• I pledge to continue working with women in fragile and conflict affected countries.
  • I pledge to support the African feminist forum to promote women, peace and security in Africa and beyond.
  • I pledge to work towards international coorperation, tolerance and understanding for social justice and economic justice as well as any other form of discrimination.
  • I pledge to educate students about the links between militarism, conflict and our governments spending.
  • I pledge to work for reduction in the suffering of women in Pakistan and in the world to have a just world for all human beings.
  • I pledge to empower women of Iraq to become strong agents of change towards a peaceful Iraq, one which thrives on freedom and equality.
  • I pledge to raise the voices and stories of women and men who are pushed back against agents of violence and aggression that are exploiting them through arms, militarism and war.
  • I pledge to continue to organise and be a part of campaigns on anti-militarism and for cultures where peace is valued.
  • I pledge to contribute to non-violent gender sensitive networks to protect (female) human rights defenders.
  • I pledge to passionately study, understand and communicate the need to face conflict with creative, non-violent and peaceful strategies.
  • I pledge to provide space for women to be empowered to explore what peace menas for them as indivduals and in their home communities and countries, so that we can share responsibilities for our part in conflict and its resolution.
  • I pledge to help my peers realise and commit themselves to changing the societal power structures that prevent furthering women's rights to equal standing in all aspects.
  • I pledge to bring positive changes within the world by inviting women to the global movement started by WILPF to stop war and terror.
  • I pledge to organise my communities, both Rwandan and British, to advance non-violent approaches toward democracy building democratic institutions that put citizens first, not the interest of the rich minorities.
  • I pledge to contribute my part of the joint efforts towards equality, sustainable peace and justice for all and towards systematic and transformative change for the sake of our planet, eco-systems and people.
  • I pledge to find ways to take action on the goals presented in the manifesto and working internationally with other like-minded organisations.
  • I pledge to continue working for the empowerment of women victims of armed conflicts to get empowered, recovered, heard, and integrated into communities.
  • I pledge to help our youth comprehend what's going on in the world and how to help us work towards change.
  • I pledge to bring the WILPF Manifesto goals and power of peace to our local community.
  • I pledge to continue to study and work towards an alternative to war and to end social, economic and political systems that lead to violence.
  • I pledge to make sure stories of women loving women will be available to activists in the war zones so that women who are scared to death, will be able to use their love as power to stop war.
  • I pledge to raise awareness about the importance of women's leadership in peacemaking processes in Africa and the world!
  • I pledge to raise awareness among people of my community about the importance of women involvement in every section of our society, to fulfil the concept of "nothing about us."
  • I pledge to connect the work of WAVE (Women against violence Europe) to the work of WILPF for peace, against all violence and war.
  • I pledge to, as a Professor at the Lebanese University, to engage my students in projects on peace movements, always under the title: We in the Middle East are no more fear societies, we are free societies.
  • I pledge to mentor and train young men and women in taking their knowledge and becoming actively involved in their community, as well as local, regional and international.
  • I pledge to advocate for education of our exposure to violence in the media, in learning and transmitting the art of peaceful, respectful conflict negotiation and solution, from smaller to bigger conflicts, to encourage people especially young ones to live in peace as a goal in life.
  • I pledge to continue working for sustainable peace in Bosina and Herzegovina. I pledge to work on transforming harmful masculinities and femininities and eliminating violence against women and violence in the world.
  • I pledge to make love not war!
  • I pledge to advocate with my government to reduce military spending and stop supporting the war on terror
  • I pledge to advocate for better gender analysis and training for crimes of sexual violence and gender-based crimes in international criminal justice, specifically the international criminal court.
  • I pledge to continue, as a member of the media, to publicise the issues raised here and the feminist analyses of these issues.
  • I pledge to speak up on economic inequality, teach my students about disastrous everyday costs of our military industrial complex, suggeest alternatives to sustainable and respectful understandings, lifestyles and encourage everyone to dare to reflect and think out of the box.
  • I pledge to help meaningful and empowering communication between and among women and men in peace and gender justice movements and between people, particularily women of different cultures and origins.
  • I pledge to bring UNRES 1325 back to life again by even more international coalition and new strategies.
  • I pledge to not be silent on all forms of abuse of power directed to women and girls and to help men understand that we are not born violent and that we can live peacefully in respect of human rights and unphold human dignity!
  • I pledge to educate about root causes in the human mind (psychology) and the impact of violence on the women mind (perpetration traumatic stress) and the effeciveness of non-violence as a constructive alternative lifestyle.
  • I pledge to work with young women on dealing with the past and reconciliation and to provide a safe space for women to tell their truth about past conflicts.
  • I pledge to give my help and to raise my voice to transform violence and war to peace, stability and love all around the world, especially in Albania and the Balkan region.
  • I pledge to get sincerly engage with women and men to promote the message of peace and co-existance, irrespectively of religious and ideological, racial, gender and class differences.
