy and academic research on Women, Peace and Security, conflict prevention and transitional peace processes and provides an opportunity for local activists in WILPF’s focus countries to develop policy-oriented actions based on the current international climate.

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Annual report 2016

In 2016, the initiatives and achievements of WILPF International, our programmes, partners and many sections across the world were varied and diverse. In the Annual Report 2016, you can read about some of the activities carried out in 2016. The report will take you throughout the world from Nigeria to Colombia, from Bosnia to Syria, from the Democratic Republic of the Congo to Sweden, and show how our staff and sections worked brilliantly to think differently and act differently.

The report will also give you insights into the work of WILPF, the implementation of a new strategy, cross-border partnerships, and the importance of feminist movement building. Furthermore, you will get an introduction to the term ‘feminist peace’ upon which WILPF bases its entire work and foundation.

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Feminism at the Frontline: Addressing Women’s Multidimensional Insecurity in Yemen and Libya

The following report is an overview of the work WILPF’s partners has been doing on the ground in Libya and Yemen with respect to WPS. It highlights various women’s experiences and give the floor to Yemeni and Libyan women to voice their concerns on security, challenges and peace building processes.

Download the report in English and Arabic

A Feminist Perspective on Post-Conflict Restructuring and Recovery – the Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina

In the report, A Feminist Perspective on Post-Conflict Restructuring and Recovery – the Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina we argue that an economic reform agenda introduced in a post-conflict country that is not underpinned by a rigorous feminist conflict and gender analysis, will contribute to a continuum of entrenched structural and gender inequalities. Furthermore, we claim that failure to prioritize compliance with human rights in the macro economic reform agenda, in this case particularly economic and social rights, will contribute to the ongoing social conflict in the country and increase the risk of re-occurrence of the conflict. The report focuses on the Reform Agenda for Bosnia and Herzegovina as the content of the reforms is a prime example of a prevailing austerity paradigm seen across Europe – with an important added element of Bosnia also being a post-conflict country. The report looks at political and economic processes over the years leading up to adoption of the Reform Agenda and analyses its likely outcomes on the structural gender equality and social justices in the country. Furthermore, the report looks at the linkages between international human rights obligations and the role international financial institutions play in designing and facilitating post-conflict recovery and reconstruction processes.

Download the report in English and Bosnian

Download the Executive Summary in English

Women, Peace and Security in Nigeria

This shadow report was submitted to the 67th CEDAW Session (July 2017) and draws attention to specific obstacles hindering the effective implementation of the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security in Nigeria. This is a submission by WILPF Nigeria made jointly with seven other Nigerian NGOs: Arike Foundation, Dorothy Njemanze Foundation, Federation of Muslim Women Association of Nigeria, Initiative for Sustainable Peace, West Africa Network for Peacebuilding, Women’s Right Advancement and Protection Alternative, Women for Skill Acquisition Development and Leadership Organisation.

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Syria Response Consultations on the UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security

The UK government is developing a new National Action Plan (NAP) on Women, Peace and Security (WPS) to be launched in 2017 with 6 focus countries including Syria. WILPF, Amnesty International UK and the Syrian CSO Women Now for Development held consultations with Syrian women activists to reflect and strategise on how best to use the UK NAP to translate the UK government’s WPS commitments into tangibly positive impacts for all women and girls inside Syria, as well as those seeking refuge abroad. The report is also based on a series of focus group discussions (FGDs) and key informant interviews conducted by grassroots activists inside Syria.

Download the report in English and Arabic.

The Impact of Italy’s Arms Transfers on Women

This shadow report was submitted to the 67th CEDAW Session (July 2017) and reviews Italy’s arms transfers and their impact on women’s safety and rights, with a focus on transfers to Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE, countries involved in the armed conflict in Yemen.

