When police officers themselves are responsible for so many cases of gender-based violence and when so many cases are never addressed by the judicial system, what does that say about both the institution of the police, the state and their coercive apparatus?
Connect with WILPF Sections from across the globe as they expose increased militarisation in Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Italy, and Australia. Come along to envision an alternative future based on feminist peace!
Interpretation will be available in English, German, Italian, and Japanese.
May 26, 2021 09:00 AM in Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
Katharine AM Wright, Department of Politics, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Surrey, Guildford GU2 7XH, UK. (International Political Science Review 2016, 37(3), 350–361)
International security institutions play a pivotal role in the realisation of the Women, Peace and Security agenda through their adoption and implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325. This article examines NATO’s adoption of UNSCR 1325, drawing upon Cynthia Enloe’s conception of NATO as a ‘teaching machine’ disseminating lessons on gender. In doing so, it finds UNSCR 1325 has been understood to be of ‘added-value’ to the Alliance in two respects: first, to support NATO’s long-established agenda to increase the representation of women in NATO forces; second, as a tool to increase operational effectiveness. I find that NATO’s adoption of UNSCR 1325 emerged as part of a counter discourse. The fact that this counter discourse was put forward by partner states challenges dominant understandings of the direction of policy dissemination within NATO. This case provides salient lessons on the opportunities for – and hindrances to – change through the pursuit of a feminist agenda within an international security institution.
+++ SAVE THE DATE +++ SAVE THE DATE +++ Topic: NATO is weaponizing the UN resolution 1325* women, peace, and security (WPS) The women against NATO network meeting will take place on 25. April 2021 (Sunday 11am PDT (UTC-7) / 2pm EDT (UTC-4) / 8pm CEST (UTC+2). Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81992604540?pwd=aGFNK3dwQnVKK1dIaWZPbXdFT0lxQT09 The following speakers will give us a short input and afterwards will have a discussion, with the aim to strengthen our activities against the war machine NATO.
They are dressed in black in the desert heat at Creech air force base, one of the US command centers for armed drones. In their hands are the small coffins marked with Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia and Yemen — countries where American drones have extinguished several lives. https://www.opednews.com/articles/When-robots-decide-on-life-by-Olof-Klugman-China_Death-Civilians_Murder-By-Drone_Peace-210223-867.html
AMICA e.V. ist eine Frauenrechtsorganisation, die sich für von Gewalt betroffene Frauen einsetzt. Wir arbeiten mit Projektpartnerinnen vor Ort zusammen und unterstützen diese im Aufbau eigenständiger nachhaltiger Strukturen. Uns ist es wichtig, unsere eigene Rolle als “Helfende” konstruktiv zu reflektieren und den Partnerinnen auf Augenhöhe zu begegnen.
Dear friends, On June 26, 1945, the United Nations Charter was adopted in San Francisco with the principle aim to ‘save succeeding generations from the scourge of war.’ We invite you to join a very special webinar on Wednesday June 24 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the UN Charter, and to discuss concrete and effective ways to achieve UN objectives to prevent war and advance disarmament for public health and sustainable development. The webinar will also commemorate 20 years …Continue reading →
A global women’s appeal to commemorate International Women’s Day for Peace and Disarmament (May 24) and the 75th anniversary year of the United Nations
Human security for public health, peace and sustainable developmentA global women’s appeal to commemorate International Women’s Day for Peace and Disarmament (May 24) and the 75th anniversary year of the United NationsInitiated by: ParliamentariansforNuclearNon-proliferationandDisarmament,WomenLegislators’Lobbyand WorldFutureCouncil
Gunda Weidmüller aus Hamburg auf der Flint*Demonstration am 08.03.2020
Ich bin hier in Hamburg und auch bundesweit in der Friedensbewegung aktiv. Für mich sind Feminismus und Friedensbewegung untrennbar miteinander verbunden. Beide leben von den Grundgedanken der Gerechtigkeit, der Partizipation und der internationalen Solidarität. Ohne die Befreiung der Frauen kann es keinen wirklichen Frieden geben und ohne den Frieden keine Befreiung der Frau! Continue reading →
Action in London on the ve of December 3rd, 2019, near Buckingham Palast.
Unfortunatly at the end of the demonstration I did not get back all 14 T-Shirts, the T-Shirts with the Number 6 and 7 are missing, please send them back to CND, 162 Holloway Road, London N7 8DQ. We need them for our next action the demonstration against the Munich Security Conference Februar 16th, 2020.
Cynthia Cockburn was a British academic, feminist, and peace activist. She was a researcher, writer, and photographer who has contributed to the study of masculinity, labor processes, and trade unionism, and more recently of gender, war and peace-making. She was an active anti-militarist and has long been involved in a number of peace and anti-war organizations. Cynthia was involved in the European Forum of Socialist Feminists and Women Against Fundamentalism and has long been active in the international network and London local group of Women in Black against War. From the beginning she supported the women against NATO network and produced the pink T-Shirts “Say no to NATO” which was handed over to the No to war – no to NATO network. In remembering of here we will use them in our fight against NATO.
This year we managed to use the No to NATO – T-Shirts on serveral events. First was a test a the Peace Festival Evening April 3rd 2019 Second was during the counter actions in front of the meeting place of NATOs foreign ministers (State Department / Harry S. Truman Building) Third we marched from there to the Lincoln Memorial and fourth we were part of the ralley on the Martin Luther King Memorial on April 4th, …Continue reading →
2018 WOMEN’S MARCH ON THE PENTAGON Give a Sh!t October 20 & 21, 2018 In response to the continuing march of military aggression by the USA and to put an antiwar agenda back on the table of activists, we are calling for an Women’s (and allies) March on the Pentagon tentatively sent for the 51st anniversary of the 1967 big antiwar event in DC and subsequent march on the Pentagon that had 50,000 people! Our demands are simple: The complete …Continue reading →
during the international Peace Conference part of the Anti-NATO activities in Brussels 2017, May 24/25 NATO Counter Summit 09:00 – 18:00 h Location Institut libre Marie Haps – Aarlenstraat,11 – 1050 Brussels- Belgium Metro: Lijn 2 & 6 – stop Troon Bus : E – AUDERGHEM Herrmann-Debroux – stop Ixelles Luxembourg & Bus 34, 38, 80, 95 – stop Luxembourg Workshop Woman and NATO Introduction by Ana Azaria (Femmes et Egalité, FR) Comments: Kristine Karch (No to War – No …Continue reading →
Late last week the Obama administration released shockingly underreported numbers claiming that the U.S. government has caused only 64 to 116 civilian deaths by drone strikes. These numbers simply don’t add up. Independent organizations estimate that the number of civilian deaths is closer to 8 times that amount! Take action: Call on the Obama administration to release the names of the civilian drone strike victims as well as its methodology for determining who is a civilian. At CODEPINK, we agree …Continue reading →
It was great to see you in Warsaw for the excellent No to NATO conference! After our roundtable on Sunday with the discussion about citizen diplomacy, I thought it would be good to send you some information about the trip to Russia including the Crimea that I was on two weeks ago–, It was great to see you in Warsaw! Here are some links to the Crimea and Russia trip. Sharon Tennison was the group leader for the trip. She …Continue reading →
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