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Sending the Protest Message

Source: Johansen, Jørgen, and Brian Martin. 2008. “Sending the Protest Message.” Gandhi Marg no. 29 (4):503-519. Sending the Protest Message By Jørgen Johansen and Brian Martin What makes a protest action effective? Organisers have lots of potential choices: what, when, where,

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Nonviolent Social Change

Source: Johansen, Jørgen. 2012. “Nonviolent Social Change.” In The Medical Peace Work Textbook, 2nd edition, Course 1-7, edited by J. Salvage, M. Rowson and K. Melf. London: Medact. Nonviolent Social Change In this lesson you will: You will learn about historical

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Nonviolence Versus US Imperialism

Source: Johansen, Jørgen, Brian Martin, and Matt Meyer. 2012. “Nonviolence versus US imperialism.” Economic & Political Weekly no. 47 (38):82-89. Read the article on the original site. Nonviolence Versus US Imperialism Jørgen Johansen, Brian Martin and Matt Meyer For valuable comments

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Human Shields and pre-emptive Backfire

Source: Johansen, Jørgen. 2012. “Human shields and pre-emptive backfire.” In Backfire Manual, Tactics Against Injustice, edited by Brian Martin, 103-106. Sparsnäs: Irene Publishing. Buy the book here or here. Human Shields and pre-emptive Backfire It is normally not advisable to provoke

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Acts of Omission in the “War on Terrorism”

Originally published as Johansen, Jørgen, “Acts of Omission in the “War on Terrorism”” in The ethics and efficacy of the global war on terrorism : fighting terror with terror, edited by Charles Webel and John A. Arnaldi. New York: Palgrave Macmillan,

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