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    Peace and Diplomacy | 2023 year-long initiative


    December: Alphabet run K & L Women who died in 2023 Honoured Women

    2023 global initiatives: #1day1woman2023 Peace and Diplomacy

    See also: Future events

    Welcome to WikiProject Women in Red (WiR)!
    Our objective is to turn red links into blue ones. Our project's scope is women's representation on all language Wikipedias (biographies, women's works, women's issues, broadly construed). Did you know that, according to Humaniki, only 19.80% of the English Wikipedia's biographies are about women? Not impressed? Content gender gap is a form of systemic bias, and this is what WiR addresses. We invite you to participate, whenever you like, in whatever way suits you and your schedule. Editors of all genders are equally and warmly welcome at Women in Red!
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    In 2023, Women in Red is focusing on peace and diplomacy as a year-long initiative. We hope both inexperienced and seasoned editors will join us in creating biographies and other articles about women who are or have been peace activists, diplomats or have otherwise contributed to the cause of peace and constructive international relations, as well as their organizations, writings, awards and other connected works.

    This virtual editathon allows enthusiasts wherever they may be to participate in our initiative. Contributors are of course also welcome to add articles on any other women who deserve to be covered, for example under the topics of the month or our comprehensive #1day1woman priority.

    The main goals of the event are:

    • to encourage inexperienced editors and show them how they can contribute to Wikipedia by creating biographies of some of the world's most prominent women
    • to draw the attention of more experienced editors to the need for concerted action in combating the systemic bias against the coverage of women and women's works
    • to promote the new/improved articles and images through social media

    What else?

    • The lists of redlinks should provide inspiration.

    Redlists[edit]

    A wide variety of redlink lists can be found on our Redlist index. Those relating to war and diplomacy are listed below:

    • Diplomacy/diplomats (CS) (WD)
    • Peace (CS) (WD)
    • Peace activists (WD)
    • United Nations women (CS) (WD)
    • Refugees (CS)

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    1. Wales Myriel Davies (also WIR-283)
    2. Canada Kathy Bunka - Created page
    3. Germany Marie Simon - PIN
    4. United States Janet Kauffman - improved from stub to start-class
    5. United States Mary Shapard - PIN
    6. Lebanon Nejla Abu-Izzedin - PIN
    7. United States Lorraine Granado
    8. United States Rhoda Hatch
    9. United States Cessie Alfonso - PIN
    10. Australia Stella Cornelius (also WIR 277)

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    1. Italy Anita Dobelli Zampetti (also 258 and 260)
    2. Pakistan Saba Ismail
    3. Belarus Iskui Abalyan
    4. Mexico Sylvia Aguilera García
    5. Austria-HungaryRomania Lotte Binder (also WIR 260)
    6. Mexico Elena Landázuri (also WIR 260) - TW, PIN
    7. Hungary Paula Pogány (also WIR 260) - PIN, TW
    8. Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria Elizabeth Gawrie
    9. Hungary Irma Szirmai (also WIR 260) - TW
    10. United States Powerful Patriots: Nationalist Protest in China’s Foreign Relations book by author Jessica Chen Weiss below
    11. United States Jessica Chen Weiss (upgrade)
    12. France Cécile Pozzo di Borgo (also 258) - TW
    13. Eva Weigold Schultz (Note, still draft Draft:Eva Weigold Schultz (by CT5555)
    14. ItalyArgentina Enrichetta Chiaraviglio-Giolitti (also 258 and 260) - TW
    15. Karen B. Decker - PIN
    16. Ofra Farhi
    17. Italy Ida Vassalini (also 258 and 260) - PIN, TW

    February 2023[edit]

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    1. United Nations UNDP Beijing Express Declaration (complete rewrite, upgrade)
    2. Italy Lina Schwarz - PIN
    3. Kosovo Meliza Haradinaj-Stublla - PIN
    4. Australia Ruby Sophia Rich
    5. Laos Khamphao Ernthavanh -PIN
    6. United States Pearl Farmer Richardson - PIN
    7. Switzerland #Germany Dora Staudinger TW, PIN
    8. United KingdomThe Gambia Sharon Wardle at AfD now, upgrade, PIN
    9. Italy Virginia Tango Piatti (also WiR-255) - PIN
    10. United KingdomSouth Africa Hannah Stanton - PIN
    11. United States Inez Jackson (also WiR-256) - PIN
    12. United States Erna P. Harris (also WiR-255 and 256) - PIN

    January 2023[edit]

    1. Catalonia Montserrat Cervera Rodon (also WiR-253) - TW
    2. ItalyUnited States Cora Slocomb di Brazza
    3. Basque Country (autonomous community) Maixux Rekalde (also WiR-253) - TW
    4. Chile Nicolasa Quintremán (also WiR-253) - TW
    5. New Zealand Kae Miller
    6. Sweden Gunhild Tegen
    7. Sweden Betty Olsson
    8. Saudi Arabia Thoraya Obaid
    9. United StatesGermany Lisa Kalvelage
    10. Switzerland Lotti Latrous
    11. Australia Clara Weekes
    12. Canada Amira Elghawaby
    13. Japan Nobuko Takahashi (ambassador) stub
    14. United States Napalm ladies
    15. United States Bertha McNeill - PIN
    16. United Kingdom Susannah Montgomery - PIN
    17. Ukraine Myroslava Shcherbatiuk- PIN
    18. Austria Helene Lecher- PIN
    19. France Sylvie Pétiaux- PIN
    20. Sweden Annika Söder- PIN
    21. ChileCosta Rica Olga Bianchi- PIN
    22. Switzerland Camille Vidart- PIN
    23. Republic of Artsakh Naira Melkumian
    24. United States Anne Withington - PIN
    25. Sweden Elisabeth Krey-Lange - PIN
    26. JapanUnited States Marii Hasegawa - add img, PIN
    27. European Union Bettina Muscheidt
    28. United States Lucy Biddle Lewis - PIN
    29. United States Robin Quinville - PIN
    30. Sweden Ellen Palmstierna - PIN
    31. Sweden Anna T. Nilsson - PIN
    32. Cyprus Katherine Clerides
    33. France Madeleine Rolland
    34. France Gabrielle Petit (feminist)
    35. United States Florence Holbrook - PIN, WQ
    36. Slovenia Blanka Jamnišek - PIN
    37. France Jeanne Halbwachs - PIN
    38. Latvia Edīte Medne
    39. Sweden Matilda Widegren - PIN
    40. France Camille Drevet
    41. United States A. Evelyn Newman - PIN, WQ
    42. France Marie-Louise Bouglé
    43. Austria Helene Scheu-Riesz
    44. France Henriette Sauret
    45. Denmark Henriette Crone - PIN
    46. United States Kirsten Madison
    47. France Alice Jouenne - PIN, TW
    48. State of Palestine Armenia Lina Abu Akleh
    49. Austria Yella Hertzka - PIN
    50. Denmark Else Zeuthen - PIN
    51. France La Voix des femmes - TW
    52. Switzerland Annelise Rüegg - PIN
    53. France Colette Reynaud
    54. France Fanny Clar - TW
    55. France Bernadette Cattanéo - PIN
    56. Austria Olga Misař - PIN
    57. Netherlands Adrienne van Melle-Hermans - PIN
    58. United States Alice Thacher Post - PIN
    59. GermanySweden Rosalinda von Ossietzky-Palm
    60. United States Rose Morgan French - PIN
    61. Israel Osnat Lubrani
    62. United States Lillian G. Kohlhamer - PIN
    63. Belgium Eugénie Hamer - PIN
    64. Israel Hagar Rublev - PIN
    65. United States Phyllis Kaminsky
    66. Switzerland Élisabeth Decrey Warner
    67. United States Annie E. Molloy - PIN
    68. United StatesJapan Esther Biddle Rhoads - PIN
    69. Finland Helena Kekkonen
    70. SlovakiaMária Krasnohorská
    71. Sweden Greta Engkvist - PIN
    72. Denmark Voldborg Ølsgaard
    73. Slovakia Ingrid Brocková - PIN
    74. SlovakiaUnited States Marína Paulínyová - PIN
    75. New Zealand Amanda Ellis
    76. Canada Jennifer May Loten - PIN
    77. Syria Dima Aktaa


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    See also[edit]

    Previous annual initiatives:

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    References[edit]

    1. ^ "archives.nypl.org -- Georgia Lloyd papers". archives.nypl.org. Retrieved 2023-06-21.
    2. ^ "archives.nypl.org -- Campaign for World Government. Records of the Chicago office". archives.nypl.org. Retrieved 2023-06-21.
    3. ^ "Georgia Lloyd". vtwilpfgathering. Retrieved 2023-06-22.
    4. ^ Young, Amanda Verdery (2017-02-09). "Georgia Lloyd". Women In Peace. Retrieved 2023-07-15.
    5. ^ "Georgia Lloyd Reminisces | Winnetka Historical Society". Retrieved 2023-07-15.
    6. ^ "Kerry Buck, Permanent Representative of Canada to NATO". NATO.
    7. ^ "Ambassador Amanda Ellis". The Nobel Prize. Retrieved 17 September 2022.
    8. ^ "Secretary-General Appoints Louis M. Aucoin of United States His Deputy Special Representative for Liberia". United Nations. Retrieved 31 December 2022.
    9. ^ PN2030 — Denise Natali — Department of State
    10. ^ President Donald J. Trump Announces Key Additions to his Administration
    11. ^ President Donald J. Trump Announces Key Additions to his Administration
    12. ^ President Donald J. Trump Announces Key Additions to his Administration
    13. ^ President Donald J. Trump Announces Key Additions to his Administration
    14. ^ Maria Adebahr
    15. ^ German wiki article