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In most places around the globe, violence has stopped making sense In most places around the globe, violence has stopped making sense Are we living through the least violent moment in human history? Has there ever been an age, during the past 10,000 years, with fewer wars or mass killings or chances of being murdered? The answer seems, to me, almost self-evident. There are terrible wars today, but they are extremely scarce, not very intense and do not affect the lives of many people.
Carrotmob Carrotmob is a nonprofit organization based in San Francisco, California.[1] It uses buycotts (a form of consumer activism where a community buys a lot of goods from one company in a small time period) to reward a business's commitment to making socially responsible changes to the business. Carrotmob also refers to a global movement[2] of community organizers who use the Carrotmob tactic of consumer activism as a way to help change businesses in their communities.[3] In a Carrotmob buycott, businesses compete to be the most socially responsible business, and then a network of consumers spends money to support the winner. History[edit] Carrotmob
Buycott An anti-boycott or buycott is the excess buying of a particular brand or product in an attempt to counter a boycott of the same brand or product. It is also sometimes, incorrectly referred to as a "counter-boycott" (which, by the definition of "counter" would actually be the boycotting of another product/brand in response to a boycott). The usual reason for an anti-boycott is to prevent a company or entity from backing down on the decision that initially caused the boycott. Some examples of recent anti-boycotts include: The "Buy Danish" campaign, set up to counter the boycott of Danish goods by the Middle EastThe anti-boycotts by supporters of Israel[1][2] to oppose Boycott Israel campaigns.[3][4]When Whole Foods Market was boycotted because the CEO opposed U.S. Buycott
Un nouvel art de militer

Un nouvel art de militer
Peace Innovation @ Stanford University Welcome to Peace Innovation at Stanford University Our Peace Dot page has three goals: #1. Tell you about Peace Dot #2. Invite you to create your own Peace Dot page #3. Help you learn more about peace innovation Peace Innovation @ Stanford University
T.A.Z.: The Temporary Autonomous Zone, Ontological Anarchy, Poetic Terrorism is a book by anarchist writer Hakim Bey published in 1991 by Autonomedia. It is composed of three sections, "Chaos: The Broadsheets of Ontological Anarchism," "Communiques of the Association for Ontological Anarchy," and "The Temporary Autonomous Zone." Themes[edit] Temporary Autonomous Zone Temporary Autonomous Zone
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CIRCA - The Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army
Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. La CIRCA (Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army ou en français Armée de clowns clandestine insurgée et rebelle) est une organisation britannique altermondialiste. Alliance de « fous et de rebelles, radicaux et racailles, escrocs et traîtres ». Histoire[modifier | modifier le code] Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army
Stripping Down for Alter-Globalization - European Social Forum Protest Stripping Down for Alter-Globalization - European Social Forum Protest Now this is what a real naked protest looks like: no clothes. Well, almost. You have to count out one pair of socks, but it’s much more worthy of the title than those half-arsed efforts with undies-wearing anti-KFC impostors. I mean, if you’re gonna do it, do it right and go all for it! So what’s all the fuss about?
Here at Naked Protesters we are really troubled by the power implications of this story — I did not realize that we still live in a world that lets bishops demand (and get) criminal charges for mocking the pope: Carnegie Mellon University’s review of two students’ public nudity at an on-campus parade last month came to this conclusion Friday by the university president: Students have the right to express controversial views, but not to break the law.In a letter sent to the university community, President Jared L. Cohon wrote that campus police had filed misdemeanor charges for indecent exposure against two students, identified in court records as Katherine B. O’Connor, 19, and Robb S. Godshaw, 22. Naked Protesters & Nude Activists Naked Protesters & Nude Activists
La liberté de la fesse
PETA has been leading the “naked” protesting” trend in a series of nonviolent (and eye-pleasing) protests involving hot women and men getting naked to draw public attention to pressing issues of animal cruelty—bull fighting, live export, and factory farming. Their most recent campaign targets the poultry giant KFC, which retails an estimated 736 million chickens annually (NYT). PETA has been successful in the past, raising awareness about the unethical treatment of cattle by McDonalds and Burger King chains. The KFC boycott targets the enormous factory farming operation required to produce and process 1,400 ‘CPM’ (chickens per minute). Animals are tightly caged, fed a host of hormones and antibiotics to deal with the rampant disease in such enclosed environments, and then machine-slaughtered. The latest protest this summer in Sydney resulted in the arrest of three caged women holding signs reading “Chicks Agree: Boycott KFC.” Naked Protesting - Hot 'Chicks' Battle KFC in Australia Naked Protesting - Hot 'Chicks' Battle KFC in Australia
Linking Peacebuilders: Key Network Organizations in the Field Dear Colleagues As the conflict resolution and peacebuilding field has grown an increasing number of organizations and associations have been formed to help share information, exchange best practice, work on conflict advocacy, etc. Some organizations are more practitioner focused and concentrate more on organizations, while others are more for individuals and possibly more academic and research focused (and a number combine both approaches). Linking Peacebuilders: Key Network Organizations in the Field
If you haven’t noticed, here at the Peace and Collaborative Development Network, we are committed to providing a platform where interested people can connect with each other, share information, and find useful tools for their goals. However, we are obviously not alone. We believe that more networking means more opportunities. In this guide you will find other social networking sites devoted to promoting peace or social justice in one way or another. Some are very specific and some are much more general. Guide to Peace, Development, Human Rights and Related Networking Sites
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Official Home of the Free Hugs Campaign - Inspired by Juan Mann - Home

How it all started: I'd been living in London when my world turned upside down and I'd had to come home. By the time my plane landed back in Sydney, all I had left was a carry on bag full of clothes and a world of troubles. No one to welcome me back, no place to call home.
Juan Mann, who started the Free Hugs movement, seen at Pitt Street Mall, Sydney, Australia, 2006 Over 300 medical students, gave more than 30,000 free hugs in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, at Corpus Christi mass on May 30th, 2013 promoted by SEAS DOM 'FREE HUGS' well received in Chile. Free Hugs Campaign
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Le courage de s'exprimer‬‏
GWENDAL ET JEAN
Gloup Gloup !
Noël Godin Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Godin. Noël Godin, surnommé Georges Le Gloupier - en référence à un personnage imaginaire et multiface créé par Jean-Pierre Bouyxou[1] - ou l'Entarteur, né à Liège le , est un agitateur anarcho-humoristique belge. Il s'est rendu célèbre pour ses jets de tarte à la crème, ou « entartages », sur de nombreuses personnalités de différentes nationalités. Lorsqu'il a reçu le Grand Prix de l'humour noir en 1995[2] et le Prix de la dent dure en 1996, il s'est entarté lui-même. Parcours[modifier | modifier le code]