Every voice matters for peace on the Korean Peninsula: Kageyama Yuuka on counternarratives to the military buildup in Northeast Asia

In this series, we highlight the diverse voices of people passionately building peace on the Korean Peninsula as part of the Ulaanbaatar Process (UBP). Named after the Mongolian capital in which it was officially launched in 2015, the Ulaanbaatar Process is a unique civil society dialogue for peace and stability in Northeast Asia (NEA).

This story features Kageyama Yuuka from the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) Kyoto, who tells us how feminist perspectives can challenge the militarisation of society and expose the threats of military buildup for peace in the region.

Kageyama Yuuka is also active in the International Women’s Network Against Militarism (IWNAM) and GPPAC Northeast Asia. She is a PhD student at the Graduate School of Global Studies, Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan.

Read the full story here: https://gppac.net/news/every-voice-matters-peace-korean-peninsula-kageyama-yuuka-counternarratives-military-buildup

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