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Obstacles to Women’s Meaningful Participation in Peace Efforts in Ukraine

This report was submitted for the Universal Periodic Review of Ukraine to the UPR Working Group 28th session in November 2017. It draws attention to obstacles to women’s meaningful political participation in Ukraine, reviewing the impact of austerity measures on women’s economic and social rights and the impact of stigmatising organisations working for dialogue. This is a joint submission by WILPF and these Ukrainian NGOs: Alternative Youth Centre, Centre for Social and Labour Research, Centre of the Future, Child Smile, East Donbas Regional Development Agency, Gender Dnipro, Theatre for Dialogue.

Download: Obstacles to Women’s Meaningful Participation in Peace Efforts in Ukraine

Banning Nuclear Weapons: Principles and Elements for a Legally Binding Instrument

The following report is an overview of the principles, prohibitions, and positive obligations that should be included in a treaty banning nuclear weapons, in order to reinforce and strengthen existing law and codify once and for all the illegitimacy of nuclear weapons. Above all else, it is imperative that this treaty makes all aspects of the possession, use, threat of use, or preparation for use of nuclear weapons categorically illegal, without exception.

Download: Banning Nuclear Weapons – Principles and Elements for a Legally Binding Instrument

The Impact of Germany’s Arms Transfers on Women – Germany’s Extraterritorial Obligations under CEDAW

This shadow report was submitted to the 66th CEDAW Session, reviewing Germany’s arms export and its impact on women’s safety and rights in arms importing countries. It is a joint report by WILPF International and the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights.

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The Effects of Intervention by International Financial Institutions on Women’s Human Rights in Ukraine

This shadow report was submitted to the 66th CEDAW Session. It reviews the impact of Ukraine’s austerity measures, required by the IMF, on women’s increased hindered access to their human rights. This is a joint report by WILPF International and these Ukrainian NGOs: Centre for Social and Labour Research, Theatre for Dialogue, Gender Dnipro, NGO Center for the Future, Child Smile, Alternative Center.

Download The Effects of Intervention by International Financial Institutions on Women’s Human Rights in Ukraine – ENGLISH

Download The Effects of Intervention by International Financial Institutions on Women’s Human Rights in Ukraine – UKRAINIAN

Annual Report 2015

December 2016

In 2015, WILPF celebrated 100 years of advocacy and activism for peace. We held our Centennial Congress in The Hague, the Netherlands, welcomed three new Sections, and adopted a renewed WILPF manifesto. Most importantly we organised the peace summit “Women’s Power to Stop War” gathering more than 1,000 peace activists from more than 80 different countries. Please read about all our international activities in 2015 and get some snippets from our national work around the globe.

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Creating an International Gender and Peace agenda: Impact of Canadian mines in Latin America

October 2016

This publication wish to draw the attention of the CEDAW Committee to the failure of the Canadian Government to meet its obligations to protect the human rights of women which have been violated as a result of Canadian mining companies’ operations, and to establish effective administrative and judicial mechanisms to ensure access to justice for women outside Canadian territory.

Download ‘Creating an International agenda of Gender and Peace’ (English).

Download ‘Creating an International agenda of Gender and Peace’ (Spanish).

Enquête sur les violations des Droits Humains subies par les femmes congolaises dans l’exploitation des mines artisanales dans la province du Haut Katanga

Octobre 2016

Recherche menée par Annie Matundu Mbambi, présidente de la section WILPF en RDC, et Léonnie Kandolo, membre de WILPF RDC. Pour cette recherche, elles se sont rendues dans la région de Haut-Katanga et ont visité trois sites d’extraction artisanale. Outre l’observation directe effectuée dans le cadre de leurs visites, les chercheuses ont procédé à des entretiens libres et organisés des groupes de discussion (focus groups) avec les femmes travaillant dans les exploitations artisanales. WILPF a publié un rapport basé sur cette recherche intitulé ‘A l’autre bout de la chaîne : les femmes dans les mines artisanales en RDC’.

Download ‘Enquête sur les violations des Droits Humains subies par les femmes congolaises dnas l’exploitation des mines artisanales dans la province du Haut Katanga’.

