About the Cover
The cover artwork is by Tamsin Edwards and relates to the article on page12.
The other original drawings are by Veronika Spendier and Tamsin.
Printing by Reprographics, Griffith University.
41.1 Responding with Words not Whips Varaporn Chamsanit
41.2 Blue Stocking Women Fahrunnisa Ekren
41.3 Walk Across Europe Pol D'Huyvetter
41.4 European Peacemaking David Hartsough
41.5 Women Leading the Way Rebecca Spence
41.6 Police Deals and Threats: How Should Nonviolent Activists Respond?
41.7 Nonviolence as a Discursive Struggle Roland Bleiker
41.8 Bilbo on Adventure, Networking Margaret Pestorius
41.9 Time to Debate ANN's Principles! Glen Ochre and Robert Burrowes
41.10 Network Facilitation Jo Barter
41.11 NFC Update Jo Barter
41.12 ANN Phone Link-up Jack Lomax
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