Photos from the launch of the second edition of the Handbook for Nonviolent Campaigns, in Housmans Bookshop, 25 October 2014.
Our speakers were:
- Jungmin Choi of World Against War in South Korea, involved in the movement against the construction of a naval base on Jeju Island
- Cattis Laska of Ofog, a Swedish antimilitarist network in Sweden involved in queer and antimilitarist actions
- Christine Schweitzer: Chair of WRI
- Selam Kidane, Eritrean Diaspora organiser, and of the Stop Slavery in Eritrea campaign
- Andrew Dey: Handbook editing coordinator involved in Action AWE, campaign against the renewal of Trident.
You can purchase the Handbook for Nonviolent Campaigns here, and read it online here.
Javier introducing our speakers. Photo: Hannah Brock
Christine Schweitzer introduces WRI and the work of the Nonviolence Programme Photo: Hannah Brock
Andrew Dey, who coordinated the book, speaks about the changes from the first edition. Photo: Hannah Brock
Cattis Laska speaks about the gender section. Photo: Hannah Brock
Jungmin Choi tells us about the case study of the Jeju islans resistance to a military base - a case study used in the book. Photo: Hannah Brock
Selam Kidane describes Diaspora resistance to the Eritrean regime - a case study used in the book. Photo: Hannah Brock
Andrew Dey from WRI also went to Helsinki to launch the Handbook! Photo: AKL