1926: Triennial Congress in Dublin, Ireland.

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1929: Triennial Congress in Prague, Czech Republic.

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1926: In just over ten years, WILPF has over 50,000 members.
1927: Peace missions sent to Indo-China and China.
1927: WILPF supports the Kellogg-Briand Pact (Pact of Paris) to outlaw war.
1926: Office and staff of the British WILPF Section organises the Peacemakers Pilgrimage for the Joint Council of participating organisations, traveling from Brighton to London, through Scotland, England and Wales.

Untitled4Peacemakers Pilgrimage 
1929: Peace missions sent to the Balkans.
1929: Peace missions sent to the Baltic.
1930: First WILPF mission sent to the Middle East.
1932: Birth of WILPF Haiti
1931: Birth of WILPF Tunisia
1932: Triennial Congress in Grenoble, France.

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1934: Triennial Congress in Zurich, Switzerland.

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1931: WILPF’s first International President, Jane Addams, wins the Nobel Peace Prize.

Jane Addams

Jane Addams

1931: Peace missions sent to Ukrainian areas of Poland.
1931: The League holds a public reception for Mahatma Gandhi in Geneva.

1932: WILPF delivers 6,000,000 petition signatures to the World Disarmament Conference, also known as the Conference for the Reduction and Limitation of Armaments, held in Geneva.
1932: WILPF calls for global disarmament by presenting the League of Nations’ Disarmament Conference with six million signatures from all over the world.

1933: International campaigns are waged against the opium trade and for the rights of women and their participation in national and international decision-making.
1934: Peace missions sent to Palestine, Mexico, Cuba, Egypt and Haiti.
1934: WILPF is instrumental in persuading the US Senate to hold hearings on the role of the arms industry promoting and profiting from the arms trade.
1935: WILPF garners the support of 14 million people in the People’s Mandate to Government to End War.
1928: WILPF Australia attends the Pan Pacific Union Conference in Honolulu, participating the Pan Pacific Women’s movement and developing strong and significant relationships with women of the Pacific.
1931: WILPF Australian Section throws themselves enthusiastically into collecting 117,740 signatures across Australia, supporting the International Declaration for World Disarmament Conference held in Geneva in 1932.