Global visibility for women peace activists
The traveling exhibitions organised by PeaceWomen Across the Globe give visitors creative access to various aspects of the work of the 1000 PeaceWomen who were nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005. Over the years, the exhibitions have been shown over 1,000 times, with the aim of spreading our feminist understanding of a positive, comprehensive peace and to give the work of the PeaceWomen greater visibility.
1000 PeaceWomen Across the Globe
This multifaceted exhibition provides information on the importance of women's peace work and makes the term "peace" comprehensible on a very personal and concrete level. "1000 Faces of Peace" is designed as a travelling exhibition. It was first shown in Zurich to great acclaim in 2005. Since then, the exhibition has traveled the world. This powerful and inspiring exhibition shows the 1,000 PeaceWomen's daily work for sustainable peace.
No Women – No Peace
In 2010, PeaceWomen Across the Globe produced this exhibition to mark the tenth anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security. It was first shown in the lobby of the UN Security Council building in New York. The exhibition's message is clear: if women are not equal participants, peace processes cannot be sustainable.
Safe water. with women!
This exhibition portrays ten female water experts who have developed strategies for improving access to water and water conservation, thus preventing or at least mitigating resource conflicts. The exhibition was designed in cooperation with the international organisation Women for Water Partnership. It was shown for the first time at the World Water Forum in Marseille in 2012.