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Propaganda, Terrorism and Security

This working group aims to provide a valuable educational forum through presentations and articles, and engage policy leaders and the larger public.

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Nonviolence and Civil Society

It was an obvious question for a civil resistance workshop, but still unnerving. “What would happen if Donald Trump took the White House and tried to invade Canada?”

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Ocean Frontiers

Exploring questions like how is the deep seabed as a new resource frontier being commercialised and exploited in synergy with the environment?

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January 8

Nonviolent Action in a Dangerous Age

Why should we in the Western liberal democracies be interested in nonviolent action? Sure, if you want to participate in anti-globalization protests, block pipeline construction, vent against the one percent, or support indigenous demonstrations or Black Lives Matter you’d be interested, But what about the rest of us?

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December 11

Activism and the Politics of the Possible

Activism is a serious business when we contemplate the future. But it is not the whole story. Anyone involved in campaigns will talk about the frustrations and difficulties, but also the rewards. They include camaraderie, a strong sense of purpose, the elation of nonviolent protests and demonstrations, and, to be frank, the parties. The pursuit of the politics of the possible is serious, but that’s not to say it can’t be fun.

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May 30

The How to Save the World in a Hurry

The How to Save the World in a Hurry conference met at University College on 30-31 May 2018.

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