Mobilization, Leadership, and Coalition Building
Dr. Janet Cherry
Senior Lecturer in Development Studies
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
June 21, 2010
These three critical phases in the work of most nonviolent movements are examined in this session, with examples -- as in South Africa with the United Democratic Front -- illustrating the trajectory of organizing and building a diverse, representative mass movement; the way in which broad unity with a range of allies is constructed; and the nature of leadership. This session took place at the 2010 Fletcher Summer Institute for the Advanced Study of Nonviolent Conflict.
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