Development and distribution of resources on nonviolence and nonviolent strategies for use by the WRI network and the wider movement. Such resources include a handbook for nonviolent action, a collection of case studies of nonviolent campaigns, nonviolences training and campaign development materials.
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A guide for Citizens using Facebook Pages to raise awareness about issues they care about and enlarge their circle of supporters can follow step-by-step guide and be up and running with a smart strategy in no time. (Written specifically for an Arab civil society audience, the statistics and examples refer to the Arab region only.)
The Human Right Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) was established in 1987 as an independent non-government organization. Since then it has developed to become an influential country wide human rights body. The HRCP has established a leading role in providing a highly informed and objective voice on a national level in the struggle for the provision…
Human Rights Forum was established 1996 for welfare of humanity. HRF is a charity with a unique focus on human rights as they affect people in the Pakistan in their everyday lives. We believe in human rights as a tool to assist socially excluded or disadvantaged people.
On this website find links to pages describing some of the history, theory, and practice of civil disobedience. The website offers nonviolent action training, legal resources, campaign strategies, and direct action guidelines.
This handbook, CD, and website, produced from a USIP grant, describes proven strategies and tactics for nonviolent political movements. Based on first hand experience in Serbia and Georgia, the resources provide easily accessible lessons and best practices to front-line practitioners engaged in struggles for freedom around the world. (2009)