Women in Religious Peacebuilding
This report uses the work of women of faith from Northern Ireland to Liberia, and their direct roles in grassroots mobilization to illustrate women’s long-term involvement in building positive peace. This offers much promise to broaden the current theoretical conception of peace work and to suggest ways that governments, donors, and international organizations can support and amplify the work done by women of faith to create a stronger and lasting peace.
© 2011 United States Institute of Peace (USIP)
Katherine Marshall, Susan Hayward, Claudia Zambra, Esther Breger, Sarah Jackson
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