Writings and resources on Mahatma Gandhi, nonviolence, and alternative economics. Features three books by this author, that can be read or ordered online.
A directory of many of the United States' most dynamic peace and nonviolence organizations. Contains articles, links, and commentary on issues.
Presents a collection of articles, analyses and reports which highlight the contemporary relevance of nonviolence. Includes related links, philosophical, conceptual and historical aspects on nonviolence and the role of leading proponents, activists and theoreticians in the field.
Articles, news, and message board focusing on the Gandhian concept of nonviolence and the difficult task of applying this concept to the present violence-based society.
Nonprofit peace group run by Quaker activist George Lakey trains activists around the world to spread tools of democratic, nonviolent change. Workshops, staff, news, articles, and registration information.
Gathers and disseminates information about the efficacy of nonviolence. Poster, case histories, articles, and links to related sites.
Nonviolence resources for trainers and activists. Information on theory and practice of nonviolent social change, case studies and training agendas.
Non-profit organization dedicated to developing resources that explore the creativity and spirituality of active nonviolence. Stories of the power of nonviolence, RAIN initiatives, resources, and mailing list sign-up.
PBS documentary on the use of nonviolent power to confront oppression and authoritarian rule during the 20th century. Features production information, using the video in the classroom, TV listings, and ordering information.
Aims to "popularise and promote the power of nonviolence" through a quarterly webzine, community forums and provision of information on how nonviolence works.