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  • Rotary Flame Arrives in EvanstonApril 17, 2015, 12:02 pm

    By Rotary Voices staff, April 15, 2015, published in Rotary Voices The Rotary “Flame” arrived at RI World Headquarters in Evanston, Illinois, USA, on Tuesday, 14 April, on its journey from India to São Paulo, Brazil, site of the 2015 Rotary International Convention in June. The flame was launched in Chennai, India, in December to […]

  • Alliance for Middle East Peace: Olive Oil Without BordersApril 14, 2015, 6:46 am

    An ALLMEP update on building Middle East cooperation, coexistence, and peace. April, 14th 2015 Next week, ALLMEP will be holding a Congressional briefing for its member, the Near East Foundation on their groundbreaking program, ‘Olive Oil without Borders.’ Please find the invite for the event below. The Alliance for Middle East Peace (ALLMEP) presents: Olive Oil […]

  • Powerful Nonviolent Resistance to Armed Conflict in YemenApril 13, 2015, 7:48 pm

    By Stephen Zunes and Noor Al-Haidary, April 11, 2015, published in OpenDemocracy While media coverage of the tragic situation unfolding in Yemen in recent months has focused on armed clashes and other violence, there has also been widespread and ongoing nonviolent civil resistance employed by a number of different actors. In fact, the most significant […]

  • China: Matching Resistance to Repression, Creating Space for Local CampaignsApril 13, 2015, 7:45 pm

    By Michael Caster, , April 8, 2015, published in OpenDemocracy For Chinese domestic rights defenders, the challenge has become matching their resistance efforts to slower-onset repression. Rather than pursuing tactics involving sudden unrest and demanding high-profile victories, more can often be achieved working from the grassroots, producing limited but sustained improvements. Activists and movements that […]

  • Seeking Systemic Reform, Civil Rights Activists Embark on 250-Mile Justice MarchApril 13, 2015, 7:37 pm

    By Deirdre Fulton, April 13, 2015, Published in Common Dreams Proponents of criminal justice reform began a nine-day, 250-mile march from New York City to Washington, D.C. on Monday, seeking to end racial profiling, demilitarize local police departments, and “tear down the societal and institutional pillars of mass incarceration.” The ‘March 2 Justice,’ spearheaded by the grassroots group […]

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