New Tactics in Human Rights: A Resource for Practitioners

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Center for Victims of Torture, 2004 - Human rights - 191 pages
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This 200-page book includes 100 inspiring stories from around the world that focus on HOW innovative practitioners are advancing human rights. Learn how:?Peace Brigades International protects endangered human rights activists using unarmed volunteer ?body guards?;?30 million people in Turkey were inspired to participate in a massive campaign against government corruption;?The Documentation Center of Cambodia promotes healing for genocide survivors by tracing the fates of disappeared loved ones; and?Nigdy Wiecej in Poland has created a network of volunteer correspondents to document incidents of neo-fascist violence around the country.In addition to these case studies, the book also includes an introduction to tactical and strategic thinking for human rights practitioners and a series of practical worksheets to help organizations determine which tactics and strategies will work best for them.

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