The WILPF section in Ghana was founded in 2011. WILPF Ghana saw this as an opportunity and platform to have the issues of women, peace and security heard on a national and international level
Our key work is
Our key work is addressing human rights, womens's participation, gender inequalitues and promote social economic and political justice
WOMEN, PEACE &
One of the main objectives of WILPF is to promote WPS agenda-UNSCR 1325, gender equality, and women's rights and empowerment and serve as forums for dialogue and sustained engagement.
WILPF GHANA END GENDER
Create a culture that values women and girls: Change the community views, non-violence and girl child education
WILPF GHANA DISARMENT
PROGRAMS / PROJECTS:
WILPF Ghana Campaign to stop killer robots,Arms Control, Proliferation of Arms, Effective Treaty Implementation (ATT), etC
Educating children for Peace is an important aspect of building culture of peace. It is important to recognize the crucial role of education in contributing to understanding and tolerance in the community- to help build the future, to help make our world a more peaceful place to live
YOUNG WILPF NETWORK
The Young WILPF Network provides a space for women under the age of 35 to network, organize and advance the goals of WILPF within the younger generation. We are a globally connected network of young women, working from Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Africa and North America; disparate in geographical location, but sharing the common goals of gender equality, peace and disarmament. Most women in the field of working in the field of gender stereotypes and challenge militarism in their own context, and collaborating to connect their work with international arena.
To create a world free of violence and war; where human rights are protected
To defend women's rights, promote social, economic and political justice