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A guide to effective nonviolent struggle


In the past five years alone the world has witnessed an unprecedented rise in global civil resistance movements: Brazilians protesting hikes in bus fares, Turkish citizens taking to the streets over Gezi park, Bahraini’s gathering around their Pearl monument, and Bosnians protesting against the lack of identification numbers for infants. The reasons for civil resistance are as varied as the political landscapes and cultures they come from. One thing that unifies and makes them stand out is clear: the carnival atmosphere pervading the movements and the fun, relatively speaking, the protestors are having.



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This entry was posted on April 11, 2014 by in 雜Variety.
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