[mili]women and peace building initiatives

On 5 October, civil society and NGO community gathered to protest the murder of Safia Amajan and demand significant changes in security policy from national and international forces.
There has been no shortage of punditry when it comes to the current crisis in the Middle East, however most of the published and broadcast voices have been male. It is critically important to also listen to what women are saying.
What does feminism offer peace, economic and social justice and human rights campaigners? The 2006 International meeting of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) invites you to its International Seminar on 9 September 2006.
People to People Dialogue for Peace and Sustainable Development is an initiative that is being built among farmers, urban, rural and plantation workers, fisher people and women’s organizations in the South, North, East and the Hill country.
Women from around the world, including Lebanon and Gaza, called in to this unusual broadcast to explore the root of the violence, place responsibility, and explain the critical needs women in the region face as they try to survive.
Women's voices and perspectives in reaction to the military aggression in Lebanon, Palestine and Israel will be the focus of a marathon live broadcast via Internet.
We, the Iraqi Women’s Network in Iraq and Act Together: Women’s Action for Iraq, are grateful to you for organising tonight's meeting for Sundus Abass, Director of the 'Women in Leadership Institute' in Baghdad.
Settling of interlocking conflicts cries out for new approaches.
The crisis in Sri Lanka has reached a new phase with the targeting of civilians for large scale killing and the accompanying denial of responsibility for such atrocities.
Two women peace prize winners — Jody Williams from the United States and Shirin Ebadi from Iran — have this week led a delegation of 10 civil society organizations from both countries.
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