About the Cover
The cover artwork is by Tamsin Edwards and relates to the article on page17.
The other original drawings are by Veronika Spendier and Tamsin.
Printing by Inkwell Press, 399 Honor Ave, Graceville 4075.
40.1 Western Australia Forest Blockades Patsy Molloy
40.2 Can They Save Albert Park? Robert J. Burrowes
40.3 Kuranda Skyrail Protest Margaret Pestorius
40.4 Network Facilitation Collective Jo Barter
40.5 War Resisters' International Visitor Peter D. Jones
40.6 Walking for Peace and Reconciliation in Cambodia Liz Bernstein
40.7 Neville Watson in Bosnia Neville Watson
40.8 What Would A Culture of Nonviolence Look Like? Mary Heath
40.9 Minimising the Risk of Police Violence Robert J. Burrowes
40.10 Feelings and Action Margaret Pestorius
40.11 Nonviolent Martial Arts George Eaton
News & Letters
40.12 Adoption Requests International Fellowship of Reconciliation
40.13 ANN Phone Link-up - 5 May '94
40.14 Bulletin James Langley
40.15 At Ease! Anthony Kelly
40.16 Great Job Mary Heath
40.17 Starlifter Protest Catholic Worker
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Birthday greetings to Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, born 2nd October 1869, in
Porbandar, India. A pioneer of nonviolent action, freedom fighter,
revolutionary, jail-bird and friend of the poor.
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ANN Radio Presenter's Tape
James Langley's Vol. 1 15 June '94
Thanks to 2Bob Taree
* Jenny Sheed court story
* Community based whale support organization ORRCA
* Ciaron O'Reilly's analysis of Korean history and conflict
* Gains of the women's movement with Zelda D'Apreno