Statements

Statement of the International Women’s Alliance Condemning the Turkish and Iranian Military Forces’ Attacks on Kurdish Civilian Communities and Supporting the Initiatives for Peace Mothers’ Human Shield Against Said Attacks

The International Women’s Alliance (IWA) condemns the Turkish and Iranian military forces’ attacks on Kurdish communities which have already resulted in the death of not less than seven (7) innocent civilians, including four (4) children and a pregnant woman in the Kandil region. We condemn the Turkish and Iranian governments’ tolerance of such crimes against… Continue reading Statement of the International Women’s Alliance Condemning the Turkish and Iranian Military Forces’ Attacks on Kurdish Civilian Communities and Supporting the Initiatives for Peace Mothers’ Human Shield Against Said Attacks

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Manila Declaration of Unity of the International Women’s Alliance

[Adopted by the IWA First General Assembly on July 5, 2011 in Manila, Philippines] I – Our Legacy Toiling women of the world have long been in the forefront of people’s resistance against capitalism and imperialism from the level of grassroots organizing expanding to global networks.  For the past century, women all over the world… Continue reading Manila Declaration of Unity of the International Women’s Alliance

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General Program of Action (GPOA)

The International Women’s Alliance (IWA) is the organized expression of the broad unity of grassroots women’s organizations, institutions, networks, alliances and individuals who are struggling resolutely against imperialism and all reaction  to advance the cause of  national and social liberation and the full emancipation of women. For one hundred years since the declaration of International… Continue reading General Program of Action (GPOA)

Calls for Action

Teachers and public sector workers in South Korea are under attack and need our help today

The Government of South Korea has prosecuted over 500 public servants and teachers, members of the Korean Government Employees Union (KGEU) and the Korean Teachers and Education Workers Union (KTU), for alleged violation of punitive laws which make it unlawful for public workers to either support or criticise political parties. Thousands more teachers and public… Continue reading Teachers and public sector workers in South Korea are under attack and need our help today