an interorganizational project of the Organization Development Institute
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Vol. XIX, No.2 Winter, 2005
Nonviolent Change Journal helps to network the peace community: providing dialoguing, exchanges of ideas, articles, reviews, reports and announcements of the activities of peace related groups and meetings, reviews of world developments relating to nonviolent change and resource information concerning the development of human relations on the basis of mutual respect.
Wishing you a fine New Year. The world
continues to go through many shifts producing a great many developments
in areas of our concern. Beginning
with this issue, the winter
issue will focus on articles and commentary, and will not carry the
compilation of news and notes of the spring and fall issues .
WE WELCOME YOUR THOUGHTS ABOUT ALL THAT IS
pages serve as a networking and dialoguing vehicle between annual
meetings. We strongly encourage you to contribute articles (up to 1500
words), news, announcements, comments, queries, responses and art work.
It would be very fine if we could develop ongoing discussion from issue
We especially invite you to send us a brief note about what you are doing, your concerns and queries that relate to nonviolent change for our "What We Are About" section. Whenever possible, please make submissions on disk or via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
send writing and art work for Nonviolent
Change Journal to Steve Sachs. Steve puts
together a draft of each issue and sends it
Marliee Niehoff and Bob Hotes for editing. Steve then undertakes
e-mailing, printing and snail mailing, and posts the issue on the web
(unsigned writings are Steve's).
We welcome additional editors and column writers to cover geographic or topic areas on an ongoing or one time basis.
Communicating about any other Research/Action Team Business can be directed to any of the cochairs or to other members of the Coordinating Committee:
Don Cole coordinates networking among organizations.
His address is:
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