Society Activism Nonviolence
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In this category, the term nonviolence refers to the theory and practice of making social or political change using methods that exclude violence, and should not to be confused with anti-violence, crime prevention or pacifism.

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Gandhi TODAY
Articles, news, and message board focusing on the Gandhian concept of nonviolence and the difficult task of applying this concept to the present violence-based society.
Mark Shepard's Nonviolence Page
Writings and resources on Mahatma Gandhi, nonviolence, and alternative economics. Features three books by this author, that can be read or ordered online.
New England Nonviolence Trainers Network
Network of nonviolence trainers throughout New England. Provides opportunities for nonviolence trainers to share skills and resources, and learn new methods of training.
Nonviolence - Wikipedia
Article from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Training for Change
Nonprofit peace group run by Quaker activist George Lakey trains activists around the world to spread tools of democratic, nonviolent change. Workshops, staff, news, articles, and registration information.

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