Life at the bottom of the chain: Women in artisanal mines in DRC

October 2016

This publication is part of WILPF’s action aimed at bringing to light human rights violations relating to the activities of business enterprises, their impact on women, and their relationship with the root causes of conflicts, showing thereby the necessity of a legally binding legal framework to prevent such violations.

Download ‘Life at the bottom of the chain: Women in artisanal mines in DRC’ (English).

Download ‘Life at the bottom of the chain: Women in artisanal mines in DRC’ (French).

WILPF Analysis: General Debate of the 71st Session of the General Assembly

October 2016

The following Gender Index includes all references to gender, women, girls, gender equality, violence against women, and women’s participation made in statements delivered during the general debate of the seventy-first session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

Download WILPF Analysis: General Debate of the 71st Session of the General Assembly

From War to Sustainable Peace: A Solidarity Dialogue between Bosnian and Ukrainian Women Activists

June 2016

This is a report of the views and opinions expressed by women activists from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Ukraine at the Solidarity Dialogue in Sarajevo to share experience and contribute to a better understanding of women’s contribution to conflict and post-conflict transition.

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VIOLATIONS AGAINST WOMEN IN SYRIA AND THE DISPROPORTIONATE IMPACT OF THE CONFLICT ON THEM (English)

May 2016

This is an NGO summary report for the Universal Periodic Review of Syria, coming up in November 2016. It uses a gendered approach and provides a critical analysis of the violations against women in Syria and the disproportionate impact of the conflict on them. It is the product of months of hard work by phenomenal Syrian women organisations in collaboration with WILPF and with the support of the Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation. 

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VIOLATIONS AGAINST WOMEN IN SYRIA AND THE DISPROPORTIONATE IMPACT OF THE CONFLICT ON THEM (ARABIC)

هذا التقرير مخصص تقديمه للإستعراض الدوري الشامل لسوريا المقرر انعقاده في تشرين الأول ٢٠١٦ كتقرير صادر عن المنظمات غير الحكومية. يشكل هذا التقرير نتاج أشهر من العمل الشاق من قبل منظمات نسائية سورية عظيمة  بالتعاون مع رابطة النساء الدولية للسلام والحرية وبدعم من مؤسسة كفينا تيل كفينا.

للتحميل: الانتهاكات الواقعة على النساء في سوريا والأثر المجحف للنزاع عليهن: تقرير المنظمات غير الحكومية للإستعراض الدوري الشامل للجمهورية العربية السوزية – تشرين الثاني ٢٠١٦

The Swedish arms trade and risk assessments: does a feminist foreign policy make a difference?

May 2016

This publication is a case study associated with our report Preventing gender-based violence through arms control: tools and guidelines to implement the Arms Trade Treaty and UN Programme of Action.

The case study provides a brief overview of the Swedish arms industry and trade focusing on national law and policy, including in relation to preventing gender-based violence.

Read more and download the report at Reaching Critical Will

Explosive Weapons and the Right to Health, Education and Adequate Housing: Extraterritorial Obligations of France, Sweden and the UK under CESCR

May 2016

WILPF’s reports focus on the transfers of explosive weapons from these countries to Yemen and Saudi Arabia. These reports have been communicated to the Committee for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights for the reviews of France, Sweden and the United-Kingdom happening in June 2016.

Download WILPF CESCR Report France

Download WILPF CESCR Report Sweden

Download WILPF CESCR Report United Kingdom

Creating an International Gender and Peace Agenda: Transnational Companies, Weapons and Nuclear Testing

May 2016

In this report, WILPF draws attention to France’s extraterritorial obligations under the CEDAW Convention. The report sheds light on the harmful impacts on women’s rights of France’s arms transfers, the operations of French transnational companies in the textile industry; and the effects of French nuclear testing in French Polynesia.

