Women Leading Nonviolent Movements Symposium at USIP
To celebrate National Women’s History Month, the U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP) and the One Woman, One Vote Festival will host an intergenerational discussion among women nonviolent activists. To strengthen future nonviolent movements, leaders must learn from the past challenges and successes. Women leaders from Libya, Syria, Uganda and Venezuela will speak from their experiences as activists for social change on the challenges they faced as women and how they are organizing to overcome them.
USIP was established by Congress in 1984 as an independent institution devoted to the nonviolent prevention and mitigation of deadly conflict abroad.
Registration and Speaker information TBA.