Women's Federation for World Peace UK
WFWP is an NGO in general consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the UN.
speech contest 2016 winner - Valentine Nkoyo

The second WFWP speech contest was held on Saturday 15th October in the Ball Room at Lancaster Gate, London. With nearly 50 people in the audience, seven speakers, and three judges, the room was almost full to capacity. Our judges were Mr Tim Miller, Rev. Kim Plumpton, Dr Christina Scharff and the theme for the finalists talk was 'Women making a Difference'.

The ladies of the Watford Bridge of Peace met on Saturday 19th March at the Multi-Cultural Community Centre (15 of us). Some of those who attended have known each other and the Bridge of Peace for over 12 years since our first sisterhood ceremony in 2003.

The WFWP Speech Contest for young women FINAL took place at Lancaster Gate on Saturday 7th November 2015. This event was initiated this year as one of WFWP educational projects for young women from all

On the 12th of March 2015, around 40 people gathered together at the House of Commons to commemorate international women's day. The day was focused on female empowerment and celebrating women's achievements. The WFWP invited

Members of the WFWP 'Young Women' group joined up to organize a meeting in Portcullis House on the 24 November to commemorate the International UN Day of Elimination of Violence Against Women; it's theme was “Ending the Sexualisation of our Youth”.

WFWP Ireland, GWPN Initiative with Irish First Lady, Dublin, 19 March 2015.

Ever since the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the attacks on the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001, the worldwide conflict of Cain and Abel has transitioned from one of Communism versus Democracy to Ishmael (Islam) versus Isaac (Judeo-Christianity). True Father spoke about this being the last great battle between Cain and Abel on a worldwide level.