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This HRC Action Guide is a round-up of information and resources about the child soldiers phenomenon and how international stakeholders – activists, organizers, advocates – can better understand and get involved with local and global efforts to combat this complex issue.

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This action guide is a round-up of information and resources made by and for grassroots organizations and international solidarity activists about the struggle for environmental justice.

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Today, more than ever, grassroots activists are committed to protecting our Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients. Use this comprehensive guide of resources to stay informed about how to fight back and get involved. Let’s continue to #resist and #DefendDACA.

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This guide (guide 1) explains how communities can prepare for interactions with potential investors, including making decisions about whether or not to negotiate.

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Getting involved is important for all students, but especially for sustainability students. As our experts point out, taking action on behalf of sustainability on campus and beyond is a great opportunity to invest in your future

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The Strategic Vision 2020 was used to guide the development of the Live & Learn Vanuatu Strategic Plan. For any vision it is important that it be translated into locally relevant actions that can be realised and result in actual change. The resultant plan is a practical tool which establishes achievable actions that will guide Live & Learn Vanuatu for the next 5 years.

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Youths have played crucial roles in numerous nonviolent struggles, which require, among other things, well-formed strategies. Only Young Once: An Introduction to Nonviolent Struggle for Youths is a practical guide geared alike towards university or secondary school students, young soldiers, young professionals, civil society leaders, and youthful parliamentarians. It challenges the blind faith in violence so often found where there is conflict while also explaining the basic ideas and principles of nonviolent action. In the classroom, it can be used to supplement Teaching Model: Nonviolent Transformation of Conflict. It also complements “Bite Not One Another”: Selected Accounts of Nonviolent Struggle in Africa.

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This guide explains how activists can use blogs as part of campaigns against injustice around the world. Blogging can help activists in several ways. It is a quick and inexpensive way to create a presence on the Internet, to disseminate information about a cause, and to organize actions to lobby decision-makers.

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