War posturing leads only to war. True, lasting peace happens when women’s voices are heard, human rights upheld, international law is respected, and when violence and militarization are rejected.
Critical role free press plays in global peace is recognized with Nobel Peace Prize.
In Afghanistan, as in conflict afflicted countries and regions throughout the world, there can be no just and durable state of peace without the leadership and on-going participation of women.
We welcome this new leadership group to guide the organization through the next stages of organizational transition and renewal.
Repair and new governance key priorities in transforming global organization committed to peace, justice, and equality through feminist action.
NWI demands and immediate end to persecution by Egyptian authorities.
The five women Nobel peace laureates of Nobel Women’s Initiative are calling on the United Nations Secretary-General and the United Nations Security Council to act urgently in Myanmar.
15 young feminist leaders join a virtual edition of the nine-week advocacy and communications program.
Action is needed now to ensure the health and safety of Thin Thin Aung and that the human rights of the people of Myanmar are upheld as violence and detentions continue unabated in Myanmar.
"We are deeply concerned by the ongoing violence and the detention of the leaders of the National League for Democracy (NLD) and pro-democracy activists."