New TTT dvd - Nonviolence for a Change
We've just launched our new 30 minute dvd, Nonviolence for a Change.
What is nonviolence? How do we measure effectiveness? What about democracy? Should all direct action be nonviolent? These were some of the questions posed in the video we produced in 2001, which continues to be used around the world.
Our new dvd is a revision of the 2001 video, updated with new material and comparing the issues now with 10 years ago. It features the same activists as before, asking them what has changed. There are contributions from Green MP, Caroline Lucas, Tony Benn and Director of Liberty, Shami Chakrabarti and music from Seize the Day. Plus some bonus clips at the end.
Great for group discussions and workshops.Click here for a preview.
DVD available from: Quaker Centre, Friends House, Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ.
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If you plan to use the film for a group discussion, click here for D-I-Y Guide to Screening the Film. We also suggest reading this personal testimony of how one person adapted the D-I-Y Guide to suit her particular audience.
Comments about the revised dvd:
This is a well made film, ideal for provoking discussion in the classroom or for folk who are new to protest. - Peace News
This DVD is an excellent tool in the debate which needs to take place ... throughout our movement. It certainly deserves to be very widely viewed. - The Friend
Comments on the 2001 video:
This is a very remarkable film that should be shown in all schools and form the basis of discussons wherever people meet to talk about our future. - Tony Benn
A beautifully made and inspiring video. - George Monbiot
To view the D-I-Y Guide to Screening the Film you will need a copy of Adobe® Reader®. If you don't have a copy or if you have an old copy which you would like to update, go to the Adobe website where you can download it for free.