Let’s congratulate one of our own members who ran for Congress in Oregon on the Progressive Party slate.
This WILPF US Section Public Statement on Syria is being published on our website and on our Facebook page; we are also sending it to President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry.
As guardians of present and future generations, we need to be sure there is #NoLameDuck congressional vote on the TPP trade agreement, and we stand in solidarity with tribal water protectors and our Standing Rock sisters calling for #NODAPL.
Demand the truth about depleted uranium contamination, environmental degradation, and health risks.
The Peninsula/Palo Alto WILPF Branch sponsored three documentaries on human trafficking at the United Nations Association Film Festival and shared information on WILPF’s work.
WILPF US will be sending a delegation to the 61st Commission on the Status of Women March 11-18, 2017 in New York City as part of WILPF’s UN Practicum in Advocacy, open to students and to WILPF members.
WILPF US and its Earth Democracy and Advancing Human Rights national issue committees issued a statement of solidarity with those who oppose construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, and branches take action.
The 15th annual Vermont WILPF Gathering at Wing Farm, Rochester, VT, took place in late August, with some 22 WILPF women from Vermont, Boston, Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Iowa in attendance.
In a special celebration on Sunday, September 18, the Santa Barbara WILPF group honored longtime members Dorothy Holland, Deborah Winant, and Judith Evered.
Before the COP 22 Climate Summit, November 7-18, join the worldwide call for women and girls to showcase their climate justice struggles and solutions by posting photos and statements or by organizing educational events, community projects, protests, and marches.