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The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) aims to achieve a more just and equal worldfree of war and violence, where everyone has the full benefit of human rights.

Do you wish you could be part of a group which works for peace, freedom, justice and human rights? Which works to educate others to understand why violence and war don't work? Interested? Then please join us.

One person alone can make a contribution but by working together women can and do achieve much more.
WILPF is here for all persons who want to work together to fulfill our aims.

 

WILPF concerns for G20 impacts on freedom

WILPF Australia is concerned about the impacts on the freedoms of ordinary citizens and on civil liberties in the city of Brisbane as a result of the G20 leaders meeting being held there. In particular we are concerned that the increased militarisation of our civil society will not be recalled after G20 has finished.

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Formed in Australia in 2011, Young WILPF (YWILPF) is a global movement of young women involved in and supporting the objectives of the 100 year old feminist peace movement known as WILPF. Celebrating and embracing the varied experiences of women through a younger membership base, YWILPF works closely with WILPF Australia and with many sister organisations globally to help achieve our priorities.  Read more

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womenstopwar3Women’s Power to Stop War is a movement created and led by the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

By joining the movement, you will be part of an international community of courageous women activists, who believe conflicts and wars cannot be stopped without the participation of women – and that it is time that women start to focus on and use their power to stop war.  Read more

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 "There is no way to peace; peace is the way."  
Edith Greene Balch, founding member of WILPF and Nobel Peace Prize winner, 1946.

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