We just uploaded three peace women from the Philippines.They are Sharon Rose DADANG-RAFOLS, Roselle Pineda and Analyn Salvador Amores.
We just uploaded the story of Brazil’s Warrior Women from If Not Us Then Who!. They are Maria Do Socorro Teheira Lima, Emile De Costa, Maria De Nazare Sousa, Rosa Barbosa De Sousa, Ide Pereisa De Sousa, Helena Dos Santos Salagat, Daniele Coucucuz Nasiemento, Tonilda De Araujo Da Cunha, Maria Helena De Jesus Moura and […]
The story of Norma Pedroso Limoso written by Dayang Yraola was uploaded. Norma Pedroso Limoso from Philippines is a mother to nine biological children and a foster mother to countless others. She helps the others regardless of gender, religion, race and age. She quoted a bible passage: “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see […]
We just uploaded 5 profiles from the team of Girl Effect, including Maria Eitel, Farah Ramzan Golant, Lesley Pan, Virginia Rustique-Petteni and Kanwal Ahlwala.
We just uploaded the stories of five important LGBT activists from America, originally published on OutHistory.org. They are Susan B. Anthony, Jane Addams, Esther Lape, Pauli Murray and Bettina Aptheker.
We just uploaded the profile of Bessie Jones and Mable Hillery from the US. They were both active in civil rights movement and devoted themselves to education and preservation of African American history and culture. Please read their story on our website.
Carol J. Pierce Colfer’s profile was uploaded to the website. Carol J. Pierce Colfer is an American anthropologist who wants to make the world a better place, especially in developing countries. Please read her story here.
Our volunteer Gabriele Grossenbacher just updated Shirin Banu’s story in Bangladesh. Shirin Banu, one of our 1000 PeaceWomen was politically active in fighting for human rights and women’s rights in Bangladesh. Let’s see how her life is after 10 years. Please read her updated story here.
We uploaded a new peace woman’s story from Afghanistan. Aqeela Asifi from Afghanistan is a teacher in an Afghan refugee camp in Pakistan. She had devoted herself to promoting Afghan refugee girls’ rights to education and educating the girls for 23 years. Please read her story here.
We just uploaded the story of Crystal Chow Ching and Fariba Ishrar to the WikiPeaceWomen website. Crystal Chow Ching is a young political commentator from Hong Kong with extensive experience in social advocacy, journalism and policy research. Her primary focuses are on sustainable development and promoting global citizenship. Please read her story here. Fariba Ishrar is a […]