About the Cover
The cover artwork is by Tamsin Edwards and relates to the article on page43.9.
The other original drawings are by Veronika Spendier and Tamsin.
Printing by Reprographics, Griffith University.
43.1 National Gathering
43.2 News From the Centre
43.3 Sydney Airport Blockade Anthony Kelly
43.4 Coalition for Peace & Reconciliation Update
43.5 Signs of the Times Bob Maat SJ
43.6 The Role of Nonviolence Scholars Robert J. Burrowes
43.7 Is the War Over? Robert Malecki
43.8 Moved By Love: The Memoirs of Vinoba Bhave Peter D. Jones
43.9 The Story of the Australian Nonviolence Network Peter Jones, Margaret
Pestorius and Bryan Law
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