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Preventing gender-based violence through arms control: tools and guidelines to implement the Arms Trade Treaty and UN Programme of Action

April 2016

This report provides tools and guidelines for effective implementation of the Arms Trade Treaty and the UN Programme of Action on small arms and light weapons provisions related to gender-based violence. The report was published by Reaching Critical Will, a programme of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

Download the Executive summary in PDF

Download the full report Preventing gender-based violence through arms control

Download full report in Spanish Prevenir la violencia de género a través del control de armas

WILPF Congress Report 2015

From the 22-25 April 2015, the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) held their Centennial Congress in The Hague, the Netherlands. This is the report of the congress.

To get access to all appendices from the Congress 2015, please email the Secretariat on secretariat(a)wilpf.ch

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Creating an International Gender and Peace Agenda: Transnational Companies Weapons and Violence Against Women

In light of the 2016 Review of Sweden by the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women, the Human Rights programme and WILPF Sweden have drafted a Shadow Report, providing recommendations to the Swedish Government, in the areas of arms exports, business and human rights and the Women, Peace and Security Agenda to ensure the respect of women’s rights.

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Women, weapons, and war: a gendered critique of multilateral instruments

October 2015

This publication considers synergies—and contradictions—related to gender and women in a number of multilateral resolutions, treaties, and commitments on conventional weapons and women’s rights and participation.

 

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Trading arms, bombing towns

This briefing paper looks at the lethal connection between the international arms trade and the use of explosive weapons in populated areas and makes recommendations to governments and others on policy and practice.

 

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First Committee briefing book 2015

Published ahead of the 2015 UN General Assembly First Committee, this briefing book highlights a number of critical disarmament topics and suggests how governments can achieve progress.

 

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Gender-based violence and the Arms Trade Treaty

October 2015

This briefing paper aims to provide some background on the terminology around GBV and to highlight questions that will be relevant for risk assessments under article 6 and 7 of the Arms Trade Treaty.

 

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Filling the legal gap: the prohibition of nuclear weapons

October 2015

This publication by Reaching Critical Will and Article 36 summaries the gaps in existing treaty law related to nuclear weapons that could be filled by a treaty banning nuclear weapons.

 

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Assuring destruction forever: 2015 edition

This updated study by Reaching Critical Will explores the ongoing and planned nuclear weapon modernization programmes in China, France, India, Israel, Pakistan, Russian Federation, the United Kingdom, and the United States

 

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2015 NPT Briefing Book

In advance of the NPT Review Conference, that took place on 27 April–22 May 2015 in New York, Reaching Critical Will produced a briefing book looking into issues such as the current status and recommendations for the 2010 NPT Action Plan, ongoing modernisation plans of nuclear arsenals, the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons, and the potential for a treaty banning nuclear weapons.

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Pieces of Peace: Peace through the Gendered Conflict Prevention

This publication examines what is required to realise more effective gendered conflict prevention by focusing on eight key components: inclusive participation; gendered analysis; demilitarisation; disarmament; women’s human rights; environmental sustainability and development justice; local to global responses; and an independent women’s movement.

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Through the Lens of Civil Society: Summary Report of the Public Submissions to the Global Study

In light of the 2015 High Level Review of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda and the Global Study on the Implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325, the PeaceWomen programme has reviewed and compiled a Summary Report, providing nine strategic recommendations for the Global Study.

Download Through the Lens of Civil Society: Summary Report of the Public Submissions to the Global Study

The NPT National Action Plan Monitoring Report 2015

July 2015

Five years after the adoption of the 64 point NPT Action Plan in 2010, Reaching Critical Will’s final monitoring report provides a straightforward review and assessment of the Plan’s implementation. In addition to actions on nuclear disarmament, nuclear non-proliferation, and the peaceful uses of nuclear energy, the report covers the initiatives related to the Middle East weapons of mass destruction free zone and the humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons.

