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of the organisation:
The Irish Network for Nonviolent Action Training and Education (INNATE)
was established as a result of the need for an umbrella group to support
groups and individuals exploring nonviolent approaches to conflict
Aims and objectives:
To act 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
Geographical area of
Ireland, mainly Northern Ireland, with a particular concentration in
Belfast. Local associated groups in Belfast, Derry, Cork and Dublin.
INNATE is an associate member of War Resisters International (WRI) and
the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR), also has links
with other bodies at home and abroad.
- Date established: 1987
- Status of organisation: Informal
- Total membership: 15 groups, 45
- Number of Volunteers: Varies
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