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Blog Tag: nonviolence

In Ecuador, “Peoples Power” Works

Ecuador has a history of mobilization for social change. Social movements in Ecuador have influenced governmental regimes, policies and social norms. These movements have been mostly nonviolent, unlike others in Latin America. Although many critics

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Exploring Ecuadorian Popular Social Movements & Intersections of Nonviolent Tactics

This research explores how the tactics of nonviolence are used differently depending on their origin within a singular campaign or social movement in Ecuador.  In doing so, this writing analyzes the origin and reasoning behind

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Can we Measure Reconciliation?

Measuring reconciliation provides a challenge for the field because it is both a process and an outcome with a multitude of definitions attached. While there are many logistics and loopholes that need to be addressed

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Religion and the Existence of Multiple Truths

Religion is a powerful phenomenon – it carries the potential to construct peace, unify communities, fuel allegiance and hatred of the other, and, most mysteriously, allows for a glimpse of the beauty in our universe.

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A Reflection: Justice, Reconciliation, Coexistence, and Peace

Justice, reconciliation, coexistence, and peace are concepts that often coincide, thus it is important for practitioners and academics to gain further understanding of their relationships and operation. Reconciliation can be understood as a journey that

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Exploring Identity in Nonviolent Movements: A Comparative Analysis of Colombia and South America

Most often culture and cultural differences are analyzed as sources of conflict, as opposed to a resource to be utilized in conflict resolution and reconciliation. Historically culture has been defined as a concrete set of

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