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Creating an International Gender and Peace Agenda: Transnational Companies, Weapons and VAW. Extraterritorial Obligations of Spain

July 2015

This is a joint report by WILPF Spain and the Human Rights programme of WILPF submitted as a Shadow Report to CEDAW 61st Session. In the report, WILPF calls to the Committee’s attention the human rights situation of women living outside Spain related to the exports of weapons, the Women, Peace and Security Agenda and with the activities of transnational companies.

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WILPF 100 Years: A Brief Look at a Long History

This pamphlet takes you through the 100-year journey of analysis, activism and advocacy that has kept WILPF on the forefront of the peace movement for a century. Take a moment to browse through our history and find out what 100 years of peacemaking looks like.

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Strategies for Change Conference

Women in Syria and Iraq continue to face violence, including sexual and gender-based violence by state actors, militias, and other extremist armed groups. In this report, Syrian and Iraqi women rights activists tackle the root causes of violence against women, identify its patterns and presents strategies and recommendations to respond to it.

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This report is also available in Arabic.

Filling the gap: report on the Vienna conference on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons

December 2014

This publication is a conference report for the meeting hosted by the government of Austria on 8-9 December 2014 on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons.

The report contains an analysis of the conference’s importance, highlights from government and other interventions, a brief overview of the Civil Society Forum hosted by the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) before the government conference, and lists some additional resources.

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Leveraging UNSCR 1325 National Action Plans for Local Change: Civil Society Opportunities in the MENA Region

This research brief provides background and good practice options or modalities that civil society can draw in in the first phase of planning their National Action Plan (NAP) advocacy planning for the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region.

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Human Rights Programme brochure

This brochure contains a presentation of the Human Rights Programme: its mission and vision, its objectives as well as its methods of work.

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Banning Nuclear Weapons: An Effective Measure for Disarmament

This paper explores the effective measures for nuclear disarmament presented by the New Agenda Coalition in its 2014 NPT working paper.

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Answers to the Questionnaire on Military Expenditures

This updated questionnaire provides answers from several WILPF Sections on military expenditures to the independent expert on the promotion of a democratic and equitable international order.

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Voices from Ukraine: civil society as a driver for peace

This report provides context and analysis on the current political and security landscape in Ukraine. It examines the relationship between women and men in conflict and provides an in-depth analysis of civil society. The report concludes with several recommendations for the situation.

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You get what you pay for

This updated brochure was produced jointly by all WILPF programmes. It makes the connection between military spending and gender equality and stresses the need to free up financial, technological, and human resources that are allocated to militaries to economic, social, and environmental programmes.

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Assuring destruction forever: 2014 edition

This updated study explores the ongoing and planned nuclear weapon modernization programmes in China, France, India, Israel, Pakistan, Russian Federation, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

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A treaty banning nuclear weapons

This joint paper by Reaching Critical Will and Article 36 explores the development of a legal framework for the prohibition and elimination of nuclear weapons. It looks at possible principles and provisions of such a framework; how it could be accomplished; and its potential normative and practical impacts.

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Caught Between Arms: The State of Women’s Rights in India

This shadow report was submitted to the 58th CEDAW Session, reviewing the current standing of women’s rights in India. It is a join report by WILPF India and WILPF International.

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More Arms than Mahishasura: A Feminist critique on militarism in India

This paper will expand upon the work done by Indian feminists on militarisation and the experiences of women in conflict. It will link theory and national trends to critique the growth of military industries and militarised cultures in India from a feminist perspective.

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Syrian NGO CEDAW Report 2014

This report is based on the reports of UN agencies, international and local human rights organisation and other entities as well as information from documentation centers under our outside of the regime control.

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Women and Explosive Weapons

This publication seeks to draw attention to some of the unique impacts on women that explosive weapons have when used in populated areas. The report is part of Reaching Critical Will’s attempt to highlight the impact of weapons on women and the importance of strengthen a gender perspective in disarmament and arms control in order to ensure inclusive security and prevent all human suffering.

