Women Wage Peace

Women Wage Peace works to bring about a viable peace agreement. We will place the option of a political resolution at the top of the public agenda, as it is the only outcome that offers life and hope. A new and different reality in the Middle East is feasible, and we must strive for it.

About the movement

Peace is not an utopia ; It is the necessary foundation for the lives of the two peoples in this place, in security and freedom.

In The Movement

Our movement works throughout the country to raise awareness and engage the public in a discussion about the feasibility of a political resolution. It creates opportunities for dialogue with individuals and groups through formal and informal meetings within the community. The movement also organizes national events, such as demonstrations and protests, in order to pressure decision makers to work toward reaching a viable peace agreement.

    • From the Streets to the Hall of Power \ Sarit Bloom The Women’s Caucus for Peace and Security, an initiative of the WWP movement, was launched in the Knesset, on Monday, 30th January 2017. About 250 women went up to the Knesset for the launching of The Women’s Caucus for Peace and Security. The security men at the entrance were not sure how to handle such a ...
    • Revolutionary Road / Angelica Berrie, 12.2.17 January 21, 2017 was a remarkable outpouring from women marching in solidarity all over the world. More than a peaceful democratic movement, this revolutionary spirit contains the potential to change the world. Women acting together to disrupt the status quo has proven to be the most effective way to create change. A study of 40 ...

    Featured Event

    Piece for Peace quilt banner

    PIECE for PEACE – call for action

    Come and Join us in Creating our Peace Quilt – Piece for Peace Women from all around the world will create together a huge patchwork quilt – PIECE for PEACE. The quilt will serve as an artistic expression of our desire for peace in our region. It will demonstrate, without violence and without words: more …

    News and Updates

    Prime Minister Netanyahu, before you start your
    meeting with the U.S. President, we would like to remind you:
    you have an obligation to each and every citizen of Israel,
    to work, to initiate and to do whatever you can
    in order to bring about a diplomatic agreement
    and resolution of the conflict with the Palestinians.
    We demand that you fulfill this obligation so that
    we can raise our children and our grandchildren in a future
    without missiles and shelling and injuries and war
    and bereavement and loss and pain.
    The path of force and war and unilateral actions
    has been attempted for years and has n
    ot achieved positive results.
    A diplomatic agreement offers hope for a different future.
    This is your responsibility.
    And we, Women Wage Peace, tens of thousands of women
    from around the country, Jews and Arabs, secular and religious,
    we will stand behind you and support
    every positive move you take to reach this goal.
    This is our obligation for the generations to come