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Korean Americans Across the Country Mobilize to End the Korean War

Published on July 7, 2021

As talks between the United States and North Korea remain at a standstill, more than 230 people across the country — mostly Korean Americans — will participate in the “National Action to End the Korean War,” July 12-16, 2021.  As the fifth largest Asian American subgroup, Korean Americans represent a growing political constituency in the […]

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WATCH: Aligning Canada’s Korea Policy with Its Feminist Vision

Published on June 16, 2021

On June 15, 2021, the Canadian launch of the Korea Peace Now report “Path to Peace: The Case for a Peace Agreement to End the Korean War” was co-hosted by WPSN-C and Korea Peace Now! Speakers included: Beth Woroniuk – Chair of the Women, Peace and Security Network-Canada Jacqueline O’Neill – Canadian Ambassador for Women, […]

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WATCH: Korea Peace Now! Women’s Peacebuilding Strategies

Published on March 22, 2021

Here’s how the transnational feminist campaign Korea Peace Now! is building peace on the Korean Peninsula.

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WATCH: The Feminist Case for a Peace Agreement to End the Korean War

Published on March 18, 2021

Feminist peacemakers are calling on the Biden administration to take a peace-first approach with North Korea in order to make progress on longstanding issues such as denuclearization and human rights. On March 18, 2021, authors of the recent groundbreaking report “Path to Peace: The Case for a Peace Agreement to End the Korean War” by […]

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WATCH: Path to Peace Trailer

Published on March 17, 2021

With negotiations between the United States and North Korea at a standstill, a new report, Path to Peace: The Case for a Peace Agreement to End the Korean War, explores how a peace-first approach can resolve the security crisis on the Korean Peninsula. Released by Korea Peace Now! — a global coalition of women’s peace […]

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WATCH: Peace Talks! Not War Drills!

Published on February 17, 2021

The annual US-ROK combined military exercises are costly, provocative, and a major obstacle to achieving peace on the Korean Peninsula. Sign the petition to urge the Biden administration to suspend these war drills. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 and 2.0 License – Ministry of National Defense, Republic of Korea -US Department of Defense […]

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WATCH: Press Conference for “Path to Peace” Report Launch

Published on February 3, 2021

On February 2, 2021, Korea Peace Now! held a virtual press conference for the release of its new report, Path to Peace: The Case for a Peace Agreement to End the Korean War, which explores how a peace-first approach can resolve the security crisis on the Korean Peninsula. Pulitzer Prize winning-reporter Charles Hanley moderated the […]

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New Report Shows How a Peace-First Approach Can Resolve the Security Crisis on the Korean Peninsula

Published on February 2, 2021

Download a copy of Path to Peace: The Case for a Peace Agreement to End the Korean War Download the Executive Summary in Korean (보고서 개요 – 한국어) Download Chapter V: Why Women Must Be Involved in the Peace Process in Korean (5 장: 여성이 평화프로세스에 참여해야 하는 이유 – 한국어) Download Recommendations in Korean (제언 […]

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Feminist Korea Peace Fellowship 2021 – Call for Applicants

Published on January 29, 2021

Feminist Korea Peace Fellowship Women Cross DMZ is excited to announce the inaugural launch of the Feminist Korea Peace Fellowship for 2021! In this paid virtual program, fellows will have an opportunity to hone their organizing skills and deepen their knowledge of various issues pertaining to Korea peace with longtime organizers, scholars, and advocates in […]

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US, South Korean and International Civil Society Organizations Call for the Suspension of US-ROK Combined Military Exercises

Published on January 26, 2021

We, the undersigned civil society organizations in the United States, South Korea, and around the world, call on President Biden to suspend the annual US-South Korea (ROK) combined military exercises. Suspending these costly and highly provocative war exercises will be a crucial step toward re-starting genuine diplomacy with North Korea (DPRK). It will remove a […]

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