Women Engaged in Action
On 1325

Women Preventing War
Building Peace

WE ACT 1325

  • Our Campaigns

    • Our Campaign

      The Center’s mission is to help advance a culture of peace through education and advocacy. A culture of peace is a set of values…

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  • News & Events

    • News & Events

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  • Press Release

    • Press Release

      We Act 1325 Statement: STOP THE RANTS, LAY DOWN THE GUNS, WOMEN WANT PEACE November 2011 We, members of Women Engaged in Action on 1325 (United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325), a national network of women in human rights, women, and peace organizations, express our unequivocal rejection of war and military solution to the crisis arising […]

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  • About the Organization

    Women Engaged in Action on 1325

    Women Engaged in Action 1325 (WE Act 1325) is a network of human rights, peace and women’s organizations committed to the implementation of the Philippine National Action Plan on UNSCRs 1325 and 1820.   Women Preventing War Building Peace   In light of the conspicuous lack of women in conflict resolution and in the peace […]

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  • What We Do

    Women in Action...

    Projects and Programs   Women’s Leadership in Politics, Peace and Security   Shares capabilities with women in conflict-affected areas on skills such as public speaking, advocacy, platform development, the project proposal writing, that help prepare them for leadership roles in government or civil society organizations   Building Capacities for Monitoring and Reporting of Armed Violence […]

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