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
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
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April 22 - 26, 1994 (Friday evening, 8:30pm, to Monday afternoon, 5:00pm).
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The Gathering is open to anyone in the network organising around nonviolence,
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Please see the inserted sheet for more information about the Gathering and
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