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  • Academic Freedom Post-9/11

    2 pages


    This text is a short guide of the ways and history of teaching under academic scrutiny by a national government. Beshara Doumani writes a cautionary article regarding academic freedom in the United States. The post-9/11 era sparked fear and worry across schools. In telling readers to "be careful" Doumani invites scholars to carefully think about how to address academic progress. Her thoughts juxtapose academic freedom with principles of war and peace.


  • Another Way: Non-violence as a Mentality and Strategy in Palestine

    27 pages


    Discussion of nonviolent resistance in Palestine


  • Fighting the New Apartheid: A Guide to Campus Divestment from Israel

    34 pages


    Guide to organizing a campus campaign to divest from Israel


  • From Theory to Practice: Upholding International Humanitarian Law in the Occupied Palestinian Territories

    14 pages


    Organizing records of a legal seminar on international humanitarian law in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, including invitation emails, schedules, and participant introductions. This four-day event gathered international humanitarian law experts, human rights practitioners, and Palestinian civil society representation in the OPT. The seminar is a follow up to the 1988 legal conference to create change to the fundamental legal framework. This comes 15 years later with a changed situation in the West Bank that accompanies settlement expansion and construction of the Annexation Wall. Speakers include William Shabas, Jonathan Kuttab, Raja Shehadeh, and Jamel Juma.

    Lesson Plan and Outline

  • Nonviolence as a Legitimate Means toward Peace in Palestine

    8 pages


    Mubarak Awad defines nonviolence, along with its basic principles and practices, using Palestine as a case study. This piece acknowledges the provocative nature of nonviolent tactics. This text provides seven principles of nonviolence including the educational process of lifelong nonviolence, its practical application, the symbolic forms, non-cooperation as a necessity, contact with peace-seeking opposition, and the use of nonviolent intervention. The paper also includes potential "what ifs" and a look ahead.

  • Nonviolence Training Project: Trainers' Resource Manual

    209 pages


    Comprehensive training manual for trainers in conflict transformation. Contains exercises.


  • Struggle Dialogue: Tools for Land Movements in India

    23 pages


    This paper is written for individuals and organizations interested in social change geared towards redistributing land and enhancing rural livelihoods for poor people, [through the framework of struggle and dialogue].