This final part of Steve Whiting’s series on Nonviolence and Social Change looks at relationship between nonviolence and religion, following on from Part 1: What is Nonviolence? and Part 2: Common dilemmas of nonviolence In Part 1 we explored what we mean by nonviolence and outlined some core principles that we find helpful. Part … Continued
It may be some years old but we think that our 30-minute video, Nonviolence for a Change, remains relevant
Although only 200 pages long, this is a BIG book. It explores the meaning and place of spirituality in our modern world, and how this can inspire our activism, our politics, and other ways we act in the world.
An exploration of the common dilemmas and complex questions that come up when we put nonviolence in to practice.
Turning the Tide trainer, Kat Barton’s experience of a Training for Change course in April 2016
Why is George Lakey writing a book on economics?
Take the word “activist”. What does it mean to you?
Social movements start with the individual – but to achieve lasting change we need to work collectively.
It’s a word we use, but what do we actually mean by nonviolence?
Reflections on a series of workshops in 2015 with Diana Francis, writer, thinker, trainer and campaigner.