Heidi Meinzolt

Die Friedensaktivistin war von 1992-1998 im Vorstand der europäischen Grünen und ist im Jahr 2000 aus der Partei ausgetreten. Seit den 1980er-Jahren ist sie Mitglied der Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) und dort internationale Vertreterin der deutschen Sektion und Europakoordinatorin.

Istanbul is not the city anymore to stand for the Istanbul Convention

In autumn 2020, we at the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom from European sections, approached governments, the Council of Europe and EU parliamentarians, alarmed by the announcement of Poland’s Minister of Family, Labour and Social Policy, Marlena Maląg,…

Realese From Prision Women Peacebuilders, Prisioners Of War, And Human Rights Defenders

Some 100 years ago, Clara Zetkin established the International Women's Day on March 8 (voted in 1910 by the women’s movement). During the International Year of Women in 1975, the UN celebrated the International Women’s Day, and since 1977 has…

Money or life

(Without art and culture, everything is calm) Volleyball players cheer, soccer players slip in, women and men weave their way into the bobsleigh for the chase through the ice channel – all on a media-rich stage for their club or…

Women Peacebuilders As a Key Resource in the OSCE Region

Mutual learning from ongoing conflicts is a challenge for women to participate equally in conflict resolution and the defense of rights. Women in the region are fully aware of the continuity of “political confrontations”, the latest was experienced between Armenia…