Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom

Founding Year: 1915

Staff: 36

Budget:

Madeleine Rees (Secretary-General)

A non-profit non-governmental organization striving to “end and prevent war, ensure that women are represented at all levels in the peace-building process, defend the human rights of women, and promote social, economic and political justice.”

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Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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