[mili]women and peace building initiatives

"Commemorating pioneer women and present challenges for the Iraqi women march"
Yehudit Kirstein Keshet and other Israeli women like her have spent six years monitoring activities at Israeli checkpoints leading to the West Bank. What motivates these women to monitor the men who are supposed to be protecting them?
In mid-August 2007, Iraqi Al-Amal Association and the Baghdad Women's Association in partnership with UNOPS (United Nations Office for Project Services), completed the project “Peace Building through Training on Conflict Resolution and Democracy”.
A statement from the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) on the current situation in Burma.
Call for applications: Nonviolence Education and Training (NVET)
'The idea is to ensure that a May 12 never happens again,'' said Nasir Aslam Zahid, former judge and one of the members of the Women’s Commission for Peace (WCP) formed in time for Tuesday when Pakistan celebrates its 60th year of independence.
What are the biggest threats to the security of people and states in Africa? What can women leaders in Africa and women around the world do together to address these concerns?
Women in Black is an international network of feminist, antimilitarist women who work for peace, are against war, denounce violence - specifically against women - and promote feminine participation in the resolution of conflicts and in peace negotiations.
Les Femmes en noir est un réseau international de femmes féministes et antimilitaristes qui travaillent pour la paix.
Le droit face au terrorisme; Le terrorisme contre les libertés; S'unir contre le terrorisme et les terroristes
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