Issue Area: Arms Trading

Women in Black WiB Olympia

Women in Black is an international network of women standing in silent vigils calling for peace, justice, and non-violent solutions to conflict throughout the world. Women in Black began in 1988 in Israel/Palestine and has spread to conflict areas throughout the world. Each group is autonomous but related in the …

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Women`s Action for New Directions WAND Michigan

WAND was founded in 1982 as Women’s Action for Nuclear Disarmament. With the end of the cold war, we became Women’s Action for New Directions, and have been dedicating our energies to redirect federal budget priorities away from the military and toward human needs. WAND empowers women to act politically …

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Women`s Action Network for Development WAND

WAND is a national network of autonomous organizations that recognize the systemic causes of gender oppression and are committed to transforming these discriminatory systems.WAND is engaged in empowerment work, especially empowerment of grassroots women; development work with special focus in integrating and mainstreaming;and advocacy for gender equality and women’s rights.WAND …

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Women’s Action for New Directions WAND

WAND empowers women to act politically to reduce violence and militarism, and redirect excessive military resources toward unmet human and environmental needs.Programs – SMART Security is better security.To be truly safe, we need to be smart, cooperative, global. Support a new approach to security. Ask your Representative to co-sponsor vital …

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CIRCA (Citizens Intent on Reforming Corporate Accountability), is a volunteer-based activist organization whose purpose is to inform the public regarding the reality that corporations are considered persons” in the United States and have come to enjoy many of the rights that were originally intended to be the privileges of natural …

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