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WAND Ready to Scrutinize FY 2017 Budget(Comments Off on WAND Ready to Scrutinize FY 2017 Budget)

February 9, 2016

by Erica Fein, WAND Nuclear Weapons Policy Director and Mikaela Romero, WAND Intern, Washington, DC Each year, WAND gears up for the President’s budget request with an eye toward the tough decisions that must be made in order to move our country in a better direction. We especially look for signs that the budget aligns […]

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FY 2017 President’s Budget Resources

Your guide to WAND’s resources on the Fiscal Year 2017 Budget! This page is being continually updated, so check back often. President’s Budget Request Resources February 9, 2016: WAND Ready to Scrutinize FY 2017 Budget

Cities for CEDAW: Effective, Locally-Driven Change for Women and Girls

by Lila O’Brien-Milne, WAND Women, Peace, and Security Fellow, Washington, DC The Cities for CEDAW campaign is about bringing an international policy agenda to the local level, where it can have enormous impact on real women and girls. The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) is a landmark international […]

Women in the Military: Lessons on Leading and Women’s Expanded Role in Combat

Part of a Congressional Women, Peace, and Security Breakfast Series by Mikaela Romero, WAND Intern Washington, DC Toward the end of last month, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) sponsored a panel on women’s expanded role in the military and combat. The discussion was framed within the context of […]


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