WILPF Afghanistan brings women, men and youths together in Afghanistan as peacemakers and enhances their role in the development of sustainable peace all over the country.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
WILPF works together with local and international feminist activists and academics to analyse the peace agreement signed in 1995 as well as the post-conflict reconstruction and recovery processes.
By building a movement of women peacemakers, WILPF Cameroon contributes to social stability. Their impressive work focuses on peacebuilding, demilitarisation, and women’s rights.
LIMPAL Colombia works with communities and especially women to understand their situation, and advocates for better representation at a national level.
Although the Korean War (1950-53) no longer consists of active fighting, it has never officially ended. In this joint campaign, WILPF is calling for an end to the Korean War and demanding that women be part of the official peace process.
Using a feminist lens, WILPF Nigeria works to transform the Nigerian political structure and increase women’s participation in conflict prevention and peacebuilding decision processes.
By working closely with local Ukrainian women’s organisations, WILPF gets a better understanding of their situation and ensures that their analysis is considered by the international community.