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Celebrating nine women campaigners for peace – Aung San Suu Kyi

CELEBRATING NINE WOMEN CAMPAIGNERS FOR PEACE - NO.2 To celebrate International Peace Day 2014, we are celebrating nine women campaigners for peace from around the world. These women have been recognised by Noble Peace Prizes, National awards and appointments to…

Celebrating nine women campaigners for peace – Leymah Gbowee

CELEBRATING NINE WOMEN CAMPAIGNERS FOR PEACE - NO.1 To celebrate International Peace Day 2014, we are celebrating nine women campaigners for peace from around the world. These women have been recognised by Noble Peace Prizes, National awards and appointments to…

At the Nato summit – where are the women?

The NATO Summit in Wales starts tomorrow against a background of instability in many parts of the world. Conflicts in Iraq, Syria, Gaza, Ukraine and Libya will be on the Summit agenda as will the withdrawal of NATO troops from Afghanistan.…

Women’s rights: A teacher’s story

News from our partners at Amnesty International UK: Jo Dibb is the headmistress at a London school. But whose words is she speaking? Find out at http://amn.st/teacherstory

Women’s rights: A doctor’s story

News from our partners at Amnesty International UK: Dr Caroline Wright is a gynaecologist in Surrey, England. But whose words is she speaking? Find out at http://amn.st/doctorstory

Syria: Solidarity vigil

No women, no peace. would like to inform you of a vigil that will be taking place next week. A message from the organisers: 'Vigil for Syria Tuesday 3rd of September Blackfriars bridge to Westminster Join us in support for…

Warsi: The petition hand-in

After 4 months of campaigning, and 19,428 signatures later, No women, no peace. and Amnesty UK handed in your petition calling for strong UK action to tackle violence against women to Baroness Warsi at the end of last month. We…

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