History of Nonviolence – Counterpower

We mention a few sources of case studies for nonviolent action and lo and behold we’re told about another.

Tim Gee, author and activist (and reader of our blog – thanks Tim) has written Counterpower: Making Change Happen, in which he covers case studies of successful movements from India’s Independence Movement to the Arab Spring.

Tim’s going on tour to talk about the book:

  • 8-9 October, Rebellious Media Conference Central London
  • 10 October, Big Green Bookshop, Haringey, 1 Brampton Park Road, Wood Green, London
  • 15 October, Brighton, Peace and Environment Centre 1pm
  • 16 October, Quaker Meeting House, Hastings, time TBC
  • 20 October, London, Stoke Newington Bookshop Stoke Newington High Street, N16 ONY. £3 (includes a glass of wine)
  • 22 October, Queen Mary’s University of London, 4pm. Tim Gee speaks as part of the annual Anarchist Bookfair
  • 23 October, Celebrate Resistance – the Counterpower Book Launch party!
  • 26 October, London Housmans Bookshop, Caledonian Road, N1 9DX £3 (Redeemable against any purchase)
  • 29 October, CAAT Conference Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London
  • 30 October, Edinburgh, Radical Bookfair Out of the Blue Drill Hall, Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh, EH6 8RG. The annual gathering of radical readers returns. The Scottish Launch of New Internationalist’s new book Counterpower: Making Change Happen by Tim Gee will take place in the afternoon of 30 October
  • 31 October, University Chaplaincy, Potterow, Edinburgh University, 7pm-9pm
  • 12-13 November, Shared Planet Oxford Town Hall
  • 16 November, Working Class Movement Library Salford, 2pm
  • 21 November, Leeds University Activism and Social Change MA, time TBC
  • 22 November, Bradford University, Peace Studies Lecture, 2pm
  • 24 November, Chapel Allerton Library/Radish Bookshop, Leeds, 7pm
  • 26 November, Leeds Summat Leeds University Union, 11am – 5pm
  • 29 November, People’s Bookshop, Durham, 7pm
  • 30 November, News from Nowhere, Liverpool, 7pm
  • 4 December, St Albans Quaker Meeting House, 12 noon
  • 5 December, Pogo Café, Hackney, London
  • 7 December, Westminster Quaker Meeting House, 7pm
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