  • I pledge to spread training on emotional literacy and non-violent communication so that women activists can collaborate and use their power together to stop the war.
  • I pledge to continue my activism to end the Israeli occupation of Palestine and to work with other organisations to bring peace to the Middle East.
  • I pledge to use my knowledge, education and resources to think globally for solutions that can help our nations but always act locally to ensure our children have health, education and resources to empower them to be able to have a sustainable world and co-exist with no borders, no racial difference and living in total non-violence and peace.
  • I pledge to keep finding creative ways to prevent conflict by non-violent means, individually and through movement building, and to share possibilities with the people I meet in my life.
  • I pledge to commit myself to continuing my personal growth, as a man, to challenge discrimination of any kind and to continue learning from and supporting the women leaders that have helped me do that this far.
  • I pledge to ensure that armed conflict research and analysis is done from a feminist standpoint including a gender perspective so that women's lives and experiences are not ignored and silenced, and to link this research to activism.
  • I pledge to fight the GAG law in Spain, the TTIP, link WILPF with social movements in my country, defend the human rights and denounce - as a journalist - the violation of HHRR that my government practices every day.
  • I pledge to work against Canadian militarism and to strive to prevent more lives from being lost or diminished and to work for justice and dignity for all.
  • I pledge to continue to provide core, flexible and long-term funding to support a strong and inclusive women, girls and man's movement around the world.
  • I pledge to work for a just economic sustainable world in order to change from a world with gunpowder and violence to a peaceful world with a strong movement.
  • I pledge to hold my government to accountable for all the CO2 emitted through military activities and the other environmental devastation resulting from the use of British weapons.
  • I pledge to put myself behind the campaign in the UK to scrap the current British nuclear missiles and to never renew them. This is a specific act as part of my pledge to reduce the UK government's addiction to the arms trade. When we've acheived that I hope we can get the corporate influence out of government. How can we have democracy if people's salary relies on a company paying them to vote on policies?
  • I pledge to use as much of my time and energy that is physically possible to spread the idea to friends, family, friends of friends, fellow university students and any one else who will listen that although the scale and scariness of warfare seem unbeatable, it is possible to defeat it with the support of enough people.
  • I pledge to actively work for demilitarisation in Aotearoa NZ and around the world, to challenge the ideology of powerful corporations and their government representatives, and to participate in building sustainable peace in the world.
  • I pledge to continue to work with men and boys to address negative hegemonial masulinities, dismantle patriarchy towards addressing the root causes of male domination, exploitary capitalism, militarism, conflict and war.
  • I pledge to continue to focus on and advocate for protection of our natural environment which by extension demands elimination of war militarisation, and rights violation.
  • I pledge to start a movement nationwide to democratise the United Nations by eliminating the 5 big veto powers, making all nations equal.
  • I pledge to create a culture of peace through music, facilitate women working together to achieve a transformation of society.
  • I pledge to work for human rights for workers in international companies and to contribute to making the gap between rich and poor smaller.
  • I pledge to engage the youth by linking with teachers in my home country and embedding the values of WILPF, peace and freedom and human rights in the education curriculum.
  • I pledge to support WILPF UK in its actions for peace, abandonment of "Trident" (nuclear weapons), human rights and economic justice.
  • I pledge to help women who are affected by war and build peace to make their voices heard and find a way to strengthen peace education to find non-violent ways to build peace.
  • I pledge to educate primary, secondary university and adult students on the vital importance of healthy soil, healthy family farming practices and eradication of GMO's and Niconoids (poison to bees and all beneficial insects).
  • I pledge to engage in institution building and education efforts so young women like myself have the knowledge and support to make real change!
  • I pledge to contribute to building transparent, inclusive alliances of solidarity and joint action with men, women and people from all gender identities to transform patriarchal norms including dominant, violent forms of masculinities.
  • I pledge to challenge the constant suggestions around me about using force and violence, work against all the systems identified here; patriarchy, capitalism, militarism, through feminist disarmament work and through local organisation providing a safe space to talk about the world we would want to live in.
  • I pledge to educate about the environmental effects of militarism, along with this I will show how these effects spread to more than just land and water but also to women's safety and many other important matters.
  • I pledge to engage more women of color and other marginalised populations in the United States with the anti-war, anti-militarisation and peace movements.
  • I pledge to continue to highligth women's role in peacebuilding through compelling events and continue to provide tangible, real-world examples of various forms of political and social participation to build a culture of peace.
  • I pledge to explore new creative ways to engage and connect with individuals, organisations and networks that can strengthen and connect the "new peace movement" and join the dots!
  • I pledge to work for a just, equal and war-free world where people can more across borders without impediments (no more deaths in the Mediterranean) and where ideologies such as racism and fascism will be history.
  • I pledge to work on awareness and change of patriarchal norms and values. Engagement of men and women in the process, work againt fascism, violence, militarism, homophobia and towards a better protection of women's human rights.
  • I pledge to fight to end impunity for war crimes, sexual war crimes, domestic violence and any other form of violence against women.
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