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Women and the International Criminal Court
The Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice has established an office in The Hague and is actively monitoring developments at the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Statement from Canadian Voice of Women for Peace to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women
On the theme of women's equal participation in conflict prevention, management and conflict resolution and in post-conflict peace-building.
A Different Kind Of Power Is Possible
International conference organized by Women in Black, Belgrade and the Women’s Center, Leskovac.
Initiatives to influence the International Criminal Court continue.
Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice (WIGJ, formerly Women’s Caucus for Gender Justice) has been established in The Hague.
Cyprus: New publication by Cynthia Cockburn, "The Line: Women, Partition and the Gender Order in Cyprus"
Step across the Green Line in Cyprus and you defy the political leaders who seek to control movement.
1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005
Millions of women work day in day out to promote peace. In the year 2005 a thousand women shall collectively receive the Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts in pursuit of peace.
1000 femmes pour le prix Nobel de la paix 2005
Des millions de femmes s’engagent quotidiennement pour promouvoir la paix.
Australia: Forthcoming conference on The Challenge of Conflict, International Law Responds
The conference will bring together academics, lawyers, judges, activists and researchers to meet, interact with and consider the catastrophic consequences of deadly armed conflict.
Mauritius: Background paper about the US military base on Diego Garcia - the intersection of many struggles
Including the struggle of the women of Chagos, an example for the world-wide women’s movement.
Dossier 25: The Role of the International Community in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
23 April 2002
Thank you for inviting me here to give a Palestinian perspective on the Role of the International Community in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
In fact, the perspective I will be speaking from is that of human rights. I consider myself to be a human being first, and my ideology is human rights.
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