Women Wage Peace

We are a grassroots movement with tens of thousands of members from the right, center and left of the political spectrum, Jews and Arabs, religious and secular, united in the demand for a mutually binding non-violent agreement between Israelis and Palestinian, involving women in the process (in the spirit of UN Resolution 1325).

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Peace is not a utopia; it is the necessary foundation for the lives of the two people in this place, in security and freedom.

WWP demands that women have equal representation in all parties and that they be placed in realistic positions on the party lists for the next elections

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.

    • The bill Political Alternatives First – was presented to the Knesset.
    • The bill Political Alternatives First – was presented to the Knesset.
      Even a journey of hundreds of kilometers eventually ends. Our journey has not ended, but  after a three year journey, we reached a milestone – the bill Political Alternatives First, a law that can prevent the next war – was presented to the Knesset. Knesset members Merav Michaeli (Labor party), Ram Ben Barak (Yesh Atid), Tamar Zandberg ...
    • WWP in front of the Knesset during the swearing ceremony
    • WWP in front of the Knesset during the swearing ceremony
      During the swearing in ceremony at the Knesset, and at intersections throughout the country, we reminded everyone to take advantage of the window of opportunity for peace ,to promote a peace agreement and to include women in all decision making. Some Knesset members are calling to revoke the implementation of UNSC resolution 1325. We demand immediate ...