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Founding meeting in Kathmandu, Nepal in 2011.  

In August 2011, Patricia Cooper sent me an email asking if she could chat with me about a women’s peace network. Having been part of early Track Two initiatives in the 1990s, I was immediately intrigued and Pat did no...

For several years, we have been using “the most dangerous places for women” to describe India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, despite the fact that the 2011 Thomson Reuters Foundation poll  that coined the phrase was far from flawless. Our continued use of the poll mainly s...

Civil society leaders and peace activists from across the Americas came together to form a new network dedicated to working for women’s rights, peace, and justice in the region. 
November 2017, Antigua, Guatemala

Earlier this November, a small WRN team had the priv...

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Women in Pakhtun Long March: Building Peace and Challenging Stereotypes

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