Womens power to stop war

The Congress and Conference marking our 100th anniversary are now over. To all of you who participated, we want to thank you for the amazing time we had in The Hague! Together, we were able to connect, strengthen and celebrate the work of women peacemakers all over the world.

You can still listen to recordings of the different sessions on our Voice Republic page. No less than 41 sessions are archived and downloadable as podcasts. Browse through everything from “Engaging Men and Boys for Gender Equality” to “Militarism and the environment” and learn more about women’s power to stop war. 

More information about the events that took place in The Hague and the outcomes of the Congress and Conference can be found on our international website. Keep an eye on the website as more information will be published continuously. 

FROM OUR 100 BLOG SERIES

NO DEVELOPMENT WITHOUT PEACE: NO PEACE WITHOUT WOMEN
by Sylvie Ndongmo, WILPF Cameroon

I believe that peace is a way of life and that we should portray the change that we want to see in this world. I strongly believe in hard work and commitment in what I do. These are tools that must be used to impact change around us.

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STORIES BY MARY-ALYS; HIROSHIMA DAY
by Mary Alys, WILPF UK

We had meetings to discuss whatever our next action might be. For example, we did one for Hiroshima day, a few years running.

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