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Practitioner Training Spring 2019: Campaigning for Nonviolent Change
March 11 @ 12:30 pm - March 15 @ 1:00 pm
Participants are able to
- facilitate the planning process of a nonviolent campaign in their own contexts
- select creative forms of actions for successful and sustainable campaigns
Successful nonviolent movements are not just reacting on their opponents, but use operational planning and develop campaigns to put their activists on the offensive.
The training will focus on the planning process for a nonviolent campaign: How to pick the right campaign and formulate demands? How can we plan and then handle dynamics of political campaigning? Can we find consensus for “nonviolent discipline”, and how to make everyone do the right thing at the right time? How to develop creative actions and create strong images? How should we communicate with authorities and opponents, and lead negotiations? How do we ensure sustainable change after the campaign is over?
The training is for activists, organisers and leaders as well as peacebuilders and trainers involved in nonviolent movements, who want to plan and coordinate successful nonviolent campaigns
and/or facilitate others to do so.
Trainers: Mai Ali, Thimna Bunte, Julia Kramer
Date: 11–15 March 2019
MAI ALI is a trainer for nonviolence and digital security, a human rights defender and computer engineer. Originally from Omdurman, Sudan, she is currently living in Berlin. She is active for just peace and human rights in Sudan as well as for refugee rights in Germany and Europe.
THIMNA BUNTE is a former civil peace worker for KURVE Wustrow in Palestine. She accompanies, advises and trains actors and initiatives of nonviolent resistance and conflict transformation.
JULIA KRAMER is a trainer and advisor on nonviolent conflict transformation at KURVE Wustrow. Her expertise includes project and security management, campaigning and human rights.