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.
Our long-serving staff member, Steve Whiting, is leaving, so we have a rare and exciting job opportunity. We’re looking for a motivated leader, communicator, organiser and team-worker to empower people for nonviolent social change.
It may be some years old but we think that our 30-minute video, Nonviolence for a Change, remains relevant
With 2016 now behind us but the result of Britain’s EU referendum and the election of Donald Trump bound to have wide-ranging implications for some time, Turning The Tide trainer Milan Rai shares his personal reflections on what it might mean for those of us working for nonviolent social change.
Because activism is really a journey and we’re all in different places with it, we invited Turning The Tide trainer and artist Clare Bonetree to share her personal experience of ‘being an activist’.
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?