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CSJP Principles of Nonviolence By Growing in Nonviolence Core Group
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This booklet offers principles of nonviolence drawn from our Constitutions, the writings of our Foundress and other Sisters and from the life of our Congregation.
Islam and Nonviolence By Glenn D. Paige, Chaiwat Satha-Anand, Sarah Gilliatt
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A seminar on Islam and Nonviolence, to many, sounds unimaginable in a world where the term “Islam” has ceased to be a simple description. Instead, it means a lot of ... More > “unpleasant” things to some non-Muslims. Edward Said, a Columbia University professor, writes, “For the right, Islam represents barbarism; for the left, medieval theocracy; for the center, a kind of distasteful exoticism. In all camps, however, there is agreement that even though little enough is known about the Islamic world there is not much to be approved of there.” Needless to say, concerning the issue of nonviolence, Islam is normally perceived as heavily oriented towards the former. The Center for Global Nonviolence Planning Project is pleased to present this report of an international exploratory seminar on Islam and nonviolence held in Bali, Indonesia, during February 14-19, 1986< Less
Islam and Nonviolence By Glenn D. Paige, Chaiwat Satha-Anand, Sarah Gilliatt
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A seminar on Islam and Nonviolence, to many, sounds unimaginable in a world where the term “Islam” has ceased to be a simple description. Instead, it means a lot of ... More > “unpleasant” things to some non-Muslims. Edward Said, a Columbia University professor, writes, “For the right, Islam represents barbarism; for the left, medieval theocracy; for the center, a kind of distasteful exoticism. In all camps, however, there is agreement that even though little enough is known about the Islamic world there is not much to be approved of there.” Needless to say, concerning the issue of nonviolence, Islam is normally perceived as heavily oriented towards the former. The Center for Global Nonviolence Planning Project is pleased to present this report of an international exploratory seminar on Islam and nonviolence held in Bali, Indonesia, during February 14-19, 1986< Less
Nonviolent Revolutionaries By Autumn Rooney
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A book about non-violent peacemakers for young people. Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, Jane Goodall all changed the world through compassionate passive resistance.
Nonviolence Unbound By Brian Martin
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methods of nonviolent action can be used to bring down dictators. Nonviolence Unbound shows how insights into what makes nonviolent action eff ective can be applied to four completely diff erent... More > arenas: defending against verbal abuse, responding to online defamatory pictures, and engaging in the struggles over euthanasia and vaccination. This investigation shows how to analyse options for opposing injustice.< Less
NONVIOLENT COMMUNICATION By Dean Amory
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We are all living our lives the best way we can, trying to fulfill our needs as good as possible, trying also to do this without hurting others. And yet .... Often we feel miss interpreted, not... More > understood, talking to walls, finding it impossible to convince others of our good intentions. That's where Marshall Rosenberg steps in with his longtime famous, but always very needed theory of NONVIOLENT COMMUNICATION.< Less
NONVIOLENT COMMUNICATION By Dean Amory
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We are all living our lives the best way we can, trying to fulfill our needs as good as possible, trying also to do this without hurting others. And yet .... Often we feel miss interpreted, not... More > understood, talking to walls, finding it impossible to convince others of our good intentions. That's where Marshall Rosenberg steps in with his longtime famous, but always very needed theory of NONVIOLENT COMMUNICATION.< Less
Responses to Nonviolent Campaigns By Majken Jul Sørensen
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Nonviolent social movements and campaigns are frequently met with violent repression from their opponents and cheers of encouragement from their supporters. However, it is also common for both... More > authorities and third parties such as foreign governments, international organisations and media to be much more nuanced in their responses. In an attempt to prevent communication between activists, Egyptian authorities closed down the internet and mobile phone networks during the uprising in 2011. In Serbia in the late 1990’s, the opposition group Otpor was prevented from registering as a legal organisation and the activists were devalued and framed as drug addicts, terrorists and traitors. In Argentina in the 1970’s, many members of the human rights organisation Las Madras de Plaza de Mayo were protected from being disappeared and killed because of the recognition they received from independent international organisations.< Less
Nonviolence in Hawaii's Spiritual Traditions By Glenn D. Paige, Sarah Gilliat
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These essays were first presented as brief talks given in Kuykendall Auditorium on the campus of the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa on January 11, 1990. They were offered as contributions of... More > the Center for Global Nonviolence Planning Project to celebrate the Hawai‘i State Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday n cooperation with the King Holiday Commission chaired by Dr. Donnis Thompson. We are privileged to be able to present these insights into nonviolence in Hawai‘i’s spiritual traditions and are deeply grateful to the authors for sharing them. We recognize, as does each of them, that interpretations can vary within each tradition. Therefore none of them claims to speak for all adherents of their faith. Each voice is an authentic one and merits most thoughtful reception< Less
Nonviolence in Hawaii's Spiritual Traditions By Glenn D. Paige, Sarah Gilliat
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These essays were first presented as brief talks given in Kuykendall Auditorium on the campus of the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa on January 11, 1990. They were offered as contributions of... More > the Center for Global Nonviolence Planning Project to celebrate the Hawai‘i State Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday n cooperation with the King Holiday Commission chaired by Dr. Donnis Thompson. We are privileged to be able to present these insights into nonviolence in Hawai‘i’s spiritual traditions and are deeply grateful to the authors for sharing them. We recognize, as does each of them, that interpretations can vary within each tradition. Therefore none of them claims to speak for all adherents of their faith. Each voice is an authentic one and merits most thoughtful reception< Less