Non Violent Resistance

Developing A Connected Relationship With Your Child

Sarah Fisher | Posted 21.03.2017 | UK Parents
Sarah Fisher

I have spent hours developing a connection with my son since he moved in and becoming a parent he knows he can trust, which as an adopted child he hasn't had before. It's not perfect but we are definitely further along our path than when we started. I'm single and there's only the two of us, so it does make life a bit easier.

Hacktivism to Balaclava Punk: Protest Must Be Protected in All Its Forms

Thomas Hughes | Posted 19.06.2016 | UK
Thomas Hughes

Protest is increasingly going digital. Whether it is using the internet to organise and report physical acts of protest, using online space as a platform on which to take action, or targeting online infrastructure itself: across the world, people are taking their right to protest online.

Adoptive Families Dealing With Child-on-Parent Violence

Hugh Thornbery | Posted 27.06.2015 | UK Parents
Hugh Thornbery

Can you imagine what it would be like to be physically attacked by a member of your own family... in your own home... on a regular basis? And what if the perpetrator was your own adopted son?

Gene Sharp: The Knowledge of How People Can Be Free is Spreading Throughout the World

Julie Tomlin | Posted 01.04.2012 | UK
Julie Tomlin

We can expect more "amazing struggles" around the world in the next few years according to Gene Sharp, the man credited with the non-violent strategy behind the toppling of governments from Serbia to Egypt.

Death Threats, Sex Bans And The African Iron Lady: Profiles Of The Nobel Peace Prize Winners

Huffington Post UK | Felicity Morse And Cosima Ungaro | Posted 07.12.2011 | UK

The Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to three female campaigners – the first time a woman has won for seven years. Yemeni democracy activist ...