Women Vote Peace

Women Vote Peace

Zurich Peace Congress 1919 - 2019

Heidi Meinzolt, Carmen Magallón, Nina Sankari, Maki Kimura, Giovanna Pagani , Internationale Frauenliga für Frieden und Freiheit IFFF (Hrsg.)


152 Seiten

ISBN-13: 9783750402874

Verlag: Books on Demand

Erscheinungsdatum: 10.10.2019

Sprache: Englisch

Farbe: Ja

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100 Jahre Frauenwahlrecht, 100 Jahre Ende des 1. Weltkriegs – ein Grund zurückzuschauen und gleichzeitig den Blick nach vorne zu richten, wie Gerechtigkeit und Frieden umgesetzt werden können und welche Rolle die Frauen dabei spielen.
100 years of women's suffrage, 100 years after WW1 – a reason to look back and address the future. How to implement peace and justice? And which is the role women can play?
Heidi Meinzolt

Heidi Meinzolt

Member of the international Board of Wilpf, responsible for the European region. In Germany she ist a founding member of the Women Security Council, promoting the implementation of UNSCR 1325 and the Women-Peace and Security Agenda/WPS. Since 2016, she coordinates the working group on Women and Gender realities in the Civic Solidarity platform / CSP of OSCE. In 2018/19 she started the Project "Women vote Peace", focussing on the centenary of women's voting rights, bridging past, present and future commitment for peace and justice.

Carmen Magallón

Carmen Magallón

Considers herself an academic/activist or an activist/academic rejecting the dichotomy: University Professor in the Area of Arts and Humanities, graduated in Physics; Master degree studies in History and Philosophy of Science. She worked as Director of SIP Foundations, a Peace Research center, based in Zaragoza, Spain (2003-2018). Currently is the President of that foundation: www.seipaz.org. CM was a member of Women in Black in Spain and of the Council of War Resisters' International. She has been Vice-president of AIPAZ (Spanish Research for Peace Association). In 2011, with a group of women founded the WILPF Spain section. She is project partner in "Women vote Peace"

Nina Sankari

Nina Sankari

Polish social activist, translator, journalist. She combines feminism, rationalism, humanism and atheism in her fight for freedom, equality, democracy and human emancipation. Nina Sankari publishes in Poland and abroad. She is a co-foundor and editor of the atheist revue.

Maki Kimura

Maki Kimura

Dr Maki Kimura, originally from Japan is now based in the UK, has extensive experience in teaching and research in the area of gender. She is author of the book on Japan's military sexual slavery during WW2 . She does research on war, gender and memory. She is a founding member of justice of "comfort women" UK.

Giovanna Pagani

Giovanna Pagani

Has a long record in peace education, intercultural knowledge and gender equality. She lived for many years in Costa Rica and collaborated with universities and peace activists in Latin America with a focus on indigenous people, women and children. In 1989, has re-founded the Italian section of WILPF and is honorary president. She has published several books and is active in anti-nuclear and disarmament movement, and on climat issues linked to peace.

Internationale Frauenliga für Frieden und Freiheit IFFF

Internationale Frauenliga für Frieden und Freiheit IFFF (Hrsg.)

IFFF ist the German section of Women's Internationale League for Peace and Freedom WILPF. As the oldest women's peace organisation in the world, WILPF is an international non-governmental organisation with national sections in over 40 countries and consultative status with the United Nations. The International Secretariats are in NY and Geneva.

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