Betty and Jody Williams October 10, 2002

From the streets of Belfast to the hills of Afghanistan, violence and armed conflict continue to wreak havoc on millions of innocent lives around the world. With the odds squarely against them, two women – Betty Williams in Northern Ireland and Jody Williams in her battle to ban landmines – have devoted their lives to ending violence and making the world a safer, more peaceful place. University Lectures invites you to hear first hand how these remarkable women (both Nobel Peace Prize laureates)—armed with little more than determination and dreams for peace—really have changed the world.