Extinction Rebellion: Does Non-Violent Resistance Work?

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Published on October 10, 2019 - Duration: 02:22s

Extinction Rebellion: Does Non-Violent Resistance Work?

As environmental protest group Extinction Rebellion shuts down parts of London for a second time in a year, we look at the history of nonviolent resistance as a form of protest.

From Mahatma Gandhi to Nelson Mandela, focusing on dialogue and communication has led many social and political movements forward throughout history, with some research showing that non-violent movements are more successful at changing the world around them over time than violent movements.


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