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Women Organising for Change in Syria and Bosnia

As part of WILPF’s initiative “Women Organising for Change in Syria and Bosnia” a feminist solidarity conference between women activists from Syria and Bosnia was held from 10-14th of February 2014 in Sarajevo, Bosnia. This is a complete report of the conference.

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An assessment of the PoA

This briefing paper, written by Daniel Mack of Instituto Sou da Paz, explores some of the key challenges facing the UN Programme of Action on small arms and light weapons and highlights opportunities and options for addressing small arms issues more effectively.

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Sex and Drone strikes: Gender and identity in targeting and casualty analysis
Sex and Drone strikes: Gender and identity in targeting and casualty analysis

This paper by Reaching Critical Will and Article 36 addresses concerns that the sex of individuals is being used as a signifier to assume militancy in drone strikes target decisions and post-strike analysis of casualties.

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First Committee briefing book 2013

Published ahead of the 2013 UN General Assembly First Committee, this briefing book highlights a number of current disarmament issues and suggests ways forward. This briefing book will give the reader a quick overview of the state of play on some of the most pressing issues that will be addressed at this year’s First Committee. In addition, it will also provide recommendations for governments from some of the main civil society coalitions working on these topics.

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Human Trafficking and Related Crimes in the Context of Peacekeeping

This paper is a summary of the discussions and findings of the expert meetings. The first section references the Human Rights obligations and the nature of State responsibility. Section two sets out the nature of the offences that are committee in the course of trafficking and the sources of law for their prosecution.

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Preventing collapse: the NPT and a ban on nuclear weapons

This paper examines the complimentarily between the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and a ban on nuclear weapons. This paper argues that rather than constituting a challenge to the NPT, a process to ban nuclear weapons that arises from the discussion around the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons has the potential to prevent the NPT’s collapse.

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Women’s Rights in India

Written by WILPF India and WILPF International, this report was submitted to the 58th Presessional Working Group of the CEDAW Committee. The report overviews the 4th and 5th periodic reports of India and lists suggestions for reporting in the region.

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Assuring Destruction Forever 2012

This study by Reaching Critical Will explores in-depth the nuclear weapon modernisation programmes in China, France, India, Israel, Pakistan, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, and analyses the costs of nuclear weapons in the context of the economic crisis, austerity measures, and rising challenges in meeting human and environmental needs.

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Costs, Risks and Myths of Nuclear Power

Costs, risks, and myths of nuclear power: NGO world-wide study on the implications of the catastrophe at the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station is a collaborative work of non-governmental researchers, scientists, and activists. It was released on 11 September 2011, six months after the disaster at Fukushima and in advance of the high-level meeting on nuclear safety and security that UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will convene at the United Nations on 22 September.

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MENA Agenda 1325 Outcome Report 2012

This report from the MENA Agenda 1325 project at WILPF outlines some of the discussions that have been held in consultations and seminars, in particular the three day international conference held in conjunction with the UN Human Rights Council’s 20th session in June 2012.  

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The CTBT: obstacles to entry into force

This report on government positions on the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) highlights why entry into force of the treaty should not be treated as a precondition to nuclear disarmament or to the commencement of negotiations on a treaty banning nuclear weapons completely.

 

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Women, Peace and Security Handbook 2012

This is the second version of the PeaceWomen handbook, complied by WILPF’s Gender, Peace and Security Programme. It is a tool for good practice language and recommendations on the incorporation of gender and women’s rights into the UN Security Council’s work. The content is based on the on going work of PeaceWomen’s Security Council Monitor: Resolution Watch.

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Women, Peace and Security – WILPF Sweden 2007

This publication looks at women’s struggles as both victims and actors in times of conflict, as well as the dichotomy of women and men involved in decision-making processes. The publication also examines how femininity and masculinity affects, and is affected by, war and how large international organisations work to increase women’s participation.

