Any woman, transcending the boundaries of nationality, ethnicity, and religion, can become one with IWPG and work for peace.
IWPG is working busily with branches and affiliates worldwide through its global peace network.

  • Asia

    China, Philippines, Japan, Kazakhstan, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Nepal, East Timor, Singapore, Malaysia, Mongolia, Tunga, Malaysia, Mongolia, Tunga, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam

  • Europe

    Germany, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Ireland, Switzerland, Georgia, Spain, Poland, Moldova, Czech, France, Hungary, Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Belgium, Italy

  • Middle East


  • Africa

    Republic of South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Egypt, Libya, Ethiopia, Ghana, Rwanda, Bhutan, Republic of South Sudan, Cameroon, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Angola, Gambia, Morocco, Zambia, Central African Republic, Burundi, Equatorial Guinea, Uganda, Malawi, Namibia

  • IWPG Korea

    Seoul South Gyeonggi, Seoul North Gyeonggi , Seoul West Gyeonggi, Seoul East Gyeonggi, Incheon, Daejeon Chungcheong, Jeonbuk, Gwangju South Jeonnam, Daegu North Gyeongbuk Gangwon, Busan South Gyeongnam, Busan East Gyeongnam

  • Oceania

    Australia, New Zealand, Marshall Islands, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Palau, Kiribati, Tuvalu, Samoa

  • North America

    U.S.A, Canada

  • South America

    Mexico, Colombia, El Salvador, Brazil

Network of IWPG

Since its foundation in September 2013, IWPG has formed a global network that transcends national borders, race, religions and ideologies to realize world peace. Today, there are over 100 branches around the world with more than 230 cooperation groups. Notably, in September every year, women leaders from all over the world gather together to discuss and exchange practical ways to achieve peace. It has become the premier event of IWPG and a place of impressive harmony and solidarity. The Advisory Council and Publicity Ambassadors of IWPG are the foundation of the IWPG’s network. Furthermore, IWPG-centered women’s networks are actively growing in each country and region.

IWPG Peace Committee

The IWPG has the ‘Peace Committee’ to actively promote peace activities in the world. The IWPG Peace Committee consists of three or more members in each region and plans and implements IWPG’s initiatives and peace activities in accordance with the cultural and situational characteristics of each region. In the case of the Republic of Korea, where the headquarter of IWPG is located, peace committees are being established in small administrative units in cities, towns and even villages all across the country leading more and more women in Korea to become members of IWPG