Materials from the Workshop in Strasbourg 2009 As added information to this crucial debate, you may be interested in the papers from a workshop coordinated with Cynthia Cockburn, members of WILPF, Women in Black and others at NATO’s 60th ‘birthday’ in Strasbourg in 2009. A summary of the papers is here: THE FEMINIST CASE AGAINST NATO & EU MILITARIZATION See reports of the workshop here: http://wloe.org/The-workshop.555.0.html And the papers here: http://wloe.org/Workshop-papers.551.0.html
Women say no to NATO! Position paper originating at the women’s workshop at the Counter Summit “No new Wars – No to NATO” Newport, September 1st, 2014 As women of the No to War, No to NATO international action network we join in wholehearted condemnation of NATO as an aggressive, expansionist, nuclear armed military alliance. Its creation fostered decades of Cold War, its continued existence has perpetuated armed conflicts and wars, and its intention is clearly to assure long-term … Continue reading →
L’exposé de Christiane Reymann lors de l’événement public « Pour une justice, la paix et la solidarité de genre Non à la guerre – Non à l’OTAN, stop à la militarisation » lors de la rencontre annuelle du réseau international « Non à la guerre – Non à l’OTAN » à Gand, Belgique, le 8 mars, Journée internationale des femmes 2013.
The lecture by Christiane Reymann at the public event “For gender justice peace and solidarity No to war – no to NATO, stop militarization” of the annual meeting of the international network “No to War – no to NATO” in Gent March 8th International womens day 2013
by Kristine Karch Around 30 people, most women participated.
by kristine karch womens_gathering_Chicago_2012.pdf
an article by kristine karch in the newspaper Newspaper_Europe_in_the_NATO_Strategy.pdf Women around the world are fighting for equal rights, against violence, suppression and exclusion. In the analysis of the causes of war feminists identify the patriarchy – the dominance of masculine values within society – along with the power structures of capitalism, racism and militarism as the driving forces. Male values which are close-knitted to hierarchy, rivalry and competition result in consequential violence. So called female values like concern and reconciliation … Continue reading →
by Cynthia Cockburn Due for publication in Women in Action, 2011. Originally presented at the Annual Meeting of No to War – No to NATO Dublin. 15-17 April 2011 Snagged On The Contradiction: NATO, UNSC Resolution 1325, and Feminist Responses.pdf
Statement agreed by No to War – No to NATO, annual meeting, Dublin, 15-17 April 2011 UN Security Council Resolution 1325 was not intended as a military tool.pdf