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Nonviolence News December 2017

Editorials: Brexit and peace, Neutrality

Eco-Awareness with Larry Speight: We have never been modern

Readings in Nonviolence:Resources on Christian nonviolence

Billy King: Rites Again

Peace Trails newsletter 1

The organisations acts as a network linking those committed to, or interested in, explicitly nonviolent action and training. Some, but not all, of INNATE's work is essentially intertwined with community relations and
the development of a nonviolent response to areas of community tension.

In the context of 'peace' work, INNATE insists that a radical concept of nonviolence and nonviolent action, learning from both Irish and International experience, offers much in addressing the conflict in
Northern Ireland.

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