Win Without War

Point of Contact:

  • Kate Kizer; Policy Director
  • Contact Information: kate@winwithoutwar.org

Location: Washington, D.C.

Website: winwithoutwar.org


Win Without War is a diverse network of activists and organizations working for a more peaceful, progressive U.S. foreign policy. As a national grassroots advocacy organization, we work with federal elected officials, policymakers, media, ally organizations, and movement leaders to promote and advance a values-based progressive national security strategy that prioritizes human security and diplomacy over war. Our areas of work cover all aspects of U.S. national security around the world, including nuclear weapons, climate change, endless war, peacebuilding, and more. We believe that by democratizing U.S. foreign policy and providing progressive alternatives, we can achieve peaceful, just, and common sense policies that ensure that all people — regardless of race, nationality, gender, religion, or economic status — can find and take advantage of opportunity equally and feel secure.

Opportunities for Collaboration

Win Without War seeks to work in service of the progressive movement and activists. As such, we aim to increase the exposure of frontline voices and communities most impacted by U.S. foreign policy decisions to drive the policy conversation in Washington. We are open to collaborating in the following ways: 

  • Inclusion in Win Without War’s expert database that is used to increase exposure for frontline voices in Washington policy debates in Congress and in the media.
  • Co-authoring, editing, and/or placing opinion articles on issues of concern and policy solutions that should be part of the conversation in DC.
  • Hosting frontline leaders for congressional advocacy via individual meetings with Hill staff, Hill briefings, or policy roundtables.
  • Amplifying stories and policy solutions through our email list and social media channels that reaches over half a million Americans.
  • Sharing the latest intel about what’s happening in Washington through our exclusive newsletter for progressive foreign policy advocates and movement leaders.
  • We are also currently scoping other ways to collaborate with frontline activists and are open to ideas!
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