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Handbook For Nonviolent Campaigns

War Resisters' International, February 2009


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Resource IDwri2009
Resource titleHandbook For Nonviolent Campaigns
Author/sourceWar Resisters' International
Date publishedFebruary 2009
Summary text/ abstractThis printed Handbook is a selection of a wider range of material available from War Resisters' International or on the internet. It combines texts introducing certain themes, experiences, and group exercises. The introductory section outlines what we mean by nonviolence; the importance of nonviolence training; issues for your group; and a few brief examples of historical nonviolence. Section Three looks at one specific instance of oppression within our movements: gender. Section Four outlines tasks and tools for organising and facilitating trainings. Section Five describes nonviolent campaigns and actions, including constructive programmes and the role of the media. Section Six offers specific tips for effective organising at all stages. Section Seven provides stories and strategies from around the world.
Library categoriesDirect Action & Protest, Peace, Politics
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