WILPF at the Women's March
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The marches are part of an international movement uniting people who oppose the rising rhetoric of far-right populism around the world and defend human rights, equality, dignity, and justice for all. The official platform of the March reflects the intersectionality of gender, race, and economics and respects women's and LGBTQIA rights as human rights.
WILPF's pursuit of feminist peace is integral to social justice. Our history is based in confrontation of militarism, patriarchy, racism, and capitalism as the roots of war and violence. We seek to stigmatise and end war and violence; to promote a feminist political economy; and to prevent conflict through a strong multilateral system and through local and national organising, protest, and building.
Before the Women's March, WILPF's Secretary General Madeleine Rees explained why we were marching: