Articles by Felicity Ruby

Felicity Ruby is a former Director of WILPF's UN Office in New York. She has been an advisor to Senator Scott Ludlam, was recently Director of Internet Policy for Thoughtworks and is about to embark on a PhD at Sydney University on transnational political movements resisting mass surveillance.

Featured, Peace & Nonviolence

What it takes for peace

An interview with Edith Ballantyne The modern peace movement arose from the horrors of World War I. It was in 1915 in the midst of this conflict that the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) was formed. WILPF, celebrating its 100 year anniversary this year, continues its mission to bring about social and political equality and economic justice by nonviolent means... Read More

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