Fancy finding out more about making positive change through nonviolent people power? Interested in developing, deepening or replenishing your understanding and ideas about nonviolence? If so, you’re very welcome to participate in our new online course which runs from 3 June to 14 July 2019, facilitated by Turning the Tide UK in partnership with Turning … Continued
Is there a place for hope in these troubled times? Is hope more than just escapism or wishful thinking? Clare Bonetree explains why she thinks so. In 1996 three women broke into an airbase in Yorkshire and smashed a fighter jet that was bound for Indonesia to be used against the East Timorese people. The … Continued
Programme Coordinator, Turning the Tide Hours: 28 per week Salary: £27,042 per annum (£33,802 pro rata) – London scale Contract: Fixed term for two years Location: Friends House, Euston Road, London NW1 Are you passionate about nonviolence? Do you share the Quaker vision of a just, peaceful and sustainable world? Turning the Tide is a … Continued
2018 has been a tumultuous year for the UK and for Turning the Tide too. We’ve had staff changes, an unexpected and incredible learning visit to Rwanda and a BIG strategic review. Alongside all of that, TTT facilitators and staff have managed to facilitate some really valuable spaces, Spaces that have explored issues such as … Continued
Turning the Tide is running three workshops at Greenbelt Festival this year, exploring spirituality and activism, creative action tactics, and hope. See you there?
Lisa Cumming reflects on the power of collective silence as an act of witness, following the Silent Walk for Grenfell one year on from the fire.
Milan Rai makes the case for shifting from ‘mobilising’ to ‘organising’ to win power for positive social change.
As the holidays approach and families prepare to spend time together, Turning the Tide staff member Lisa Cumming offers four tips on how to disagree well.
Training for Change return to the UK in January 2018 to run two exciting Training-for-Trainers workshops. Read on to find out more, and for details on how to apply…
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.