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Global Nonviolent Action Database publishes 1,000th case

Posted by Ken Butigan
08.29.14

The Global Nonviolent Database just published its one thousandth case of nonviolent struggle.  This database is a remarkable collection of examples of nonviolent people power campaigns around the world for democracy, human rights, liberation, justice, peace and environmental healing.

For an introduction, click here.

For an overview, click here.

To get started using it, click here.

Under the guidance of long-time activist and author George Lakey, the GNAD is the result of the work of students at Swarthmore College and many other universities.  This database is a tremendous resource for studying, spreading and applying active nonviolence for social change.

Click here to see more details from George Lakey!

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