As talks between the United States and North Korea remain at an impasse, a new report shows that sanctions imposed on North Korea are having adverse consequences on humanitarian aid and economic development in the country, with a disproportionate impact on women.
Our delegation of women leaders from the United States, South Korea, and Japan — including feminist pioneer Gloria Steinem — just returned from South Korea, where we attended the DMZ peace forum, visited the DMZ, and demanded an end to the Korean War and women’s inclusion in the peace process outside the U.S. Embassy in Seoul. […]
Steinem and a delegation of women leaders from the United States, South Korea, and Japan will deliver a message of peace.
This memo contains principles to guide presidential campaigns as they formulate pro-peace, pro-diplomacy policy on North Korea. Download this as a PDF here. The current moment: Recent U.S.-North Korea relations have ranged from intense military tensions in 2017 to highly publicized summits in 2018. Looking forward to 2020 and beyond, the focus turns to the hard work […]
Job Description:U.S. National Organizer Korea Peace Now! Women Mobilizing to End the War Women Cross DMZ (WCDMZ) is recruiting a part-time consultant for the position of a U.S. National Organizer with Korea Peace Now! Women Mobilizing to End the War. Start date October 1, 2019 for a period of one year. Background Four prominent feminist peace […]
July 27, 2019 marked the 66th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice that halted the Korean War — a reminder that this conflict never ended and that we need to replace the Armistice with a peace agreement. More than 80 organizations signed our letter to U.S. President Donald Trump urging him to end the longest standing […]