NEWS FROM WPD, PARTNERS & ASSOCIATES

As well as publicly launching our ground-breaking Dossier, we were honoured to be joined by distinguished speakers from the United Nations as well as the authors of and contributors to our Dossier – joining us live on our Zoom platform from Iraq, Kashmir, Kenya, Nepal, New York and the UK, along with a registered worldwide audience…

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Launch on 17 March 2021 of our ground-breaking report on widows’ rights at the UN’s Commission on the Status of Women. WPD’s comprehensive new report presents extensively researched evidence of one of today’s most neglected humanitarian issues, with the harrowing testimonies of individual widows presented within a context of current information from leading experts in the field.

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Don’t miss our Widows for Peace through Democracy (WPD) Committee on the Status of Women/NY virtual event on March 17th 2021.

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On 18 November Widows for Peace through Democracy was delighted to host its first ever participatory Zoom webinar event, joined by partners from around the globe.

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Widows for Peace through Democracy (WPD) congratulates CEDAW, the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, on releasing this hugely important General Recommendation…

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Widows for Peace through Democracy’s congratulatory message to UN Women, celebrating the occasion of their 10th anniversary.

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Speech by Baroness Garden of Frognal, Deputy Chairman of Committees, Deputy Speaker (Lords)

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“Over the years Margaret Owen has raised awareness of the plight of widows in many countries, banging on the doors of the United Nations, often literally….”

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Widows for Peace through Democracy were proud to present a video message from Roseline Orwa, widow activist and founder and CEO of the Rona Foundation during a presentation to the CEDAW committee in the UN headquarters in Geneva in July

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