Articles, Commentary, Lectures

Williams, Jody. “Use your imagination.” Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, 2009.

Williams steps out of her comfort zone of landmines and talks about another global crisis – National Missile Defence.  “The biggest challenge is for ordinary citizens to fire up their imaginations and believe that they can make a difference on this and most any other issue if they take action.”

Williams, Jody. “When Ordinary People Achieve Great Things.” From This I Believe: The Personal Philosophies of Remarkable Men and Women. (2007) Jay Allison and Dan Gediman.

Williams talks about her life journey towards being an activist. “I believe it is possible for ordinary people to achieve extraordinary things.”

Williams, Jody. "Landmines and measures to eliminate them," International Review of the Red Cross, July-August 1995. No. 307.

Williams, Jody. "Landmines: Dealing with the Environmental Impact," Environment Security, 1997, Vol. 1. No. 2.

Williams, Jody. "Social Consequences of Widespread Use of Landmines," Landmine Symposium, International Committee of the Red Cross, Montreux, Switzerland, April 1993.

Williams, Jody. "The Protection of Children Against Landmines and Unexploded Ordinance," Impact of Armed Conflict on Children: Report of the Expert Group of the Secretary-General, Ms. Graca Machel, A/51/306, 26 August 1996.


Williams, Jody, Goose D. Stephan, & Wareham, Mary. (2008) Banning landmines: disarmament, citizen diplomacy, and human security. Plymouth, Uk.: Rowman & Littlefield.  

Williams, Jody & Roberts, Sam. (1995) After the Guns Fall Silent: The Enduring Legacy of Landmines. Washington: Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation.