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Afghan peace talks need women

WMC's senior strategic advisor explains how evidence from fragile peace negotiations in many other diverse conflicts shows us why women are so crucial to long-lasting peace.

Call for female Heads of State to protect our Afghan colleagues and sisters

The Women’s Alliance for Security Leadership (WASL) and Women Mediators across the Commonwealth (WMC) authored the letter below to female heads of state on behalf of Afghan colleagues and sisters.

London School of Economics Centre for Women, Peace and Security to house the Women Mediators across the Commonwealth network.

We are pleased to announce that the network has received further funds from the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office to be able to continue its vital work. This will allow the Women Mediators across the Commonwealth (WMC) network to …

New report examines how to create enabling environments for women mediators

This joint WMC and Conciliation Resources report asks: what are the enabling factors that contribute to the meaningful inclusion and recognition of diverse women in peace mediation?

Supporting women-led mediation initiatives

Through small grants, the WMC supported women mediators to develop peacebuilding skills within their communities and to increase awareness of the important work already being done by women to resolve conflicts.

Sustainable peace cannot be achieved without women

WMC member Betty Bigombe was one of the first internationally recognised women mediators in the world. She wrote about the hopes she had for UNSCR1325 20 years ago, the progress that’s been made and what still needs to be done.