17. THE WPA PROTESTED AGAINST THE COST OF LIVING 25. THE WPA GREW BEYOND VICTORIA 27. WOMEN'S PEACE ARMY LEAFLETS
FIRST WORLD WAR WOMEN
working for peace in Melbourne 1914-1919
31. WOMEN’S TERMS OF PEACE
1. Women to be given Equal Political Rights
with Men in all countries
where Representative Government Exists.
2. Education of Children
in Principles of Anti-Militarism
Not to be Refused to Any People.
4. Abolition of Conscription
and Every Form of Militarism.
5. Prohibition of Press and Platform Censorship.
6. Foreign Policy to be subject
to Democratic Control.
7. General Disarmament to be aimed at
by Governments taking over the manufacture
of the munitions of war
and controlling International Traffic in them.
8. Respect for Nationality -
No territory to be transferred
without the consent of the men and women in it.
9. Freedom of the Seas -
Trade Routes to be open on equal terms
to the shipping of all nations.
10. Investments to be made
at the risk of the investor,
without claim to the official protection
of his Government.
11. Secret Treaties to be void,
and the theory of the Balance of Power
to be abandoned.
12. Our Social System to be remodelled
on a basis of co-operation,
so that production and distribution
shall be controlled by the people for the people.
13. International Disputes to be referred
to an International Court of Justice,
in which men and women of all classes
shall be represented.
14. No Declaration of War
unless the people declare in favour of it
Woman Voter 22 February 1917 State Library of Victoria
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