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President Obama a Shines Light on Horrors of Nuclear War

May 27, 2016 • Category: Nuclear Weapons, WAND News

May 27, 2016 Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND) praises President Obama’s historic visit to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and his meeting with hibakusha, Japan’s atomic bomb survivors. He is the first sitting president to visit nuclear ground zero, now a memorial to the lives lost to the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and […]

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May: WAND@Work

Welcome to the May newsletter! Click to navigate! Chapters Budget Priorities/Wars Nuclear Weapons   Women, Peace, and Security Donor Spotlight WiLL Update Events   News As of May 2016, after 23 years of inspirational leadership Susan has retired from her position as Executive Director, but she will never stop her dauntless activism. You can read […]

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Webinar: Advancing Women’s Rights, Peace, and Political Participation Globally

Webinar: Advancing Women’s Rights, Peace, and Political Participation Globally Wednesday, May 25, 2016 3:00pm EDT Despite comprising over 50 percent of the world’s population, women continue to be notably underrepresented in politics, and gender inequality remains prevalent in all sectors of society worldwide. Yet, research shows that when women are empowered as political leaders, more […]

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February: WAND@Work

Welcome to the February newsletter! Click to navigate! Chapters Budget Priorities/Wars Nuclear Weapons   Women, Peace, and Security Donor Spotlight News WATCH: Erica Fein, Nuclear Weapons Policy Director, on “Deciding Whether to Reinvest in 21st-Century Nuclear Weapons.” READ: Susan Shaer and Erica Fein in the World Post: “Despite Iran Deal Success, Beware of Attempts to Undermine […]

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President Obama a Shines Light on Horrors of Nuclear War

May 27, 2016 Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND) praises President Obama’s historic visit to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and his meeting with hibakusha, Japan’s atomic bomb survivors. He is the first sitting president to visit nuclear ground zero, now a memorial to the lives lost to the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and […]

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CEDAW: Jump on the Bandwagon

by Susan Cundiff, WAND Education Fund Vice Board Chair, Eugene OR Almost every nation in the world has ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) since the U.N. General Assembly adopted it in 1979 – 189 countries to be exact. The United States stands with just 6 other […]

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March: WAND@Work

Welcome to the March newsletter! Click to navigate! Chapters Budget Priorities/Wars Nuclear Weapons   Women, Peace, and Security Donor Spotlight WiLL Update Nuclear Weapons A Budget Request That Leaves Much To Be Desired Despite its highly politicized nature, the President’s Budget request matters to policy wonks and advocates around the country because it serves as a […]

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Mothers Raising Peace: Including Women in Peacebuilding

by Lila O’Brien-Milne, WAND Women, Peace, and Security Fellow Mother’s Day brings to mind images of flowers, cards, and questionable breakfasts in bed cooked by well-meaning children. On this day, we reflect on the role of mothers in our lives and society – how our mothers have cared for us, shaped us, helped us grow. […]

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