Let’s learn more about the work of WILPF International! Bring us up to date with its work on your chosen issue, or select a new one to tell us about.
Members are asked to research a group or groups that we might consider supporting or working with and to bring their results to this meeting.
Come join us for our annual holiday potluck (please bring something that doesn’t need heating). RSVP to Marjorie Buchanan at (604) 687-1692 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Branch President Cleta Brown: We have decided to focus this year on educating ourselves about the programs, projects and issues being addressed by WILPF International– they are many and we want to become local experts and educators about WILPF’s work and mandate. So, our meetings will become study sessions for the most part, but will…
Have a good summer, everyone, and we’ll see you then.
This meeting will be held at the home of Marlene LeGates. Please email if you need directions (email@example.com).
Emily Hobhouse was a social activist and humanitarian as well as a pacifist and involved in the Women’s Suffrage Movement in England. She was also involved in the creation of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) in the Hague in 1915. Jenny Hobhouse has researched, sorted and studied the Emily Hobhouse papers…
Bring all your ideas for discussion.