Our Legacy: Powerful Citizen-led Movements for Peace, Justice, and Equality

May 28-30, 2013: Six women Nobel Peace Laureates and more than 80 activists, academics, and philanthropists from around the world gathered in Belfast, Northern Ireland, for Moving Beyond Militarism & War: Women-driven solutions for a nonviolent world.

VIDEO: Our Legacy: Powerful Citizen-led Movements for Peace, Justice, and Equality
Moderator: Lena Ag, Kvinna till Kvinna
Speakers: Madeline Rees, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Amina Mama, Director of Women and Gender Studies, UC Davis, Valerie Hudson, School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, Helen Mack, Myrna Mack Foundation

For full conference coverage, including photos, blog posts, media coverage, and video, visit nobelwomensinitiative.org/our-blogs/wome­n-beyond-war/

“Women are weavers; we’re very good at building the picture, building the map, and making the links that have the potential to subvert the tyrnanies of our day. “ – Amina Mama

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