Nonviolence Workshops in Australia
ANNOUNCEMENTS, 1 Feb 2021
With the intention of developing a strategic nonviolent response to the elite coup – aka the World Economic Forum’s ‘Great Reset’ – nonviolent activists in Melbourne, Australia are conducting workshops to build on existing resistance taking place in that city and elsewhere around the world.
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Robert Burrowes, Ph.D. is a member of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace Development Environment and has a lifetime commitment to understanding and ending human violence. He has done extensive research since 1966 in an effort to understand why human beings are violent and has been a nonviolent activist since 1981. He is the author of Why Violence? Websites: (Charter) (Flame Tree Project) (Songs of Nonviolence) (Nonviolent Campaign Strategy) (Nonviolent Defense/Liberation Strategy) (Robert J. Burrowes) (Feelings First) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anita McKone is a member of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace Development Environment and has been a nonviolent activist since 1993. Her work on environmental and anti-war campaigns led to further intensive research into the deep psychological roots of violence. She works to fully comprehend and end behaviours that are destructive of the Self. She is the author of Fearless Psychology and Fearful Psychology: Principles and Practice and has also written and recorded eight ‘Songs of Nonviolence’.
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