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Women's Federation for World Peace UK
WFWP is an NGO in general consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the UN.
The Top Three finalists of the Speech Contest in 2017

If you are a young woman living in the UK we want to give you the opportunity to share your beliefs, values and ideas on stage before an audience. We believe that this will be an educational and rewarding experience to demonstrate a high level of eloquence, grasp relevant content and step out of your comfort zone. 

WFWP held a seminar to examine and recognise the value of ‘Mindfulness’ Yoga and Tai Chi as a positive influence on people’s lives. The event was held at the Multi Cultural Community Centre in Watford, Hertfordshire, UK. Organised by the Watford Bridge of Peace, the topic was "Conversations on Wellbeing and Mindfulness".

Women’s Federation UK Music, Art and Charity event

by Alla Zubovskis. On Saturday on 24th March, at Livingstone House, in Bromley, the WFWP had a fundraising event to support missionary work with children in refugee camps in Jordan. It was a first event organised by me as a new Women’s Federation Bromley coordinator.

WFWP Workshop practiced and learned about health eercises to relinquish stress and anxiety, and how to deal with them. The WFWP held workshops on feeling well, reduce stress, improve sleep at the South London Peace Embassy. The workshop also explored understanding the signs of depression and anxiety and how to deal with them.

You are warmly invited to join us for an event to mark the International United Nations Day of Families on 15th May 2018 when we will examine the dilemma of global sex trafficking in today’s world. The day will serve as a reminder of how powerful the family unit is and that without their love and guidance predators can easily target any child into their dangerous underworld of trafficking.

Celebrating International Women's Day & Mothers Day

Saturday 24th March 3pm-6lpm
Livingstone House 13 Beechcroft, BR7 5DB
Entry Fee £5 Money Raise will go to supporting refugees in Jordan

History is calling for reconciliation, compassion, love, service and sacrifice. Today's problems cannot be solved by the logic of power...Our present problems can only be solved by the logic of love.

- Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon

You are warmly invited to an afternoon Conversations on ‘Wellbeing and Mindfulness’ 

On Sunday 18th March, 3 to 5pm At The Multi Cultural Community Centre, 70 Durban Rd, Watford WD18 7DS
Our main speaker: Mrs Gillian Heath, Governor at Laurance Haines Primary and Nursery School will speak on how the school adopted ‘Mindfulness’ to help the pupils to concentrate in classes and brought some very positive results.

WFWP and UN International Women’s Day

The Legacy of Women in a Transitional World

we will discuss GENDER PARITY - HOW TO MAKE IT WORK?

2 - 5 pm Saturday 10th March 2018

www.wfwp.org.uk

43 Lancaster Gate, London W2 3NA

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Speech Contest Winners

SPEECH CONTEST FOR YOUNG WOMEN IN THE UK 2018 

If you are a young woman living in the UK we want to give you the opportunity to share your beliefs, values and ideas on stage before an audience. We believe that this will be an educational and rewarding experience to demonstrate a high level of eloquence, grasp relevant content and step out of your comfort zone.

WFWP's Birmingham Council of Faiths during UK’s ‘National Interfaith Week' We watched a film about reconciliation in Nigeria and talk about peace, forgiveness. We were asked by the Birmingham Council of Faiths, to support the UK’s ‘National Interfaith Week’. We decided to show a remarkable film about reconciliation in Nigeria.

The WFWP Christmas party was a great success this year, the capacity audience  of fifty five enjoyed some nice musical performances by Amabel Vitae (Have yourself a Merry Christmas), Eileen Walkin (Poem: Peace in our world), ten year old Vaishnavi playing a  Christmas medley on violin and singing “Colours of the Wind” and three young girls, Garima, Agrima and Anita singing ‘Silent Night’.

WFWPI UN Autumn Newsletter

Women’s Federation for World Peace International Autumn Edition Newsletter

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Contents Listing:
 

Reconciliation and Middle East Peace: A Remarkable Model

Conflict at Heart of Hunger Crisis