"Feminist peace work means making women's peace work visible and usable for sustainable peace processes. Because peace is never a military project, but always a civilian project - a collective women's project.”
Ruth-Gaby Vermot-Mangold, Co-President and Founder of PeaceWomen Across the Globe
The corona pandemic has devastating consequences worldwide. Poor and marginalised population groups, particularly women, are severely affected by the pandemic and by government measures to combat the spread of the corona virus. People are suffering from hunger, women experience violence and peace processes are not prioritised. Find out more about these consequences and what PeaceWomen Across the Globe is doing about them.
Corona Emergency Fund: In mid-April we launched an emergency fund to support our partner organisations and the participants of our peacebuilding projects during the crisis. Read about the projects in our partner countries. Solidarity during the corona pandemic
Statements of the International Board: During the coronavirus pandemic the International Board of PeaceWomen Across the Globe is issuing statements on a number of key topics related to the effects of the crisis.
Apply the 50% rule in political and parliamentary bodies
Call to ceasefire and an end to all armed conflicts
End violence against women
Guarantee women's livelihoods now
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PeaceWomen Across the Globe (PWAG) is the growing international network of 1000 women nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005.
The international organisation, based in Bern, is committed to the participation of women in peacebuilding, particularly of disadvantaged and marginalised women.
PWAG promotes the exchange of experience and knowledge and the networking among the peace activists and advocates for women’s sustainable and visible peace work.
On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the "1000 women for the Nobel Peace Prize" initiative, PeaceWomen from eight countries talk about their life and work. more...
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