Peacework Magazine, a peace and social justice webzine, investigates, uncovers, highlights, catalyzes, and mobilizes the nonviolent success stories of today -- and tomorrow.
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I won't go.
Peace is negotiated between enemies.
Despite death threats and attacks, I will not stop telling the truth.
We're caught between warlords, drug lords, the government, international armies, and the Taliban.
The global capitalist model is broken.
Summary:In the year following the arrest of fourteen social movement activists in Suchitoto, there have been gains for the Salvadoran social movement; however, there have also been significant losses.
Summary:We have traveled from all over the world to present research and to exchange ideas on the consequences of the ongoing trauma to the men, women, and children living in Gaza and to discuss how best to meet their clinical needs.
We cannot hurt in the name of defense or imprison in the name of freedom; therefore we cannot be moral and serve the occupation.
Dialogue can begin on our initiative or in unexpected ways, and can be followed up - when there is a concerted search for opportunity.
Love prompts us to take action in the construction of a more just and nonviolent world, with solidarity as its most important feature.
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs