Here a very interesting and short but good introduction to nonviolence – probably lacks more religions: http://t.co/wLNqBRVG
Archive for January, 2012
I wonder how come the world seem just to be watching what’s going on in Syria, where there has been some say over 5,000 deaths?
I wanted to share this intersting article that made me think a lot… it’s just the absence of OIL the difference with Lybia?
The Truth Behind the Coming “Regime Change” in Syria by Shamus Cooke
You can find the full article here:
Just found this information on the SCI International twitter tweet stream uhm thingy thing…
If you ever thought about travelling somewhere else and participating for a few months or a whole year in local projects there, gaining experience and working within the SCI family, here might just be your chance
To shortly cite the SCI LTEG group on what LTV is about:
What is LTV?
LTV stands for Long Term Volunteering project, which is an exchange of volunteers between SCI branches (and/or partner organizations), where volunteer commits to the project for longer than 1 month. It is open to any volunteer without a limit of age or any other. There is wide variety of projects and you can have a taste of it by taking a look at the Vacancies List here.
All the projects are non-profit and do not aim to replace paid labour in the organization.
War Resisters International Handbook for Nonviolent Campaigns now also in Arabic: http://t.co/NTHBDZP4
Here I present a video recording of a speech by Erica Chenoweth focusing on her research and that of others on why civil resistance works. Erica Chenoweth presents her findings including data on nonviolent resistance, creating a strong link between successful resistance against violence and using nonviolent methodology: