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About Bryan Farrell

Bryan Farrell is an editor at Waging Nonviolence, where he writes about environment, climate change and people power. His work has also appeared in The Guardian, The Nation, Mother Jones, Slate, Grist and Earth Island Journal. Follow him on Twitter @bryanwith2eyes.

Articles by Bryan Farrell

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Francesc Badia i Dalmases is Editor and Director of democraciaAbierta.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

After inspiring fossil fuel divestment, will South Africa's own campaign succeed?

South Africa’s carbon emissions rank among the worst in the world. So why is there debate about a fossil fuel divestment movement which may be close to a transformative victory?

The greatest coping strategy is helping others: a conversation with Liberian activist B. Abel Learwellie

You can’t ambush a virus with a bullet. A former child soldier speaks out on Ebola in Liberia.

Five movies that show the power of nonviolent resistance during World War II

Hardly a year goes by without at least one new Hollywood film about the Nazis and World War II. But these offerings rarely feature the many Germans who resisted Hitler using nonviolence.

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