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Read about our historic national gathering for the 70th anniversary of the Korean War armistice.

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Gloria Steinem, Abigail Disney, Congresswoman Barbara Lee, & others.

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Crossings documents the historic journey by international women peacemakers from North to South Korea in 2015.

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A peace agreement would lower tensions and make room for progress on human rights and denuclearization.

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Feminist Peace Initiative Releases Movement-Driven Foreign Policy Framework

Our vision links domestic and foreign policy, aims to democratize foreign policy discussions, and center the leadership of women and people of color.

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Answers to Common Questions About North Korea

How do sanctions impact the ability of North Korea to respond to COVID-19? Find out the answer to this and other common questions about North Korea.

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Report Shows Human Costs of Sanctions Against North Korea

Report shows adverse consequences for civilians, especially women.

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Tell Your Rep to Become a Korea Peace Champion

Use our email tool to urge your member of Congress to support H.R.1369.

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“In 2015 when 30 women leaders from around the world formed Women Cross DMZ—and actually got permission from North Korea, South Korea, and the U.S. to cross that land-mined and desolate strip dividing Korea—it was a radical act of the imagination. … Now, the leaders on all sides are running to catch up with their followers.”
— Gloria Steinem

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