Content tagged with: Feminist peace policy

Ukraine: Stop this war in Donbas/Ukraine

We urgently appeal to the 28th OSCE Ministerial Council on December 2-3, 2021 in Stockholm and to all OSCE participating States to end the deadly war in the Donbass by an immediate ceasefire and the launch of an effective peace process!

Publications and multimedia

Through our publications and multimedia products you can learn more about the focal areas of our work, about our projects, programmes and political work, and about the activities of the members of our global network Feminists Connecting for Peace.


From policy briefs and reports to contributions by activists in the Feminists Connecting for Peace network to the biographies of the 1000 PeaceWomen: our publications provide an insight into our political and project work and into the activities in our global network.

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On the topic of "demilitarisation"

The “Feminists Connecting for Peace” magazine showcases the diverse work of our global network.

Newsletter 1/2022

Demilitarisation, Ukraine and new magazine

Since the beginning of the Russian war of aggression in Ukraine, there have been calls for rearmament and higher military spending. As a feminist peace organisation, we oppose the claim that more weapons lead to more security. We call for demilitarisation and disarmament, because this is the only way to achieve real peace and genuine security. Our board member Margo OkazawaRey and our programme and network manager Annemarie Sancar explain why the world is at a crossroads today.