The US National Human Rights Cities Network operates within the US Human Rights Network, a national network of organizations and individuals working to strengthen a human rights movement and culture within the United States led by the people most directly impacted by human rights violations.
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Justice for All is actively engaged in partnership building, interfaith dialogue and advocacy for human rights, peace and justice. Since 2012, their focus has been to raise awareness regarding the persecution of ethnic and religious minorities in Burma. They promote policies that protect religious freedom, address the root causes of mass displacement, and recognize the…
The Fund for Global Human Rights supports courageous activists who speak truth to power, challenge wrongdoing, and strive to build a more just and equitable world. By investing in those on the front lines of human rights struggles, the Fund for Global Human Rights help build stronger, more resilient movements that can take on abusive…
The US Human Rights Network is a national network of organizations and individuals working to strengthen a human rights movement and culture within the United States led by the people most directly impacted by human rights violations. They work to secure dignity and justice for all.
10 Tactics provides original and artful ways for human rights advocates to capture attention and communicate a cause. It includes a 50-minute film documenting stories from around the world and a set of cards; with tools, tips and advice, for you to work through as you plan your own info-activism. The film has now been translated by volunteers into more than 25 languages and it has been shown at over 200 screenings in over 60 countries.
Abstracted from Gene Sharp’s classic three-volume work, The Politics of Nonviolent Action, this monograph summarizes the core concepts behind the technique of nonviolent struggle.
The past 30 years have seen a surge of nonviolent, “people power” movements around the world advancing human rights and toppling repressive rulers. This edition of eJournal USA demonstrates that nonviolent actions can be more powerful than armed insurrections in bringing about social change.
Looking for specific information and advice on assembling a group and inspiring action? The following manual gives suggestions on how to best organize, plan an event, educate others, and implement projects.
War Resisters’ International (WRI) produced this Handbook, drawing on the experiences of groups in many countries and different generations of activists. At the heart of every nonviolent campaign are the resourcefulness and commitment of the activists involved and the quality of the message with which they reach out …