|In their own words||“To prevent the next war and lead to resolution of the conflict that is non-violent, respectable and agreeable to both sides – Israeli and Palestinian, within four years.”|
- In 2015, total income was NIS 295,624 (~$77,000); expenses were NIS 162,390.
- Based on Women Wage Peace’s website, donors to the organization include the European Union, New Israel Fund, Heinrich Böll Stiftung Israel (Germany), and One Voice. Woman Wage Peace states that it receives funding in the United States via its partner organizations Ameinu and The Middle East Peace Dialogue Network (MEPDN).
- Women Wage Peace is not transparent about the amounts received from these funders. However, NGO Monitor research was able to identify some funding amounts from 2015: New Israel Fund provided Women Wage Peace with $18,215; the European Union’s Directorate-General for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations funded a two-year grant of €476,108 for Women Wage Peace and partner NGOs Midreshet Adam (Adam Institute for Democracy and Peace) and Itach (Women Lawyers for Social Justice). NGO Monitor was unable to find further details on funding from Heinrich Böll Stiftung Israel and One Voice.
- On October 19, 2016, Woman Wage Peace concluded a two-week long march from Rosh Hanikra to Jerusalem, with a rally outside the Prime Minister’s Residence. Woman Wage Peace called this the “March of Hope,” demanding that “our leaders work with respect and courage towards a solution to the ongoing violent conflict, with the full participation of women in this process.”
- In 2015, Woman Wage Peace launched “Operation Protective Fast,” a 51-day fast to commemorate the 2014 Gaza war, asking Prime Minister Netanyahu to “return to negotiations and reach a political solution, in order to prevent the next war.”
Women Wage Peace is a member of Alliance for Middle East Peace (ALLMEP). In contrast to ALLMEP’s stated goals of working toward “peace” and “coexistence,” its members include a number of highly biased and politicized NGOs that promote agendas based solely on the Palestinian narrative of victimization and completely omit Israeli perspectives. Members include: Holy Land Trust, Parents Circle Families Forum (PCFF), Combatants for Peace, OneVoice International, Sikkuy, and Women Wage Peace.