This course covers the basic principles of building an effective, inclusive, and powerful nonviolent movement. Lectures and resources on community organizing, nonviolent strategy, analyzing power, and other essential components of effective civil resistance offer everyday people anywhere the fundamental knowledge needed to change the world. The class is compiled by Solidarity Uganda, an organization that has worked for four years in repressive contexts, training activists and organizers to achieve the impossible.
In this lecture, we introduce you to the basic idea behind the class, including an overview of what you will learn. You will come to know who made the class and why they made it.
This Udemy course is brought to you by Solidarity Uganda, an organization based in East Africa which trains everyday people in the theory and practice of nonviolent strategy and building people power movements to engender change.
In this Powerpoint lecture, we will explore definitions and ideas of violence and nonviolence, exploring some of the misconceptions of these terms.
A review of the content in section 2.
Suzan is a nonviolence trainer, movement building consultant, and activist in Uganda. She has trained hundreds of activists, community organizers, and those who believe in being the change they want to see in the world. She is part of the Team of Directors at Solidarity Uganda, an organization based in East Africa.