March 18, 2021

8pm ET

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

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. Hear from authors of the recent groundbreaking report "Path to Peace: The Case for a Peace Agreement to End the Korean War" by the transnational feminist campaign Korea Peace Now! on why feminist leadership is crucial for the peace process to be successful and lasting.


  • Christine Ahn, Women Cross DMZ
  • Youngmi Cho, Korean Women's Movement for Peace
  • Henri Feron, Center for International Policy
  • Catherine Killough, Women Cross DMZ
  • Hyun Lee, Women Cross DMZ
  • Moderated by Madeleine Rees, WILPF


February 18, 2021

8pm ET

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For Peace in Korea No More War Drills!


  • Wooksik Cheong, Director of Peace Network (South Korea)
  • Catherine Killough, Advocacy and Leadership Coordinator of Women Cross DMZ (US)
  • Jovanni Reyes, Member Coordinator of About Face: Veterans Against War (US)

Moderator: Ann Wright, Retired U.S. Army Colonel, Former US Diplomat, and Coordinator of the Korea Peace Campaign of Veterans For Peace

Description: Webinar on the 60-plus year history of the costly and provocative annual US-ROK combined military exercises, and why it’s critical to end them to achieve peace on the Korean Peninsula.


Sponsoring organizations: Civil Peace Forum; Korea Peace Campaign of Veterans for Peace; Korea Peace Network;Korea Peace Now! Grassroots Network; Korean Women’s Movement for Peace; Peace Treaty Now; South Korean Committee on June 15th Joint Declaration; Women Cross DMZ; and Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom

December 14, 2020

8 pm ET

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Militarization, Killer Robots, and the Korean Peninsula: The Case for Peace

Join the transnational feminist campaign Korea Peace Now! for this discussion about killer robots in South Korea: what they are, why you should care, and how ending the Korean War can help stop them.


Simultaneous interpretation in Korean and English will be provided.


October 27, 2020

7:30-8:45pm ET

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The Past, Present and Future: Women’s Role in Advancing Peace in Korea

October marks the 20th anniversary of the historic passage of UNSCR 1325, which set forth a framework mandating women’s meaningful inclusion in peace processes. To celebrate this landmark anniversary, and remind governments of their responsibility to the Women, Peace and Security agenda, the Korea Peace Now! campaign is hosting a roundtable on the role of women in advancing peace on the Korean Peninsula. This event will be in English and Korean.


  • Madeleine Rees, Secretary General, WILPF
  • Suzy Kim, Professor, Rutgers University
  • Hyun-Sook Lee, Honorary representative, Women’s Forum for Peace and Diplomacy
  • Christine Ahn, Executive Director, Women Cross DMZ; International Coordinator, Korea Peace Now!
  • Ambassador Youngsook Cho, ROK Ambassador of Gender Equality

To register, click here.