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36.1 The Centre for Nonviolence The Australian Nonviolence
Network Facilitation Collective
36.2 Eight Kilometres of the Sacred Run Robert Burrowes
36.3 No Taxes to Kill Bougainvilleans Robert Burrowes
36.4 A Classic Case of Conscience Jim Rice
36.5 Women, Violence and Nonviolent Action Margaret Pestorius
36.6 Cambodian Peace on the Move Coalition for Peace &
36.7 Encouraging Peace - Not Enforcing It CPR, Nonviolence International
36.8 Kuranda Skyrail Bryan Law
36.9 Social Defense, Social Change Yeshua Moser
36.10 Housmans Peace Diary and World Peace Directory
36.11 Vision into Reality Bob Maat
Congratulations Robert Burrowes
Campaign Against Violence Project Stephen Murphy
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