About The Journal
We Are About
Vol. XVII, No.2
Wishing you a very fine New Year. The world
continues to go through many shifts producing a great many developments
areas of our concern. We welcome your thoughts about all that is in
These pages serve as a networking and dialoguing
vehicle between annual meetings. We strongly encourage you to
contribute articles (up to 1000 words), news, announcements, comments,
queries, responses and art work. It would be very fine if we could
develop ongoing discussion from issue to issue. We especially
invite you to send us a brief
note about what you are doing, your concerns and queries, relating to
nonviolent change, for our "What We Are About" section.
Whenever possible, please make submissions on
disk or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
writings and art work for Nonviolent Change Journal to Steve
Sachs. Steve puts together a draft of each issue and sends it to
Marliee Niehoff and Bob Hotes for Editing. Steve
then undertakes e-mailing, printing and snail mailing, and Darling
for internet use and posts the issue on the web (unsigned writings are
We are looking for someone who may be able to
format our issues in a better way and who might handle our e-mailing
(and possibly printing and posting as well). We would welcome their
joining in the editing and writing. We welcome additional editors and
column writers to cover
geographic or topic areas on an ongoing or one time basis.
any other Research/Action
Team Business can be directed to any of the cochairs or to other
of the Coordinating Committee: Don Cole, Organization Development
11234 Walnut Ridge Rd., Chesterland, OH 44026 (440)729-7419,
DonWCole@aol.com, who is coordinating networking among organizations;
Tom Strait, (3634 S. Dixie Hwy., Franklin, OH 45005
(513)422-7107), researching computer networking.
FOR NEXT ISSUE IS March 8, 2003
NONVIOLENT CHANGE IS NOW AVAILABLE VIA E-MAIL
We are now able to
send you Nonviolent Change Journal via e-mail, and would prefer to
shift as much of our readership as possible from printed to e-mail
subscription or to view the journal on its website. This will help us
cut costs while
maintaining what we hope will be improved quality. In addition, doing
will reduce our work load and be kind to the environment. If you would
to switch from a printed to an e-mail subscription, or would like to
subscribing via e-mail, let Steve Sachs know at email@example.com.
may be that after one more year we will only publish via the internet.
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its publisher, Organization Development Institute, or any of its staff.
©2002, 2003, 2004,2005. All rights reserve. The Nonviolent
Change Journal is published by the Research/ActionTeam on
Nonviolent Large Systems Change - an interorganizational and
international project of The Organization Development Institute.
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