Created by Sarah and Jonathan Nahar
Sunday, June 6, 2021

Episode 6

Eager peace and justice groups may rush to call a street protest or a boycott before thinking through the rationale for choosing a tactic. Choosing the right nonviolent direct action tactics for each phase of a campaign is critical for meeting objectives. The choice of tactics can also set the stage for negotiations and peace processes to be effective.

The three broad categories of tactics include:

Tactics that say something, 

Tactics that do something,

And tactics that refrain from doing something.

 

 

 

 

https://www.mennonitemission.net/resources/peace/stir-up-peace/Tactics-for-nonviolent-direct-action



 

 

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