About the Cover

The cover artwork is by Veronika Spendier, and relates to the article

Fermented Fish on page16.

Printing by Inkwell Press, 36 Industrial Ave, Wacol 4076.



37.1 Kuranda Sky-Rail: Locals in Training for NvDA Bryan Law

37.2 Invasion Day the Way it Should Have Been Bernadette McCartney


37.3 Creating a Network of Support Margaret Pestorius

with Gavan Thomson

and Glen Alderson

37.4 Melbourne Women's Group Anita McKone

Police Liaison

37.5 Activists Meet Police in Canada Carol Grant

37.6 Nonviolent Activism and Police Robert J Burrowes


37.7 Lecturing the Military on Nonviolent Defence Robert J Burrowes

37.8 Report on the Strategy Education Experiment Mark Cerin


37.9 Fermented Fish: Women Stirring up the Pot Liz Bernstein


37.10 Women and Violence Lisa Semenoff

37.10 Euro-Walk 1995 Rosanne Mitchell



Consider coming to the Annual Gathering of the Australian Nonviolence Network

at Commonground, Seymour (near Melbourne) Victoria. The meeting goes from

April 22 - 26, 1994 (Friday evening, 8:30pm, to Monday afternoon, 5:00pm).

Cost: $15 per day. Interstate participants are not expected to pay.

The Gathering is open to anyone in the network organising around nonviolence,

or keen to become active in organising.

Please see the inserted sheet for more information about the Gathering and

fill out the facilitated questionnaire, because we'd love your ideas on the



Centre for Nonviolence

is at Commonground, PO Box 474, Seymour, Victoria 3661. Phone (057) 938257.

Enquiries are very welcome.

International Journal of Nonviolence

is a 100-page-plus twice-yearly scholarly journal in which theorists and

activists discuss nonviolence. Each issue focuses on one central theme but

includes a variety of material. This includes theoretical articles, analyses

of nonviolent struggles, book reviews and thesis abstracts. International

Journal of Nonviolence is edited by Paul Hubers and published by Nonviolence

International in conjunction with the Peace and Conflict Studies Program in

the School of International Service at American University. The address of

Nonviolence International (the distributor) is P.O. Box 39127, Friendship

Station NW, Washington D.C. 20016, USA. An annual subscription (two issues)

costs $US10 (student/low income); $US15 (individual) or $US25 (organisation).

Overseas subscriptions cost an additional $US5 surface mail or $US8 airmail.

Editorial Collective

We hope Nonviolence Today will promote nonviolence in a broad sense. It is

strictly nonprofit and all editors donate their time and use of personal

resources. The editors for this issue were Jan, Janelle, Jerry and David.

We hope you will continue to support our efforts to promote the understanding

and practice of nonviolence.

Thanks to our Supporting Subscribers

Brian Martin Wollongong, NSW

Jan De Voogd Sydney, NSW

Janet Mayer Foxground, NSW

Mark Hayes Lismore, NSW

Wilderness Society Newcastle, NSW

Cameron Edwards Sydney, NSW

Paul Whyte Sydney, NSW

Robin Arnold Melbourne, VIC


Cooperative Seymour, VIC

Thomas Weber Healesville, VIC

Michael Oldmeadow Rosanna, VIC

Kevin Thomasson Herberton, QLD

John Hillcoat Brisbane, QLD

Greg Ogle Thebarton, SA

Chiaki Mikuni Kanazawa, Japan

Maniacal Subscribers

Gynevra Cerridwin Sydney, NSW.

Greg Bird Sydney, NSW.

Francoise Matter &

Hugh Paterson Sydney, NSW

David Keenan Brisbane, QLD.

Jo Vallentine Perth, WA.

Neville Watson Perth, WA.

Yumiko Kanebako Yokahama, Japan.



Devi Prasad

Babu Mathew

Gandhi Marg

Narayan Desai

Sarvodayya Friendship Centre


Mubarak Awad

Sri Lanka

Nonviolent Direct Action Group


Barrie Halcrow, Australia

Alan Cumming, New Zealand

adopted by Jo Vallentine

Fremantle Environment Ctr, Australia

adopted by Patsy Molloy

Quaker Peace and Service, Sri Lanka

adopted by Jan De Voogd

Women Living Under Muslim Laws, Pakistan

Madlaine Regenvanu, Vanuatu

adopted by the Nv Facilitation Collective

Anyone can write to NvT and make a case for adoption.