Gender, Religion, and Violence
In several current world conflicts, multiple sides claim religious belief as a motivation for violent actions, including gender-based violence. In fact, the U.N. “Plan of Action for Religious Leaders and Actors to Prevent Incitement to Violence That Could Lead to Atrocity Crimes” lists gender-based violence as one of the key elements related to atrocity crimes. Panelists will discuss prevention strategies, military actions, education, government policies, and constructions of gender.
This event is sponsored by the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues and the Churchill Fund. It is part of the Clarke Forum’s Leadership in an Age of Uncertainty Series.
gender, religion, violence, gender-based violence
Gender and Sexuality | Peace and Conflict Studies | Religion | Sociology of Religion
Ensign, Margee, Jean-Pierre Karegeye, Christina Li, Stephanie Ogorzalek, and Celestino Perez. "Gender, Religion, and Violence." Ensemble video, 01:23:18. March 26, 2019.