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Women in Nonviolent Movements

Women in Nonviolent Movements

Thursday, December 29, 2016

By: Marie A. Principe

Women’s meaningful involvement in civil resistance movements has shown to be a game changer. Examining movements in Argentina, Chile, Egypt, Liberia, the Palestinian territories, Poland, Syria, and the United States, this report advocates for the full engagement of women and their networks in nonviolent movements for a simple and compelling reason—because greater female inclusion leads to more sustainable peace. 

Gender; Nonviolent Action

Triage, Bootstraps and Police Reform

Thursday, November 17, 2011

USIP hosted an expert panel Nov. 16 to discuss police reform and the need to try new ways that fit the task. USIP also published a new Special Report, "Police Corruption: What Past Scandals Teach About Current Challenges," by David Bayley and USIP's Bob Perito.

Conflict Analysis & Prevention

Commission of Inquiry: Chile 03

Monday, September 1, 2003

Commission of Inquiry: National Commission on Political Imprisonment and Torture Duration:  2003 - 2005 Charter: Supreme Decree No. 1040 Commissioners: 8 Report: Public reports  

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