Tag Archives: Gene Sharp

Beyond Violence and Nonviolence

The argument over violence and nonviolence — one of the oldest and most divisive on the left — is back.

Learning From Civil Resistance Around The World

The power of nonviolent action is built on the strength and capacity of people, as proven by recent protest movements across the globe.

Gene Sharp (1) Principled Non-Violence- Options for Action

Editor’s Note:  This video actually has a number of parts.  We have only posted the first.  The others should appear at the end of the video on YouTube numbered (2), (3), etc.  Two (2) is a continuation of this speech, while the others are from other speeches. Subscribe or “Follow” us on riseuptimes.wordpress.com. For the TC EVENTS […]

Activists Awarded ‘Alternative Nobels’> Nonviolent Scholar Gene Sharp Included

Activists Awarded ‘Alternative Nobels’ The 2012 Right Livelihood Awards announced Common Dreams staff Published on Thursday, September 27, 2012 by Common Dreams The Right Livelihood Awards, also known as “Alternative Nobel Prizes,” were announced on Thursday in Stockholm. Sima Samar, one of the 2012 Right Livelihood laureates visits a mother and child clinic in Shaheedan district […]

Video> The Power and Potential of Nonviolent Struggle by Gene Sharp

Uploaded by BetterSpokane on Dec 26, 2011 The Power and Potential of Nonviolent Struggle by Gene Sharp Gene Sharp, Senior Scholar of the Albert Einstein Institution, shares insights from his life study of how nonviolent struggle can work. For many years Gene and the Albert Einstein Institution have been mentors and catalysts for nonviolent struggle throughout the world. […]