Women of Ukraine demand Peace. Peace with Justice. Peace with Freedom.
Nobel peace laureates’ delegation to Poland and Ukraine, June 20-24
Nobel peace laureates call for the end to invasion and accountability.
Nobel peace laureates call for full protection of ...read more
Who: Nobel peace laureates –Tawakkol Karman (Yemen), Leymah Gbowee (Liberia) and Jody Williams (USA)
What: Crossing the Polish-Ukraine border to visit Lviv
When: June 22, 2022
Where: Entry to Ukraine via train reaching the Lviv station, return to Poland via the pedestrian crossing at Medyka ...read more
As you know, Nobel Women's Initiative exists to help create a world transformed through a rejection of war, militarism, violence, and discrimination. We believe global security is about human security.
Nothing like a global pandemic to reveal the inherent tension between ensuring the security of ...read more
Nos dirigimos a ustedes hoy para mostrarles nuestra solidaridad, haciéndolo extensivo a las comunidades garífunas afroindígenas de Honduras en su lucha por proteger sus comunidades de la apropiación de tierras y el asalto a la biodiversidad de la costa hondureña que es su medio de vida.
Como ...read more
Six Nobel Peace laureates call on Prime Minister Trudeau to reinstate ban on military exports to Saudi Arabia
OPEN LETTER TO PRIME MINISTER JUSTIN TRUDEAU
The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, P.C., M.P.
Office of the Prime Minister 80 Wellington Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2
1 May 2020
Dear Prime Minister Justin Trudeau,
As Nobel Peace laureates, we are deeply concerned by Canada ...read more
As Nobel Peace laureates, we are deeply concerned by the ongoing displacements, violence and killings in Cameroon and by the surge of human rights violations in the context of Cameroon’s past and recent elections. This surge of violence did not end with the elections. In fact, people who cast their ...read more
Dear Prime Minister Trudeau and Deputy Prime Minister Freeland,
2020 has already become a year defined by devastating impacts of climate change. While we celebrated the ambition of countries — including Canada — that demanded the enshrinement of 1.5℃ in the Paris Agreement, it is increasingly ...read more
Eight Nobel peace laureates are calling on Aung San Suu Kyi to publicly acknowledge crimes — including genocide — committed against the Rohingya in Myanmar. On December 10th, the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the UN's highest court, will be starting public hearings and Aung San Suu Kyi is ...read more