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He Said That? 3/31/17

From Gene Sharp (born 1928), founder of the Albert Einstein Institution, a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the study of nonviolent action, retired professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth,  45 more words

Government

Advancing 'just peace' through strategic nonviolent action

By Dr. Maria J. Stephan
U.S. Institute of Peace

Note: The following article was submitted to the Nonviolence and Just Peace conference in Rome in April 2016 as one of the… 417 more words

Nonviolence

Learning From Civil Resistance Around The World

…activists and organizers in many countries tell me that they understand they can no longer operate based on trial and error. This is especially true because they’re increasingly facing opponents who have massive resources at their disposal, including manipulation of the media, banks, and transportation systems, as well as the tools of violent repression — the police, military, and prisons.    1,583 more words

Activism

Dissident's Toolkit: Like what subversive activities?

The Dissident’s Toolkit

Like what subversive activities?

Over the past few years we’ve grown used to the iconography of protest.

In the wake of the Arab Spring, images of angry young street demonstrators shouting slogans, wielding signs, and confronting security forces have become almost commonplace. 1,335 more words

Adonis49

Using Political Jiu-Jitsu To Disintegrate Hostile Regimes

In the past decade alone, the deaths of Egyptian Khaled Saeed, Iranian Neda Agha Soltan, and other fatalities caused by repressive governments ignited nation-wide revolutions which were recognized and lauded internationally. 2,020 more words

Writing

From Dictatorship to Democracy

This is a Book Review.  It’s part of a new series on this website, and I hope you find it useful.  

From Dictatorship To Democracy… 953 more words

Teaching