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European Security Politics – Peace, security, cooperation

In 1994, the UN Development Program launched the concept of “human security” that shifted the focus away from nation-states and toward the security of all human beings.  This handbook investigates European security apparatuses and advocates for the inclusion of civil society in order to make the concept of “human security” a reality for everyone.

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A girl’s Right to Live: Female Foeticide and Girl Infanticide

Women are discriminated even before they are born. This document, elaborated by the NGO Committee on the Status of Women in 2007, analyses the causes and implications of the phenomenon of female foeticide and girl infanticide. It points out cultural and socio-economic factors. It provides specific data from India, China, South Korea and the Philippines.

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Cuba Delegation Report 20-25 November (2006)

In 2006 a delegation of WILPF members visited Cuba. This is a report giving their views on the advances and challenges for Cuba’s peoples in socioeconomic rights and in the search for peace.

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Uranium – Enrichment to Depletion

This publication deals with the definition of uranium, its development into fissile material, and the definition of depleted uranium, its uses, and the negative health effects. Possible ways forward are also investigated, from the negotiations of a Fissile Materials Treaty, to the possibility of a ban treaty of depleted uranium as a weapon.

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Human Security, Women and Disarmament

This publication presents the major economic and social consequences of different armaments linked to current conflicts. The main focus of all the paper is to show how the dramatic impact of continuing violence against women is changing their lives in different countries torn by conflict.

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CEDAW Report 30th Session 2004

This report is a summary of the 30th Session of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women between the dates of 12th-30th of January 2004. It provides outlines of the discussions referring to Nepal, Kyrgyzstan, Kuwait, Bhutan, Nigeria, Germany, Belarus and Ethiopia.

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Report on the World Summit on the Information Society

WILPF covered the first phrase of the World Summit on the Information Society hosted by the Swiss government in Geneva 2003. The following report is a summary of the summit.

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International Women’s Day Seminar – 5-7 March 2003
Women’s Rights and the Economics of War

Women suffer the effects of conflicts and wars differently from men. Papers in this publication address some of the major issues linking together women’s rights, peace and disarmament. In doing so, they deal with the complexity of the politics of oil, perspectives on small arms and the broader frame of women rights’ violations in armed conflict.

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Terrorism, The Global Order, Arms and Missile Defence

States responded to the terrorist events of 11 September mainly in military terms, boosting their arms budgets. The presentations gather together in this publication call for a different approach to expose and eradicate the root causes of violence through multilateral co-operation and a bigger involvement of women in decisions concerning peace and security.

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Actions to Break the Barriers to Peace in the Middle East

In 2001, WILPF held a seminar on the conflict in the Middle East and actions that can be take to help broker peaceful solutions. The seminar consisted of a panel on the Prospects for Peace between Palestine and Israel in the Middle East Region. The following is a report on the day.

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Militarism and HIV/AIDS – The Deadly Consequences for Women

This background paper explores the implications of militarism and AIDS, including militarism being a vector for the spread of the disease and the drain of available resources from relief programs to weapons spending. Taking these elements together, the paper suggests preventative measures in the occasion of the UNGA Special Session on HIV/AIDS.

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Prevention of Armed Conflict: Discussions in the Security Council

This report details the United Nations Security Councils discussions about how to stop of the occurrence of war during 2001. The report provides a timeline of the discussion in the Security Council, summary of the report by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan and a summary of the debate in the council on the 2st of June.

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International Women’s Day Seminar – 7-8 March 2001

In the Line of Fire: A Gender Perspective on Small Arms Proliferation, Peace Building and Conflict Resolution In July 2001 the United Nations decided to convene a conference on illicit trade of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW) to address problems raised by the proliferation of these weapons. The papers collected in this publication want to contribute to raise awareness of the gender aspect underlying the proliferation of SALW.

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Eliminating Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance

Globalisation has brought together different cultures and has eliminated barriers of time and space. However, xenophobia and racial discrimination continue to persist and lead to the marginalisation of vulnerable people. This report brings together presentations and workshops from WILPF’s seminar in 27-29 July 2000 in Brandeberg, Germany, about various contemporary forms of racism and how we can act in order to eradicate them.

