How We Win Workshop – Exploring Nonviolent Resistance


Event Details


Supported by Edinburgh Peace and Justice Centre

Come explore proven approaches from social justice campaigners. 9:30am registration for 10-5pm Saturday 18th May at St. Leonard’s Land Room 3.24.

Bring and share lunch. Book: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-we-win-workshop-930-5pm-sat-18-may-st-leonards-land-eh8-8aq-tickets-60537416041?aff=efbevent&fbclid=IwAR1unCsk_bh80RSRGOruAnnu09hX2w-mdkKt9rcELUS3zt-5HmpkXxnH0dY

  • Are you angry about climate disruption, nuclear weapons or the arms trade?
  • Are you concerned about the Rights of Refugees or the rise of the far right?
  • Do you want to end zero hours contracts and the poverty of Austerity?

The this Peace news “How We Win” workshop if for you. Drawing on decades of activist experience, this is an opportunity to explore how to take effective action to create changes we want to see in the world.

Emily & Gabriel will share wisdom in “How We Win” by George Lacey. This Guide to Nonviolent Direct Action Campaigning reveals best practices for fostering cooperative, inclusive leadership and unity with diversity and explains how campaigns can become building blocks for a movement of movements that transforms an unjust society.

Emily Johns is an activist and artists with 30 years experience in the peace movement. In 1996 she was one of 10 women who helped to disarm a warplane bound for Indonesia. Gabriel Carlyle has over 20 years experience of direct action campaigns in the peace and environmental movements. In 2009 he was one of 114 activists arrested for allegedly planning to shut down a coal-fired power station at Ratcliffe-upon-Soar in Nottinghamshire.

The organisers are covering the basic expenses but invite donations of £20/£10 on the day if you can afford it. And bring along food and drink to share for lunch and mind food for the breaks!

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