Marie Berry

Marie Berry is assistant professor at the Josef Korbel School of International Studie, where she co-directs IGLI. She is a political sociologist with a research focus on mass violence, gender, and development. Her book, “War, Women, and Power: From Violence to Mobilization in Rwanda and Bosnia-Herzegovina,” examines the impact of war and genocide on women’s informal and formal political participation in Rwanda and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Why Training Women in Nonviolent Resistance is Critical to Movement Success

In recognition of the unique challenges and opportunities women-identified activists face in training for and leading movements for social change, along with research that suggests that the inclusion of women in nonviolent movements is critical for building more peaceful societies, we launched the Inclusive Global Leadership Initiative Summer Institute to elevate and amplify the work that women activists are doing to catalyze social change.

March 8, 2018