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2000-2005 Nuclear Disarmament – What’s Next?

At the Non Proliferation Treaty Review Conference held in 2000, governments reached consensus for the first time in years. This booklet expands upon the action plan from the final document of the Review Conference and identifies what could be achieved in the coming five years. It also contains basic facts and figures for those new to the issue.

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Reporting of War and Disarmament: The Role of the Media in Building a Culture of Peace

In 2000 at WILPF annual seminar on International Women’s Day (8th of March) the focus was on the role of the media in peace building. While considering the conditions which peace is fostered in, it is important to examine the ways in which information, news and values are communicated globally. The outcomes of that seminar are explained in this report.

 

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Search for Peace in the Middle East

This report is brief record of WILPF efforts to further peaceful solution in Middle Eastern conflicts. Produced in 2000 the report details the previous 70 years of activity in the region, in particular in reference to the Arab/ Israeli conflict.

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Mujeres y Gloabalizacion

WILPF with its Costa Rican sections have put together over the years different publications to analyse phenomena that influence women on a national and international level. This publication intends to provide information and analysis for women, with limited access to information, on globalization and its impact on women. It provides a survey of the multilateral agreements on investments and their repercussions on women.

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Achieving Dignity-Campaigner’s Handbook for the Migrants Rights Convention

Since 1990, very few UN member states have ratified the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of all Migrant Workers and Members of their Families. This handbook, prepared by the International Migrants Watch Committee, intends to help organisers campaign towards the ratification of the Convention, with the objective of creating a global movement for the promotion of the rights of migrants.

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Human Rights Violations against Women during War and Conflict

Conscious of the necessity of peace in order to prevent poverty, discrimination, violence and inequality, WILPF organised a roundtable in 1997 to give a women’s perspective on conflicts, both as victims and as active opponents of them. This report recounts the discussions of the panel including recommendations to UN member states.

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Globalisation and Alternatives – Copenhagen Alternatives Declaration

Five years after the Social Summit in Copenhagen, this publication presents the analyses of Samir Amin and Franyois Houtart on the evolution of our contemporary world in order to understand the reasons underlying the failure of achieving substantial progress on the basis of the document adopted in the conference.

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International Security: A feminist perspective for the future

International Women’s Day in 1995 was commemorated by WILPF at the United Nations in Geneva by holding a seminar on international security.  UN Security Council reform, disarmament, and changes in socio-economic conditions for marginalised populations – topics that are intertwined – are presented in this seminar by speakers and working groups.

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Women’s Movements for Social Change: Social Feminism and Equity Feminism

Dr. Elise Boudling, speaking on the importance of women’s peace organizations, follows women’s fight for gender equity through the Industrial Revolution to today. In a world full of despair, Dr. Boudling calls for a feminist reflection on the collective women’s experience throughout history, saying that today, it is more important than ever.

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Acronym Decoder

Released in 1993, the Acronym Decoder provides the completed titles along with a brief description of the acronym.

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Seminar of Indigenous Women of the Americas

In 1992, WILPF Bolivia co-organised a seminar on indigenous people from all over South and Central America. This brief report recounts their activities and their focus on human rights and their recognition in national legislations.

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Children and Peace

January 1991

Written by members of WILPF Italy, this essay leads us to reflect on the role of children’s education for peace. In the preface to this essay former WILPF International President and Secretary General, Edith Ballantyne defines peace education as “a way of living, a way of analysing problems, learning to resolve them together with others in a community of interests”. The essay is the result of a series of initiatives started in schools throughout Italy and later translated for an English and Spanish audience.

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Réaliser l’Espérance

Cette publication suit le parcours de WILPF dés le début jusqu’à 1983, en régardant son interaction avec les événements mondiaux et donnant une attention particulière à la section française.

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