Welcome to WILPF's MENA HUB

Looking for accessible and contextualised content to learn more about the feminist movement in the MENA region — from FPE, to disarmament, gender-based violence, and much more?

Here, you will find many feminist guides, knowledge tools, videos, and infographics on various feminist issues, available in English and Arabic.

This platform will be continuously updated with new resources developed with or through our partnerships in the region, or produced by WILPF’s programs and our regional partners.

Resources that reflect our
feminist narratives
by addressing different
regimes of oppression


New toolkit

Workplace Safeguarding
in the MENA Context​

What are you interested in?
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Political Is Personal Ep5 — Towards Feminist Peace in Yemen
In this new episode of #political_is_personal, our guests discuss the role of Yemeni feminists in influencing and reshaping peace processes, and the importance of women’s participation in the peace process in Yemen, shedding light on the Feminist Roadmap for Peace — a guiding framework for mediation and negotiation to support a lasting, comprehensive, and just peace.
Together We build It

Together We Build It

Analytical Blog

Intergenerational Peace: The Need to Redesign The Peace Table
This expert opinion paper by Together We Build It (TWBI) presents ideas to start deconstructing the global peace and security agenda, and move from a state-centric approach to peace and security to a human-rights based, people-centered approach.
Together We build It

Together We Build It

Analytical Blog

Voices from Libya – Enforced Disappearance
This analytical piece by Together We Build It (معا نبنيها) provides an overview of the phenomenon of enforced disappearances from a legal perspective, focusing specifically on inadequate legal responses to the enforced disappearance of publicly visible Libyan women.
Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty - A resource guide for WILPF



The Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty Resource Guide
This resource guide serves as an explanatory document to the treaty. It addresses the gendered aspects of nuclear power and discusses the presentation of gender in the treaty itself. 
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A WILPF Guide to Killer Robots
This is a guide about autonomous weapons, also known as killer robots. It provides information on the current status of related technologies as well as international efforts by governments, activists, and tech workers to prevent the development of these weapons.
Humans Without Voices (episode 1)

The Syrian Initiative to Combat Statelessness


Humans Without Voices ep.1 — I Want my Right to my Nationality
The first episode of “Humans Without Voices” podcast, produced by the Syrian Initiative to Combat Statelessness, discusses how Syrian women have been deprived for decades of their right to pass their nationality to their children — who end up without any official documents or proof of identity.
WILPF runs projects in several MENA countries



Bullying is any abusive practice or behaviour directed by an individual or group of individuals towards another individual or group. Bullying can be considered a form of harassment that is more frequent and systematic. It aims not only to violate the receiving party, but also to belittle them. Bullying is characterised by being targeted at a person or group of people, while harassment need not be targeted.


Harassment/Taharrush is a group of unwanted abusive practices that are threatening to the recipient by their very nature. Unlike bullying, harassment need not be targeted. It may take place directly or indirectly, so that it creates an atmosphere of distress, heaviness, and insecurity.


Assault is any actual or attempted aggressive act that deliberately violates or threatens the physical space of an individual or group. It is often believed that assault is limited to direct physical violations only, but as a concept it also includes indirect infringement on personal space.


Exploitation occurs when a person or group of people uses their power, status, or positionality for personal benefit through the use of force, duress, violence, coercion, deceit, or trickery that causes direct or indirect harm to another person or group of people, or to public interest.

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